Boxing 101 New Zealand’s Purpose and Goals

The purpose of the program is to introduce and teach participants who know nothing about boxing how to do the sport and prepare them for their first fight in just 16 weeks.

Having a boxing fight is part of the learning experience – when you compete you learn the skills and techniques of a sport none competitors will never. You have the incentive to properly condition yourself and the coach will invest their time and energy into you.

Competitors have the power to positively influence those around them to take action with their health and fitness training.

That is what www.Boxing101.nz teaching systems is designed to achieve – using boxing as a vehicle.

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Program benefits
– Improved self esteem and confidence
– Participants become a part of something positive and build relationships within a sports program
– Motivation and influence from the boxing fight experience has the power to change people
– Scouts potential athletes in the community and offers opportunities
– Is a physical education course that teaches participants about boxing and gym exercise programs
– Inspires the participants friends and family when they spectate at the fight night

After the program participants are set up for success with the skills, knowledge and experiences necessary to forward their sport, recreational activities, health and fitness in the long term.

Once the right skills and knowledge is attained you are able to take control of your health and fitness. There is less confusion and frustration.

16 people trained for 16 weeks with www.Boxing101.nz and all had their first beginner fight on July 14 in the programs first fight night.

Not a single injury.

Why Boxing?

  • Best sport for a beginner to set the foundation and starting point for learning martial arts.
  • Appeals to those who both want to fight or just exercise.
  • Very safe at a beginner / amateur competition level - you are far more likely to be injured playing rugby.
  • All ages and abilities, weight categories make it all-inclusive.
  • Unisex - increases in female participation in recent years thanks to boxing's stigma of 'a brutal sport' being proven wrong with its positive effects on health and fitness becoming well documented.
  • Indoors exercise alternative - after a hard days work and despite weather conditions people are not required to head out onto a field.
  • Can be done anywhere - with just a boxing bag, sparring friends or hold pads for each other, do it with a personal trainer etc. etc.
  • Affordable! Requires only $20 hand wraps and $110 leather boxing gloves.
  • An alternative to conventional commercial gym environments covered in ridiculous gym machines, bodybuilding supplements, pretentious people etc. etc.
  • Internationally recognized Olympic sport with many career opportunities.
  • Like most sports it is an interactive social activity that connects people on the same self-improvement path.

Teaching Content

Boxing101.nz/Articles
Instagram.com/Boxing101NZ
YouTube.com/Boxing101NZ

The articles page very clearly lists exercise guides for building gym programs and learning gym exercise techniques.

The gym exercise program supplements the boxing training and is taught step by step to participants on how to use the free weights equipment to create balanced, full body workout routines.

The gym workouts are simple yet effective. A simple exercise programming system that is easy to learn and practical for combining with sport and recreation.

Screenshots from my tutorials and demonstrations

dumbbell row exercise
core abdominal training exercise
Bench Press Gym Exercise
deadlift exercise weightlifting
squat exercise for fitness

Why will Boxing101.nz succeed?

There is a demand for Boxing101.nz teaching program and the opportunities offered through it

Martial arts sports and mixed martial arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport today and boxing is the single best gateway martial art sport.

Beginner fight nights can safely be created with boxing and everyone uses boxing to build their competition experiences in the early stages.

#Boxing101NZ understands

  • How to connect with the community online and offline.
  • How to create content and present it in an easy to understand way.
  • How both boxing and gym exercise programs should be taught step by step.
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Final Words

When I started boxing back in 2005 there were no structured programs within sports clubs / gyms – no curriculum or development program in place for learning the sport nor any info on how to use the gym. 

YouTube did not exist back then either so self-learning was difficult…

My goal was to change that – everything I wish I learnt in my first year of training I put into this 16 week program.

The program is clearly outlined and archived posts and videos of the program are made public and easily accessible so participants know exactly what to expect.

Dayne Williams

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