It’s no secret that nearly every professional or sports amateur club today implements boxing as part of their fitness preparation. It’s been rated Number 1 out of all sports reviewed internationally as the most physically demanding on its participants. Each sport was judged on a scale from 1 to 10 over ten categories:

The ability to produce force.

The ability to continue to perform a skill or action for long periods of time.

The ability to produce strength in the shortest possible time.

The ability to move quickly.

The ability to change direction quickly.

The ability to stretch the joints across a large range of motion.

The ability to withstand physical punishment over a long period of time.

The ability to overcome fear.

Hand-eye coordination
The ability to react quickly to sensory perception.

Analytic aptitude
The ability to evaluate and react appropriately to strategic situations.

BOXR works with suburban soccer clubs, tennis professionals through to elite ultra marathon runners and
footballers. Our sessions can be designed to accommodate any code of sport or sporting endeavor.

In order, these are the 10 highest rated physically demanding sports:

01 boxing

02 ice hockey

03 afl football

04 basketball

05 wrestling

06 tennis

07 gymnastics

08 nrl football

09 soccer

10 swimming

* Source: Australian Sports Foundation 2010

Every athlete is gifted with their own core skill sets, but we can sharpen any aspect their sport demands through boxing. If it’s one-on-one training you need or periodised programs over a pre-season, we can help you plan a more specific formula for your field of sport.