Best Age to Start Specialists in sports medicine believe that boxing classes are better to start from 9-10 years. Starting too early could result in putting the student off, as boxing is hard work and not always as fun as team sports, such as football or rugby.
Originally Answered: Is 20 too old to start boxing? You are never too late to start at anything, especially boxing. There have been a lot of late bloomers in the sport of Boxing like Bob Hopkins, who at the age of 48 is still going strong and knocking out opponents half his age.
The easy answer to this question is no. There is never a wrong time to start boxing and you are never too old. Though it may be challenging you can reach your boxing goals at any age and stage of life. It will take hard work and persistence but 24 years old (or older!) is never too late to start boxing.
You can enjoy the sport of boxing at any age.
Originally Answered: Is it ok to start boxing at the age of 19? Yes!! There is nothing wrong in starting boxing at any age. But if your idea is to go professional you will have to be very talented and put in a lot of extra work to reach world class level.
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