– Improved physical fitness. Regular boxing workouts can provide an excellent full body workout, increasing strength, agility, coordination, endurance, and cardiovascular health.
– Low start up costs. With just some gym equipment and a few punch bags needed to get started, the cost of starting up a boxing club is relatively low.
– Social interaction. Boxing provides a great opportunity for members to bond, encourage each other and build relationships with their peers in a welcoming social environment.
– Safety concerns. With physical contact being such an integral part of the sport, there is always the risk of injury.
– Expensive equipment can be needed. While the start up cost is relatively low, to maintain a boxing club you will need access to more expensive equipment such as mats, gloves and protective headgear.
– High risk of burnout. When participants engage in high intensity boxing workouts on a regular basis there is a higher risk of burnout due to physical and mental exhaustion.