Champions aren’t made in the ring
They are merely recognized there

No Guts No Glory

Boxers are among the fittest of all athletes. Our signature workout of 12 x 3 minute rounds will help your heart, lungs and head. Can you go the distance?


12 focused exercises giving you fully rounded physical ability


Three long relentless minutes guided by your coach


One grateful minute's rest in between exercises


Boxers need a fully rounded physical ability. Our experience in world championship level boxing has taught us to focus on six key areas of training. Each of these six areas is equally important to becoming a complete boxer.


Training for speed allows you to be more explosive in the way you punch, and just as importantly, the speed with which you move your feet in and out of range.


The distance of a title fight is 12 x 3 minute rounds. Having the engine to last the distance is vital. Rhythm, pace and composure are key.


Physical strength helps a boxer gain positive position in the ring and helps them hold their ground when under pressure: functional strength training helps to improve this.


The art of boxing is to hit and not be hit. A boxer’s footwork and agility is at the heart of this: movement, balance, even power, all come from positioning your feet.


Timing is at the core of a boxer’s ability. Speed and timing equals power. Training the hands, eyes and feet to work in sync will improve timing.


To climb through those ropes takes courage, confidence, composure, determination, desire. With coaching you can develop a mental toughness you may not have thought you possessed. This is the most important asset to becoming a champion.


To train at 12x3 you must have a coach. Without a coach it is simply not possible to reach your potential. There are two kinds of training sessions you can choose from.

1 on 1

One-on-one training is the foundation of your fitness. We have skilled and experienced coaches who can tailor workouts to fit your goals, push you further, and guide your physical development and boxing skill

5 on 1

Five-on-one training is with specialized coaches. To optimize your physical performance choose a five-on-one training session. We love friendly competitiveness: small groups mean you try harder and get better results