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  • n. A form of physical workout, combining boxing with aerobic exercise.


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  • The association, which is based in south-western Sydney, confirmed it ran "boxercise" classes but denied it was an organised "fight club".

    National Nine News

  • Exercise certainly helped, and I think my initial mistake was not attending the boxercise class that morning.

    The Monster Retires to Its Cave

  • Instead of songs from the Sound of Music and blank verse we get steel pans, boxercise to eye of the tiger, massed voices believing they can fly, dramas and natch a leavers' video including just about all the year 6 kids - sponsored by Apple UK.

    Archive 2007-07-15

  • If I feel I need a bit of a boost, I'll add a boxercise class to my regime.

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  • JemmaJames Am actually quite excited! am going to my first boxercise class tomorrow!

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  • During the rugby camps, in addition to core skills training, budding young rugby players can expect to enjoy boxercise, wrestling, and speed agility training all of which perfectly complement the latest coaching techniques used by Gomarsall, the mashsport instructors and the professionals in today's Guinness Premiership.

    Your Local Guardian | Wimbledon

  • Wow, the boxercise instructor is just as popular as sarah palin.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Early morning tai chi, boxercise and beach volleyball will also be available.


  • I have always been interested in martial arts and combat sports as a spectacle but getting round to having a go extended to a brief stint kickboxing and weekly boxercise sessions at the gym.

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  • Spokesman Wisam Haddad said the footage had been shot without the association's knowledge following one of its organised boxercise classes. | Top Stories


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