Rocco Nacino demonstrates five #BalikAlindog Workouts to lose Holiday Weight Gain

Rocco Nacino goes to his gym, Elorde Ortigas Home Depot in Ortigas, Pasig City, regularly to stay in shape.


We have all been guilty of eating a lot during the holidays so getting back in shape tops our New Year's resolutions.

We technically have over a month before Valentine's Day and more than two months before summer, still quite an ample time to burn those fats.

The beginning is always the hardest, but if we put our heart into it, we'll surely achieve our #BodyGoal.

Rocco Nacino encourages both the guys and gals to engage themselves in a sport that they will enjoy. He highly recommends boxing.

So, get those gloves ready and knock the fats down!

1. Punching Bag

The punching bag or heavy bag exercise is a very good cardio exercise.

According to bodybuilding.com, hit helps improve aerobic fitness; helps tone your shoulders, arms, chest and back; improve core coordination and stability; strengthen self-defense skills.

2. Speed Ball

The speed ball improves hand-eye coordination. Hand-eye coordination is very important in the sport of boxing as the boxer needs to throw punches accurately while simultaneously avoiding the punches of his opponent. It also helps develop proper timing and rhythm and in the shoulder and arm strength and endurance.

3. Cross-fit ladder

Agility ladder or speed ladder is a type of fitness equipment that is used for enhancing quickness and flexibility in athletes.

Apart from these benefits, agility ladder workouts increases balance, improves footwork, tones your legs, and improves your speed.

4. Battle Ropes


Battle Ropes is an unbelievable exercise tool that provides an intense workout for improving muscular strength, endurance, cardiovascular conditioning, substantial fat burning properties, and will get your heart rate going fast immediately.

A low-impact cardiovascular training tool, it helps increase aerobic and anaerobic capacity and gives you a full-body workout, including great conditioning.

5. Mitts

Mitt training is where you practice the basic boxing moves such as jab, straight, and hook.

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It enables an average person develop his or her strength, endurance, and agility.

So, are you ready to sweat and knock your extra weight down?

Grab those gloves and check out Rocco Nacino's gym at Elorde Ortigas Home Depot, Ortigas, Pasig City.

To know more about his workout, watch #PEPbizRoccoNacino


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