What is Cardio Boxing?

Sports scientists agree that cardio-boxing is one of the best forms of exercise, because it conditions the total body and provides a complete workout for your cardiovascular and endurance systems. It is an introduction to the training concepts of boxers, that are used to hone their skills and keep fit.

Secondary Schools Slide Boxing

What are the benefits of Cardio Boxing?

Cardio Boxing is high energy and upbeat classes that involve shadow boxing, hitting and kicking pads and fitness drills.The major benefits of cardio-boxing include; increased stamina. increased strength and agility. Your students will experience, safety tips, basic boxing techniques and combinations to enhance students' coordination, balance, reflexes and aerobic fitness.

Proactivity Cardio Boxing Programs align with the Victorian Curriculum

Classes are aimed at students of all ages and fitness standards. These classes are fun, challenging and a safe workout. Our instructors are passionate about fitness and the benefits of this training will engage students and improve their skills in a safe, fun lesson.

Curriculum links and program details

Primary School


Curriculum Links

Moving the body
Perform movement sequences which link fundamental movement skills. Practise and apply movement concepts and strategies.

Understanding movement
Examine the benefits of physical activity and physical fitness to health and wellbeing. Combine the elements of effort, space, time, objects and people when performing movement sequences.

Learning through movement
Adopt inclusive practices when participating in physical activities.

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Moving the body
Practise specialised movement skills and apply them in different movement situations in indoor, outdoor and aquatic settings.

Understanding movement
Participate in physical activities designed to enhance fitness, and discuss the impact of regular participation on health and wellbeing. Manipulate and modify the elements of effort, space, time, objects and people to perform movement sequences.

Learning through movement
Participate positively in groups and teams by encouraging others and negotiating roles and responsibilities.

Secondary School

Curriculum Links

Moving the body
Use feedback to improve body control and coordination when performing specialised movement skills. Compose and perform movement sequences for specific purposes in a variety of contexts. Practise, apply and transfer movement concepts and strategies.

Understanding movement
Participate in physical activities that develop health-related and skill-related fitness components. Demonstrate and explain how the elements of effort, space, time, objects and people can enhance performance.

Learning through movement
Practise and apply personal and social skills when undertaking a range of roles in physical activities.

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Moving the body
Perform and refine specialised movement skills in challenging movement situations. Evaluate own and others’ movement compositions, and provide and apply feedback in order to enhance performance situations.

Learning through movement
Transfer understanding from previous movement experiences to create solutions to movement challenges.

Capabilities: Personal & Social

Self-Awareness and Management

  • This strand involves students in identifying and describing the factors that influence their emotional responses.
  • Students develop the knowledge and skills to regulate, manage and monitor their emotions.
  • They develop a realistic sense of their personal strengths and have a realistic assessment of their own achievements and a sense of self-knowledge and self-confidence.
  • They identify personal characteristics and interpret their own emotional states, needs and perspectives.
  • Students develop skills to work independently and to show initiative, learning to be conscientious, delaying gratification and persevering in the face of setbacks and frustrations.

Social Awareness and Management

  • This strand involves students recognising others' feelings and knowing how and when to assist others.
  • Students learn to show respect for and understand others' perspectives, emotional states and needs.
  • They learn to participate in positive, safe and respectful relationships, defining and accepting individual and group roles and responsibilities.
  • Students gain an understanding of the role of advocacy in contemporary society and build their capacity to critique societal constructs and forms of discrimination.
  • This strand involves students interacting effectively and respectfully with a range of adults and peers.
  • Students learn to negotiate with others; work in teams, positively contribute to groups and collaboratively make decisions; develop leadership skills, resolve conflict and reach positive outcomes.
  • Students develop the ability to initiate and manage successful personal relationships.

Contact our team today and discuss the needs of your students.

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