As a fighter, I consider myself to be more of a striker, so it’s no surprise that I mostly teach striking classes! I like to focus on high-intensity group workouts that push everyone to their limits. A typical group class might start with some running/jogging to get the heart rate up, followed by calisthenics and stretching. After that, we will probably pair up and do partner pad drills (one person punches/kicks while the other person holds pads, then they would switch roles), and then finish with some conditioning to make sure that everyone goes home nice and tired.
During one-on-one sessions, I definitely have the time to focus more on technique. Group classes are a great start, but if someone really wants to sharpen their skills, one-on-one time is the best. But just because we work more technique, doesn’t mean my one-on-one clients won’t get a good cardio burn in, as I also focus a lot on high intensity strength workouts, as well as high volume mitt work to those looking to shed some pounds and tone up.
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