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 Post subject: Help me find a boxing gym
 Post Posted: Mon May 17, 2010 10:40 pm 

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i live in federal way, washington (the state). To be exact i live near a popular pool called the "king county aquatics center" (don't want to get too detailed now). I am having trouble finding a gym that has boxing equipment, fits my budget (only 15 years old), and is not too far. I have listed gyms that i possibly could go to, but some are far (for me as i can't drive and my parents work)

http://ttownmma.com , 7 miles from my house and costs $79 a month just for striking stuff. here's a description:
In this hybrid class students train in Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Full Contact Karate to improve angles, footwork, kicking, kneeing and punching. The techniques demonstrated in this high cardio class teaches students how to strike properly and defend themselves in the striking zone.

I am not really interested in kick boxing, muay thai, or karate and the price is kind of high for just a few hours a month

http://evolutionmartialartsllc.com/boxing.aspx , 9.5 miles away from my house and costs $35 a month. It is kind of far from my house (google maps says it will take 20 minutes to go there and 40 if theres traffic)

It is cheap, but kind of far from my house. The times are very good, though, they last 2 hours from monday to thursday.

http://www.ringdemon.com/ , 12 miles from my house, $95 a month (but i can do all the classes they have).

It is the farthest from my house and the most expensive...



There are also Bally's, 24 hour fitness, and la fitness.


So please help me find a gym to sign up for. THanks in advance


EDIT: and if you know of any other gyms that are close to the king county aquatic center, please let me know... I mostly want to do boxing, but might want to do muay thai if it is available (not a requirement)


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 Post subject: Re: Help me find a boxing gym
 Post Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 5:57 pm 

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http://www.boxinggyms.com/addresses/washington.htm


i know that george credit use to teach out the judo place in renton.

http://www.judochampions.com/ call them and see if they still have. $60/month

reese andy jut open a mma place in auburn for like 75/month.

and vison quest @ supermall does boxing/mma etc. some top students from ring demon teaches there as well another instructor. and that shit is only 20/month.


edit: the amc camp is known for putting out some decent kickboxers but they also have a boxing program. so it may be as good. they open a center in pacific last year or something. but this place is super $$$$$


good luck


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 Post subject: Re: Help me find a boxing gym
 Post Posted: Sun May 01, 2011 12:51 pm 

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I happen to also be a 15 year old in the same situation.

http://www.oneinamillionboxing.com/gym/index.html

That's the closest boxing gym to where I live in Portage, Indiana. That's quite a drive.


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