She is one of the most sought after models of recent times. Whether she's gracing the catwalk during Fashion Week or slaying the cover of fashion magazines, Supermodel Gigi Hadid always stuns with her impeccable fashion and beauty looks. In addition to her gorgeous style, the supermodel is also super athletic and is a strong proponent of boxing to keep herself physically super fit.
In an interview, the model admitted “It's not something seemingly model-y like Pilates or yoga but if she could only do one workout for the rest of her life, Hadid says she'd do it with her dukes up. "I love to box – it's a perfect balance of cardio and resistance training. It's important to enjoy your workouts and I genuinely look forward to boxing," she says
Gigi Hadid Abs Workout Routine:
Gigi's defined six-pack is no accident; the model works hard with her trainer to sculpt her abs. Rob Piela, Gigi’s trainer shared her core-focused workout with Vogue in an interview.
1. Warm up the core with 10 minutes of boxing.
2. Perform three sets of 40 crunches each.
3. Raise your heart rate with 10 minutes of boxing.
4. Perform three sets of 40 bicycle crunches each, kicking each leg out once per bicycle.
5. Box for another 10 minutes.
6. Take a plank pose to hit the transverse abdominals, holding for about 60 seconds, or as long as you can maintain good form (abs tight, no sway in the back, and the neck in a neutral position).
7. Super-set straight into leg raises to hit the lower abdominals, performing four sets of 25 leg raises each.
Benefits Of Boxing:
There's a reason, in fact, multiple reasons why boxing is the workout of choice for so many celebs and models:
• Sculpt each and every muscle in the body
• Boosts strength and cardio.
• It also helps in burning major calories
• Relieves stress like never before.
• Improves confidence and endurance
• Better Hand-Eye coordination
All in all, For an all-encompassing mind and body workout, look no further than boxing. Not only with the great sport of boxing will have you in amazing bodily shape in no time at all, plus it’s a good way to get rid of some pent up rage too. The benefits of boxing far outweigh any negative consequences that may come with this sport.