Yes, the idea sounds terrifying if not downright insane, but boxing extreme fitness, and extreme fitness in general, is getting quite popular. You simply need find an extreme fitness center with a ring that provides boxing extreme fitness workouts and enroll. It’s really quite a good workout. By the time you get good enough to go five or six rounds with a practiced partner, you’re definitely in shape. It starts off much simpler than that, of course, beginning with jogging, running, jumping jacks, jump ropes and the like. From there you move onto speed and heavy bags, developing both quickness and power, working on punches of all sorts as well as your timing. After that you’ll begin footwork and shadow boxing. The whole time that you learn the fundamentals of boxing you are getting an excellent work out. Jogging and exercises work the cardio, punching involves static effort, and even working on footwork is a form of isometric exercise. After all this training you will finally be able to get in the ring, but don’t worry, you’re not Rocky, and neither will your opponent be Apollo Creed. You’ll start off slowly with some basic jabs in a simple sparring contest. Next you’ll actually go a couple rounds with an opponent, but again it’s not fight night at the Apollo. You’ll be wearing plenty of protective gear, from a nice big headset to protect your cranium, to oversized gloves that soften the blows that you and your opponent/workout partner will use. These gloves are also heavier, and therefore will give you a bit of a better workout, which is the idea anyway. Eventually, when you are ready, and are in shape for it, you will begin actual boxing matches.
Again there is no reason to get overly excited. The rounds will be short and monitored, and they will cap you off at levels, usually starting with three rounds and maxing out at seven or eight round matches. If you can go eight rounds, you’re definitely in better shape than most people, and sure there will be some bumps and bruises, but all in all it won’t be that bad. Boxing extreme fitness can be a fun and very positive experience, and isn’t nearly as bad as it sounds.