White Collar Fighter is the Ultimate Boxing Experience and your chance to make a change to your life and someone else’s. In addition to eight weeks of boxing training in the gym, there’s also the opportunity to do some training out of the gym.
Here’s what you’ll be doing over the course of eight weeks when you sign up to become a White Collar Fighter.
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Choose a charity that will receive a donation and benefit through all your hard work.
Boxing Training Sessions
Join us twice a week for boxing training sessions with world-class coaches, warriors, and personal trainers. You’ll consult with nutrition and dietary experts, and learn what you can do to give your body all the tools it needs.
Over the course of eight weeks of boxing training, you’ll sculpt your body with the help of some of the best in the business coaches, including some of today’s current title holding champions.
Team up and Face Your Foes
Build a genuine “nemesis” by working alongside your eventual opponent for four solid weeks. In the second month, we divide into two teams. Your eventual opponent will be in one team, you will be in the other. You’ll have four weeks training away from your nemesis to develop your skills, strength, speed and agility, knowing that they’re doing the same.
Find out if you have what it takes to come out on top against an opponent that has been carefully hand-picked to be your best competition. An opponent of similar weight, skill, and fitness. Someone who will genuinely test you.
By the time you step into the boxing ring for three two-minute rounds of pure adrenaline, you’ll be putting your new skills to the test.
Ask not for whom the bell clangs because you’ll hear the answer in the screams and cheers of your friends and family sitting ringside at your event night.
You’ll give it everything you have in three two-minute rounds. In the end, win or lose, you can walk out with your head held high, knowing you’ve done something that most people will only daydream about.