Boxing seems to be in Coach Xavier Cepeda?s blood. His grandfather was an amateur boxer and boxing journalist in Mexico, who encouraged Xavier to start training in the sport as a teenager. Xavier spent years training in Mexico, New Mexico, Cuba, and Texas before opening his own Christian-based boxing gym to teach children and adults of all fitness abilities how to throw a proper punch. During hour-long classes, students learn offensive and defensive techniques, which serve them well in competition and are a solid base for self-defense. Classes also benefit individuals looking to lose weight, gain muscle, and develop a healthy aggression toward punching bags.
Led by Ryan Hardy, a certified krav maga instructor for 14 years, instructors guide clients through workouts where they slam 6-foot bags with fists and legs for 45 minutes. Alternatively, Combat Cardio classes incorporate more cardio and drills alongside fight techniques.
Though it was only founded five years ago, Title Boxing Club has already set up franchises in 30 states and helped numerous members shed unwanted pounds. Its exclusive focus on boxing and kickboxing helps participants avoid being overwhelmed with the array of disparate workouts often found in many gyms, such as running on a treadmill, cycling on a stationary bike, or being chased around the weight room by tickling trainers.