Just wanted to post a somewhat brief post. I've been doing boxing/kickboxing training for about 5 months, 4 months of it on my own, and the last month started boxing at a local MA gym. After the 3rd week of boxing classes at the gym, I started to feel like I was still ready for more, even after 2 hours of class, so yesterday I decided it would be a great idea to go the cardio class that's offered there. Uhm, yeah. 15 minutes into it and I thought I was going to puke, so I had to stop and sit the rest of it out. I watched the rest of the class, as they continued to endure an insanely grueling session. I have to say that I am amazed and incredibly impressed with anyone who puts themselves through that. It was inspiring to see the kind of shape people can get themselves in when they're being pushed super hard. For those of you who have been doing this a while and possibly forgotten what it's like when you just start out, I want to say that you should be proud of yourselves, and I have nothing but respect for the effort you put into it. I'll be back next week to try again, because I really disliked not being able to finish. I doubt I can get through the whole thing yet (I think the whole class was about an hour and 15 minutes of this crazy stuff) but I'll try like hell to stay in it for longer. So yeah, give yourselves a pat on the back, because you deserve it.