Champions Boxing Gym's team of tenacious instructors help clients hone strength, speed, and discipline through a range of boxing and martial arts classes. There are co-ed boxing classes, but some lessons are geared specifically toward women or children. Learn to fight MMA-style in their submission grappling class, or take a more advanced sparring class if you've got a little experience under your belt. Kenpo karate and kickboxing round out the class selection. The spacious gym is filled with speed bags, heavy bags, and bags that are programmed to say "ouch" when you hit them.
Sam Colonna has been training professional boxers for 30 years. In that time, his trainees have included multiple world champions, National Gold-Gloves champions, and absolute first-timers. His expert staff teaches boxing and MMA classes for students of all experience levels and ages. He and his co-trainer Rita Figueroa also teach fitness classes and meet one-on-one with clients during personal training.
Combining his combat training with his takedown expertise earned during a stint on the U.S. Navy wrestling team, pro MMA fighter Nick Janowitz opened his own mixed-martial-arts gym to help others hone their battle skills. Patriot Boxing hosts several results-oriented programs that lead patrons of all fitness levels in ring-ready punches, strength drills, and grappling holds. The gym is divided into specialized arenas built to host a multitude of fighting styles and conditioning. A brigade of 20 heavy hanging bags absorbs kickboxing pummels, and competition-size wrestling mats and a fight cage cushion combat. Conditioning classes are furnished with battling ropes and oversize tires, which when combined can become tire swings for rhinos. Patrons can seek personalized guidance with private training seminars, and occupy their youngsters during workouts with kids' classes and activities in the onsite playroom.
Bob Miller has kept men, women, and children off the ropes for more than 25 years. As a certified U.S. amateur-boxing Level II coach and professional trainer, he's armed men and women with confidence and competence to jab, bob, and weave into professional boxing careers. Bob continues to focus his pugilistic pedagogy on the nitty-gritty of footwork, conditioning, and practice lessons of aspiring boxers of all skill levels. The boxing gym sports boxing rings, heavy and speed bags, and an avalanche of tools to keep warriors light on their feet and free from the wrath of inflatable, bottom-heavy clowns. After sparring, kickboxing, or jujitsuing with one of the coaches during any number of cardio-blasting classes, students can ratchet down adrenaline levels by taking a relaxing shower in the locker rooms with free towel service.
Sixty-one 100-pound punching bags hang from chains like an upside-down fitness forest at Title Boxing Club in Naperville. On any given day, this expansive workout area finds men and women donning gloves and punching or kicking up a sweat in fitness classes built on the fundamentals of competitive boxing and kickboxing training. Group classes, also known as Power Hour sessions, are led by a team of trainers whose previous experience ranges from boxing and playing college football to earning degrees in kinesiology. These classes are complemented by private lessons that make use of the facility?s speed bags, free weights, and cardio machines. An onsite ring allows students to practice their footwork while learning how to protect the face?that is, by learning how to wear Kevlar mustaches.