Box HIIT

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Box HIIT

Box and sweat in a private cardio class, streamed over two-way video.

You want to:

Feel strong and fit, release stress, burn some calories

Overview

The rundown

This will be fun. Get ready for speedy rounds of high intensity, calorie-burning cardio and boxing combos, spaced out with short breaks to let you catch your breath. Think uppercuts, hooks and jabs, combined with burpees, mountain climbers and squats, with a coach who will keep your going until the final bell.

Choose when and where your session takes place by two-way video and your coach will plan the rest. You don’t need any equipment, but if you do have any to hand let your trainer know so they can incorporate it into the session.

Let’s go

Living room, garden, home office or bedroom. Clear some floor space, set up your device and get set – it’s about to become your at-home gym.

Your trainer will demonstrate exercises and observe your form via two-way video call, starting with a quick warm up and stretch. They’ll run you through a boxing HIIT workout – a series of intense combinations spaced out with short breaks. It’s a method that’s designed to be intense and push you to your limits. Be ready to sweat.

Your trainer will check in with you throughout the workout – you can expect to be challenged, but the intensity’s yours to set. At the end of the session, they’ll guide you through a safe warm down and finish with some aftercare advice.

Feel free to instant message your trainer at any time before or after your session, especially if you have questions about equipment, space, or want to focus on a specific part of your body.

Roomies can join for free

Staying home with friends? They're welcome to join for free – just let your trainer know beforehand so they can prepare. Soon you’ll also be able to invite them via video link.

FAQ

Probably not for you if:

You have any recent injuries or medical conditions – check in with your doctor to make sure you’re ready to work out.

You’re pregnant and either: 1. new to regular physical activity or 2. in your first trimester – check with your health practitioner before starting a new workout plan.

You don’t have at least 3x3m of floor or garden space.

You’ve got a dodgy internet connection – you’ll need reliable wifi for a smooth and easy session.