This activity is very simple and can be incorporated into a number of other exercises. As the name implies, Dog Hill Training involves encouraging your dog to bound up a slanted hill by encouraging them to make the climb up the hill. Incorporating dog toys into this activity can also be a great way to encourage your dog through this activity. Compared to the other activities on this list, Dog Hill training is a very easy and fun way to get some exercise.
All boxers need to develop their stamina and endurance, and jogging is one of those time tested exercises that will get that job done. Fortunately for all dog owning boxers, jogging is one of the few physical activities that dogs are able to participate in alongside their owners. We've published a number of articles that detail how dogs and their owners can get the most out of their running and jogging sessions, so feel free to check those out if you'd like a more in depth look at this activity.
Catch is another old school activity that can help both dogs and their owners develop their physicality a well as their senses of coordination and balance. Dog owning boxers can use anything ranging from balls, to Frisbees, to their dog's favorite toys when attempting this activity. Just be sure keep your dog's safety and physical needs in mind at all times.