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“Every woman’s success should be an inspiration to other women. We are the strongest when we are cheering each other on.”

-Serena Williams

Get in Shape and Learn Self-Defense Skills
While Having Fun

At Women’s Boxing Int’l, we offer a safe and supportive environment for women of all fitness levels and ages to train in the art of boxing. Our experienced coaches will guide you through a variety of exercises and techniques, from basic punches to footwork, so you can become a skilled boxer in no time.

Not only is boxing a great workout that can help you burn calories and build strength, but it also has mental health benefits. Boxing can help relieve stress, boost confidence, and provide a sense of accomplishment. Plus, learning self-defense skills can give you peace of mind and help you feel more empowered in your daily life.

Women’s Boxing Int’l gym is specifically designed for women, so you’ll feel comfortable and at ease as you train. Our gym is a place where you can feel empowered and inspired, and where you can push yourself to be the best you can be.

Investing in Women’s Boxing Int’l membership is a way to join a supportive community of women who share your goals and interests.

So why wait? Sign up for a women’s boxing gym membership today and start your journey towards a healthier, more confident you.


Why boxing?

Boxing Burns Fat and Builds Endurance
Many people mistakenly assume that one hour on the treadmill will suffice for all their fitness needs. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately), you need a combination of aerobic (e.g., walking, biking, or jogging) and anaerobic activities like sprinting, weightlifting, or jumping for optimal results.

Aerobic exercise is great for increasing endurance and getting your heart pumping. Anaerobic exercises help maintain muscle mass while burning off extra pounds quickly. Combining both will yield maximum benefits: fast fat loss, muscle preservation, and cardiovascular endurance.

Boxing is 70–80% aerobic and 20–30% anaerobic. Rather than trying to combine multiple workout types (e.g., Pilates, spinning, HIIT), boxing provides the best of both worlds—an all-inclusive workout!

Boxing Is a Full-Body Workout
Boxing is well-known for its punches, upper body work, and strength-building—an excellent full-body workout! All of those ducks, bobs, and lunges in boxing work to tone your glutes and thighs while also engaging your core, which many women neglect when trying to build abs.

A strong core should be at the heart of everything you do, which is why boxing training benefits all aspects of fitness!

As stated previously, boxing can be combined with various other forms of exercise. It also includes high-intensity and cardiovascular training for a full-body workout that benefits all parts of the body.

Boxing Assists Women in Developing Self-Defense Skills
Boxing teaches you the fundamentals of self-defense. You will learn to quickly throw powerful punches, dodge other people’s hits, build endurance to move faster, and pay closer attention to what your opponent throws at you. Boxing not only improves your speed and endurance, but it also sharpens your concentration so that no punch ever goes unnoticed.

Being prepared is essential in today’s world, especially for a woman. Stay focused and alert at all times to ensure your safety.

Boxing Is an Empowering Form of Self-Care
Women tend to put others’ needs before their own. We tend to neglect taking care of ourselves in this fast-paced, high-stress society we live in.

Boxing can help combat this by encouraging us to put aside time for ourselves each day.
The intense physicality of boxing helps to promote a positive mindset, reduce stress, and enhance sleep quality.

Boxing Offers Many Mental Health Advantages
Many of us have felt the urge to punch through a wall when angry, frustrated, or stressed. That’s why punching a bag while wearing protective gear is safer and more effective than not doing so. A punching bag can be used to relieve anger and frustration, but it can also serve as a stress relief symbol if you visualize it as the source of tension.

Do I have to have any experience with boxing before I take a camp?

No, not at all! In the camp, we start from scratch and spend four weeks teaching you how to box!

Can I take multiple camps?

Yes, you can take as many as you would like!

Is the camp an additional cost on top of the membership?

If you are a current member, you can attend the camp at no additional charge. However, if you just do the camp without membership, you will only have access for the month.

Is there an age limit?

Young women as young as 12 and older can participate in our events.

Do I have to know how to box to attend boxing events and seminars?

To some extent, yes. Every event and seminar will be unique. Therefore, we encourage you to observe each event to see the event agenda.