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If you’ve ever been to a boxing workout in a studio, we’re sure you’re as skeptical as we are about how well you can translate that experience of intense sweat, movement and grind into a digital workout, especially if most of us don’t have a bag at home. Somehow Box Union has managed to do exactly that. This Los Angeles based boxing studio provides both live and VOD boxing workouts that leave you with that same absolutely-dead-tired can’t believe I worked out that hard feeling that you get from finishing a class in one of their studios.

Each class is a combination of traditional boxing moves, cardio and high intensity interval training, performing each move to the rhythm of a song. These total body workouts are extremely effective, and even if you’re doing the entire workout with no gloves and no weights, you’ll wake up the next day and wonder where all those muscles in your side body came from. And then you’ll immediately find yourself loading another class, ready to do it all over again.

Yeah, it’s really that good.

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Videos are well shot in their Los Angeles studio with great music and a good vibe.



Their boxing workouts are done on a beat, so classes have upbeat music meant to make you move, but aren’t likely going to be songs you’ve heard of before.

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The Facts

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Each class is a combination of boxing, cardio & HIIT, performing each move to the beat. The studio provides both live and VOD boxing workouts that leave you with that absolutely-dead tired feeling really fast.


$19.99 / month after a 7 day free trial for first time students.

Who it's good for
Who It's Good For

Anyone looking for a great sweat in an abnormal environment.

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Good to know’s

Who it's good for

In addition to their large library of VOD, they offer a weekly schedule of live workouts you can stream, but finding the links and upcoming schedule can be a bit confusing. Our suggestion is to head to Box Union’s Instagram to where they post the weekly schedule.


Most classes can be done with body weight alone. Optional: mat, light weights, jump rope – depending on the class.


If you’re new to boxing and want to learn technique, you can start with their New to Boxing series.


If you’re looking for a category specific workout, check out their cardio, boxing, strength or recovery + mindset pages.


If you can, catch a class with Coach Lani, her Australian accent and unbelievable technique make even the hardest workout fun.

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