Boxing by the uninitiated is perceived as a simple and aggressive form of entertainment. Many people are discouraged by the myths of dissected eyebrow arches, black eyes and broken teeth. Laymen claim that a similar form of physical activity is only suitable for local troublemakers. Nothing could be more wrong - boxing is a noble sport with a rich history dating back to ancient times. Boxing training evenly develops all body parts, improves posture and condition, and also allows you to develop a psychophysiological balance. Contrary to appearances, this type of sport does not only lead to the development of large biceps. During exercise, the entire torso, legs and shoulder muscles are involved. Getting a punch requires a strong leg position and proper posture. It also forces the muscles of: oblique abdomen, upper and shoulder girdles.