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Relationship Sparring

Relationship Sparring

The New York Times reports that more and more people in relationships across the US find boxing against each other as not only a great way to stay fit together but also as an effective way to build trust as well.... Men either have to tone their punches down or not punch at all, while women typically unload with everything they've got.More on the therapeutic value of coed sparring:In the wake of an argument, sparring may smooth the way to straight-talking, said Stacy Kaiser, a psychotherapist in Los Angeles who advises clients about staying in shape.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 16 august 2007

Boxing for couples is becoming a much-debated emerging trend. The New York Times reports that more and more people in relationships across the US find boxing against each other as not only a great way to stay fit together but also as an effective way to build trust as well. There are modified rules of course. Men either have to tone their punches down or not punch at all, while women typically unload with everything they’ve got.

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