BoxingYoga™ Home Workout - DVD

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BoxingYoga™ Home Workout - DVD

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Please note, the DVD is in PAL format which is not suitable for the USA and some other countries. Please check your player is PAL-ready or get the Download version.

For the first time on DVD, follow Kajza Ekberg in the comfort of your own home as she leads a full-length BoxingYoga™ class, providing clear demonstration and vocal instructions to guide you through the challenging 12-round session.

Directed by Christine Gernon (Gavin & Stacey) and shot by BAFTA-winner John Daly, the DVD was filmed at Total Boxer in London, birthplace of BoxingYoga™, and includes an original soundtrack recorded at the world-famous Konk Studio, owned by Kinks legend, Ray Davies.

REVIEWS

According to Healthy Living London, 'BoxingYoga is a class that's taking the world by storm. Designed to support athletes, fighters and those with an active lifestyle, it's a delicate mash-up of the different values that rule each activity, and improves mental and physical strength, maximises performance, prevents injury and maintains health.'.

"BoxingYoga has everything fighters need. It keeps you young and it keeps you fresh and keeps your body more athletic for a longer period of time, so you can do what you love for longer.”
Scott Quigg, World Super Bantamweight Boxing Champion

“BoxingYoga is a great program, highly recommended to everyone."
Carlos Sapao, Multiple World and Brazilian National Jiu Jitsu Champion

“Coming back from injury, BoxingYoga has been essential help for me to recuperate in a safe and effective way, whilst improving my strength, flexibility and speed."
Yassine Elmaachi, Prizefighter Boxing Champion

“Yoga for tough guys. How a yoga regime devised for boxers became a fitness phenomenon. The discipline abandons many of yoga's more traditional conventions and focuses on more streamlined activity, directly targeting improved sporting performance.”
Forever Sports Magazine

Please note, the DVD is in PAL format (not suitable for the USA and some other countries). You can check this Wikipedia link for compatibility in your country. For the download version of the DVD, click here.

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