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Boxing for Kids: Building Skills for Life

Unleash Your Child's Potential: Inside Our Kids' Boxing Program

Dynamic Boxing Curriculum for Young Champions

At Le Ring, we believe in nurturing young minds and bodies through the disciplined art of boxing. Our kids’ boxing program is designed to be age-appropriate, ensuring that children of all ages can safely and enjoyably learn the fundamentals of boxing. We focus on creating a supportive and fun environment where kids can thrive both physically and mentally.

For younger children, the focus is on basic boxing stances, simple footwork, and fundamental punches, all taught through engaging and playful methods. As they progress, older kids are introduced to more complex techniques, including defensive maneuvers and combination punches, with an emphasis on skill development and technique refinement.

Outline of a Typical Class Structure

Classes begin with a fun and energetic warm-up to prepare the body and mind for the session.

The core of the class focuses on teaching boxing skills. This includes practicing punches, footwork, and combinations. 

Alongside boxing techniques, we incorporate exercises to improve overall fitness, strength, and agility, which are crucial for young athletes.

Each session ends with a cool-down and group reflection, encouraging kids to express their feelings, enhancing communication skills.

1 Lesson

First Punch

$24.99

8 Lessons

Skill development

$249.99

16 Lessons

Young champion

$479.99

Discipline & Focus

Boxing instills a sense of discipline and enhances concentration, which is particularly beneficial for children with ADHD, helping them to improve focus and self-control.

Physical conditioning

Engaging in boxing boosts overall fitness and health, offering a structured physical outlet for children to channel their energy positively.

Hand-eye coordination

Boxing instills a sense of discipline and enhances concentration, which is particularly beneficial for children with ADHD, helping them to improve focus and self-control.

Reduced screen time

Boxing encourages active play and reduces dependency on electronic devices, providing a healthy, physical activity that engages children in a more interactive way.

Enhanced Concentration and Self-Control

For kids with ADHD, boxing provides a focused environment where they can learn to manage their impulses and improve their attention span.

Boost in Confidence & Self-Esteem

Mastering new skills and overcoming challenges in boxing can significantly elevate a child’s confidence, enhancing their self-esteem and a providing sense of accomplishment.