It will calm down afterwards, don't stop living.
Just out of curiosity, why boxing? I would suggest karate and learn some self defense techniques along with punches and kicks. Use all them body parts.
It is a 15 circuit layout, woman only... punch, kick and abs... Dummy Bob at the end. 2 mins each
Hands feet knees and elbows
Sometimes earplugs can spike a T Try a class without earplugs And if they play music request them to lower the volume
I will ask if they can lower the volume!! I told the trainer from the beginning what was going on but she didn't offer
I can understand coz this happened at my gym too...smtimes ppl r very insensitive to ur problems....i have also stopped going tomthe gym Coz they were reluctant to lowerr the volume everyday on my request....i m not sure but u can try ear muffs ...may be it will work
thanks for your response!
Don't do that activity, 10 000 kinds of hobbies and exercises you can do. Unless you are very passionate about it and done it all your life...? I run on the beach , swim in ocean, no speakers, nobody to tell to turn the volume down! Do something that doesn't require plugs, natural environment, I'm not a big fan of gyms...
I've wanted to do this for a while! I may just do it month to month rather than commit myself for the year. Thanks for your input!
What if you get punched in the head and you get a permanent t volume increase? ...!
oh right... it's just bags and dummy bob
They don't hit you back? Then it's fine;) just keep in mind that gym with plugs can aggravate the t and possibly contribute to hyperacusis...pick a gym that's quieter, that instructor doesn't respect your wishes, ask first , then pay after!