Workout with a wallop

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Workout with a wallop

Local women find boxing regimen a good way to lose weight, relieve stress
Jannah Saylor works the heavy bag during Shannon Rose’s women’s boxing class at The Body Factory. Rose’s class is from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday. “I’ve lost 20 pounds,” Saylor says.
Instructor Shannon Rose, kicking the heavy bag, promotes the boxing class workout as a way to stay fit and lose weight. “Aerobic exercise burns calories fast,” she said.
Angela Horn, standing left, and Alicia Romero, standing right, help Ahne Elliott, left, and Lorraine Bittles, right, work their stomach muscles during Shannon Rose’s women’s boxing class at The Body Factory.
Instructor Shannon Rose begins another round of exercises by donning a pair of boxing gloves.

Workout with a wallop

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Jannah Saylor works the heavy bag during Shannon Rose’s women’s boxing class at The Body Factory. Rose’s class is from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday. “I’ve lost 20 pounds,” Saylor says.
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Instructor Shannon Rose, kicking the heavy bag, promotes the boxing class workout as a way to stay fit and lose weight. “Aerobic exercise burns calories fast,” she said.
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Angela Horn, standing left, and Alicia Romero, standing right, help Ahne Elliott, left, and Lorraine Bittles, right, work their stomach muscles during Shannon Rose’s women’s boxing class at The Body Factory.
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Instructor Shannon Rose begins another round of exercises by donning a pair of boxing gloves.
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