Boxing provides an all-around workout that works all of your muscle groups and provides both an aerobic and anaerobic workout. Boxing also helps build greater self-confidence that will aid you both inside and outside the ring. Boxing has been proven to be beneficial to people of all ages and skill levels.
How do I sign up?
You can sign up at the link here, or you can give us a text/call at (626) 550-9473, or you can stop by the gym anytime we are open and we’ll set you up. The hardest part of boxing is starting, so START TODAY!
What should I bring to my first class?
All you need to bring to your first class is a good attitude and willingness to learn. If you have hand wraps and gloves please bring those as well, but if you don’t, we have gloves you can borrow for your first class.
What equipment do I need to start boxing?
You will need hand wraps and boxing gloves in order to take our classes. Wraps and gloves are available for purchase at our front desk, but you can borrow gloves from us for your first few sessions if you’d like.
How many people are in a group class?
Our novice boxing class has a maximum of 16 members per class. Our Open Boxing class has a maximum of 10 members per class. All classes have a capacity limit to ensure that every student has time to learn from our coaches.
How many classes per week can I attend?
With the purchase of any of our membership options, you can attend unlimited classes as well as have access to our open gym. View our membership page for more details.
Do I need to get in shape before I start classes?
You do not need to get in shape before you start classes. Our Novice Boxing class is beginner friendly and our experienced coaches will guide you through the workout no matter what shape you’re in.
What age can I start boxing?
We start training children as young as 5 years old, but you can start boxing at ANY age.
Am I too old to start boxing?
No one is too old to start boxing. The benefits of boxing can be applied to all ages, boxing will help anyone of any age improve their strength, mobility, and hand eye coordination.