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Bristol Boxing Gym welcomes anyone and everyone to train at our famous boxing gym.
BOXFIT is a great mixed class for beginners to the fitness fanatic and are now on Seven times a week. Our experienced trainers are available for Personal Training. For those who fancy stepping into the ring we have our Novice Sparring Sessions. Ladies we have our Female Only Boxing Class and for those serious about boxing competitively we have the famous Empire Amateur Boxing Club.
BOXFIT Now Seven Days a Week
Due to popular demand Bristol Boxing Gym's BOXFIT Class is now on seven days a week! Our adult boxing and fitness class is suitable for all levels of ability and fitness from beginners upwards. These sessions involve boxing techniques, shadow boxing, punchbags, circuit training, running and skipping.
For more information check out BOXFIT and our video below.
Personal Training in Bristol Boxing Gym
Personal Boxing Training at the Bristol Boxing Gym can help you in multiple ways whether it’s to improve your fitness levels, learn to box, lose a few pounds; improve your general health; or build self confidence. Our Personal Training will provide structure, results, variety and motivation.
You'll start with an initial consultation to assess your current state of health and define your fitness goals. This gives you an agreed starting point, and also a benchmark against which to measure your progress in a realistic fashion. Your individual personal training programme will be changed regularly, not only for variety, but also to allow for continued progression to deliver maximum results in the minimum of time.
Selby steps up to world class
Lee Selby will face unbeaten Viorel Simion on the Betfair's 'The Homecoming' bill at the MS3 Craven Park in Hull on July 13, live on Sky Sports.
The Welsh featherweight star switches from the Bolton show on June 29 to meet the Romanian on the bumper outdoor show topped by the debut of Olympic Gold medal star Luke Campbell MBE. It's a huge night for Selby who has excelled in the last 18 months, claiming the British and Commonwealth titles in style against Stephen Smith and impressing in defences against John Simpson, Patrick Okine, Martin Lindsay and Corey O'Connell.
The 31 year old Simion won the WBC International title in July 2011 and has defended the belt successfully twice since, and Selby's manager Chris Sanigar is excited by the prospect of seeing Selby tested at a higher level.
"We know that Lee Selby is world class and we wanted this opponent to show the fans how good our man really is! If he beats Viorel in Hull then the sky is the limit for Lee, it will be a great fight."
Brutal Haskins hammers Ward in Five
Bristol's hard-hitting Lee Haskins (27-3) successfully rebounded from losing his European title last night at the City Academy in Bristol by stopping Martin Ward (16-2) on his feet in the fifth round and securing a Lonsdale belt in a second weight division.
Lee, who was having his second attempt at this British Bantam strap, delivered a typically swaggering performance in front of a vocal hometown crowd. Boxing with his right low and in the southpaw stance, he had Ward troubled as early as the first as he cracked his man with spiteful looping right-left combinations.
Ward was lucky not to have a knockdown counted against him early in the second as he seemed to have only been kept up by the ropes after taking a leaping, springing combination from the ever-coiled west-country warrior.
Martin, who had only one prior loss on his ledger going in, fought with his hands too low and Haskins had turned his face into a bloody mess by the end of the round. Ward looked shell-shocked going back to his gob-smacked corner.
To Ward's credit, he kept himself together in the third. Lee was over eager in looking for the finish and loading up for every punch. Martin managed to come forward and score with clever jabs and straight rights. The visitor consolidated his mini-resurgence in the four in taking advantage of Lee's leaky defence and tendency to miss with big shots.
The end came in the fifth. Lee, who just seconds before seemed to be looking out into the crowd, caught Ward with a big left and then blitzed his man to the ropes with a double-handed furious attack. Ward seemed to have his gloves up but some were getting through. Romford's Mark Green stopped the fight when Martin's sense of direction deserted him. He was disorientated and facing towards the neutral corner as punches rained in.
Fight For Peace Global Alumni
Fight for Peace's Global Alumni programme began its second course of the year this Monday 3 December with organisations from nine different countries arriving in Rio de Janeiro to take part. The representatives from each organisation will spent six days attending the course, which teaches the methodology of Fight for Peace's work in Rio de Janeiro and London, at the Rio headquarters academy in Nova Holanda, Complexo da Maré.
Fight for Peace's Global Alumni Programme was launched in 2011 and in the next three years will see 120 community organisations take part.
This is a great opportunity for our gym to implement this proven approach to working with youths in St Pauls and across Bristol.
Boxing Birthday Party at Bristol Boxing Gym
There is a total of one full hour of interactive organised play, including Non Contact Boxing, skipping and fun games to keep them entertained. The children will get the opportunity to learn some boxing basics, hit the punch bags and workout in the boxing ring. Rest assured this is a strictly Non Contact Boxing session!
You can invite up to 20 children (age 5 upwards)
We provide Birthday Invitations.
We provide equipment Boxing gloves and skipping ropes.
Bring your own party bags and cake.
We entertain the kids for 1 hour with non contact boxing and games.
½ hour for food, cake and photo opportunities.
For more info check out Boxing Birthday Party.