Boxercise Class

Boxercise Instructor Training FAQs


Q: What is Boxercise?

Q: Who are the Boxercise Courses recognised by?

Q: I've done another boxing based course, can I call my classes/training Boxercise?

Q: What are the different course levels and what will I learn?

Q: Do I have to take the basic Boxercise Course before I take part in the KickBoxercise or Boxercise Boxing Personal Trainer Course?

Q: Do I need previous Boxing experience?

Q: How am I assessed?

Q: Will I be just punching the air?

Q: Is the foundation Boxercise Course good for Personal Trainers as well as class teachers?

Q: Do I need to have an Exercise to Music Qualification?

Q: How are most Boxercise Classes Structured?

Q: Who are the course instructors and what are their qualifications?

Q: How do I get insured to teach Boxercise?

Q: Can Boxercise be used to teach kids?

Q: Why is there a licence fee and how much is it?


Question: What are the different course levels and what will I learn?


The Boxercise Instructor Course is our foundation course; it teaches the attendee eight main punches, coaching techniques and how to structure a Boxercise session for a class or personal training. On completion of this, instructors can take one or more secondary courses. The Kick Boxercise course focuses on elbow, knee strikes and kicks, whilst the advanced skill course takes you and your clients to new skill levels. You may then want to progress further with your boxing skills and book onto our Speed Pads and Combinations course. The Speed Pads course teaches you a newer form of boxing training techniques using focus pads in reactive drills.

We also offer a Kids Boxercise course which provides instructors with the underpinning knowledge required to teach children whilst at the same time providing Kids Boxercise activities.


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Boxercise® - The Biggest Brand Name in Boxing Fitness

Boxercise is a registered trademark. Use of the name Boxercise to describe any fitness activity or product can only be granted by ourselves. Any instructor teaching an activity called Boxercise, or anything similar sounding, must be registered with Boxercise to do so. Breach of these trademarks will result in prosecution. Members of the public can check an instructor's right to use the name Boxercise and that they are qualified, by selecting 'Search for Instructors' in the menu. The Boxercise qualification is recognized worldwide and is regarded as the world's number one boxing fitness qualification.