Boxing in Durham
Want to learn boxing, either as a competitor or just to get fit? There are plenty of boxing clubs in Durham for you to learn different type of boxing such as Boxing, Mauy Thai, and Kick Boxing. Boxing requires a great deal of technical skill and extremely high levels of fitness. Most people think that a boxer needs anger and aggression in the boxing ring but the fact is that winning boxers are always calm and focused when they step into the ring.
Durham also owns numerous clubs serving the art of boxing by providing training to the boxers with highly skilled and trained staff. Some popular clubs in the city are The Unity Gym, Brandon Boxing Club, The Erwan Thai Boxing Club and Boxing for Life. These clubs are not only providing training to the competitors but also providing opportunities to those people who simply want to enjoy the health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity.
So whether you wish to get fit, lose weight, gain confidence or become a pro fighter. They have the skills, knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goals.
The Unity Gym has extensive range of equipment at the gym and trainees are provided with vast range of classes i.e Mauy Thai, Mauy Boran, MMA, Jui Jitsu, K1 Kick Boxing, Wrestling, Boxing, Personal & Fitness Training, Circuit Training, Weight Training, Cardio Training, Free Style Open Training, Events & Competitions and Grading Systems. Training with boxing coach Paul Hubber is a great opportunity for students and young fighters, which is only possible in The Unity Gym.
This club is a boxing fitness club based in Durham. Boxing For Life (BFL) is a fitness class instructed by Paul Lysaght at the Freemans Quay Gym and St. Hild Bede College in Durham. All age groups are welcomed here and we encourage everybody to go at your own pace to achieve their goals.
Brandon Boxing Club (BBC) was opened by the leadership of professional boxer Neo Harding in 2001. Brandon Boxing Club welcomes a vast amount of the community regardless of age, sex, race and disability. This club is playing a good part in the community to improve the boxing skills of boxers.