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    Hi

    Boxing is a highly recommended workout if you’re not into weight
    lifting. It burns massive calories, builds up strength, power and
    resistance and works out the whole body, thus creating muscles.

    Does it mean that if I don't deal with weight lifting at all then it is a good exercise for me? (So if I dealt with weight lifting it would be a bad exercise for me then?)

    Is there any difference between "strength" and "power"?

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    Re: into/power

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    Boxing is a highly recommended workout if you’re not into weight
    lifting. It burns massive calories, builds up strength, power and
    resistance and works out the whole body, thus creating muscles.

    Does it mean that if I don't deal with weight lifting at all then it is a good exercise for me? (So if I dealt with weight lifting it would be a bad exercise for me then?)

    Is there any difference between "strength" and "power"?
    If you're "into" something, it means you're interested in it. So if you're not interested in weight lifting, if you don't like it and don't do it, then boxing would be a good exercise to do instead because it works the same muscles and builds up strength, power and resistance.

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    Re: into/power

    OK. Thank you :)

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