Warm up with skipping 3 x 3 minute or 5 x 3 minute rounds with 1 min intervals which consists of 10 burpees, press ups, sit ups and jump squats.. Stretching then a cardio round, a round of shadow boxing (keeping shape, guard and balance and adding in weapons with strategies. Depending on what type of class it is it could be Technical, Conditioning, Pad or a Sparring class.
Technical: building up combinations and setting them up to use when sparring.
Pad: drilling in combinations so you can remember them and use them in sparring and also get a great work out from it.
Conditioning: Working on pads and bag working on core fitness. Bag work can involve Tabata or Interval training focussing on power and fitness.
Sparring: getting that feel for when you are in the ring, sparring again gets you fit and pushes you up if you want to get better and compete for your club.