Athletes of all levels and experiences are welcome!
The 4,500+ square foot gym has everything you need whether you are already a fighter, want to become one, or are just looking to stay in shape. Both group classes and private training at Seattle Boxing Gym focus on sound boxing fundamentals, solid cardio-conditioning, and stretching. Members jump rope, sweat out ring circles, shadow box, circuit train, work various bags, and do one-on-one pad work. Our workouts are designed to tone your entire body while honing your boxing skills in the ring.
Our classes fuse cardio training with boxing techniques that can be taken at any level of skill and/or fitness. Each of our dedicated and experienced instructors bring their own unique training style, and our small class sizes offer individual attention to every member. All our trainers are available for private sessions. Please visit our MindBody account to check our schedule or contact us to reserve a private session.
Proper warm up and shadow boxing technique, proper stance and footwork training, pad and bag work, cardio and plyometric circuit training, correct forward, backward, side-to-side and circular movements, accurate form and timing, simulated sparring, and boxing foundation development.
Faster progress and more individual attention with a customized approach to reaching your goals: Focus on boxing skills, plyometric circuit training, or find the optimal combination of the two. Boxing-focused training stresses proper punching technique, footwork, punch combinations, counter punching, defensive drills, and more.
Access to all of our boxing, cardio, and training equipment, the ability to do your own thing, trainers for a round of mitt work, and everything you need for boxing/lifting/cardio/plyometric workouts.
If you are training for a fight or just want to hit someone (even if you don’t want to get hit back), members interested in sparring can join intermittent sparring classes or organize private sessions with other members at similar skill and enthusiasm levels. If you are interested in controlled/instructional sparring, let us know.
CIRCUIT TRAINING EQUIPMENT
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Manager and Head Trainer
Isaac has an impressive undefeated professional boxing record and continues to pursue his professional career. Born in Orange County California, Isaac started boxing when he was seven years old. During his amateur career, Isaac won four Junior Golden Gloves Championships, three Senior Golden Gloves Championships, and sparred with Light Middleweight Champ Canelo Alvarez. He is available for both classes and personal training.
Richard began his boxing career with the University of Washington Boxing Club where he was the first UW fighter to become a Western Regional champion and All-American. In his three years of boxing at the UW he won: Three Western Regional titles; three All-American awards; a National Championship in 2015; and the 2015 & 2016 Golden Gloves championship at 178lbs. He is a 2015 graduate of UW in Nutrition. Richard qualified and competed in the Olympic team trials for Rio 2016. He turned professional in September 2016, winning his debut bout by knockout. Richard challenges all levels of boxers and helps them achieve their boxing and fitness goals. Richard structures many of his classes around the footwork that is crucial for boxing: “From the ground up.”
Coach Carla Wilcox is a former professional boxer, a Lifestretch Certified Instructor, and the original founder and owner of Seattle Boxing Gym. For over 20 years she has coached people from all walks of life (business leaders, entrepreneurs, musicians, artists and athletes) through the art and practice of boxing. Through her heart-centered philosophy she continues to guide people through their perceived limitations and on a journey to become the greatest version of themselves. http://coachcarlawilcox.com/
Kellsie began her boxing career in 2012 at the University of Washington. She fell in love with the sport, picked it up quickly, and never looked back. She is a National Collegiate Champion and All American. After graduation, she plans to continue her amateur and, ultimately, professional boxing career. Boxing completely changed her outlook on life. She loves to share her passion for the sport, helping people gain confidence through learning how to fight. Her skill-oriented classes fuse fitness with technique and will leave you feeling sore and accomplished.
Jacque Ines competes for the University of Washington Boxing Club where she is a three-time National Collegiate Boxing Association All-American, a two time National Collegiate Champion, and a Tacoma Golden Gloves Champion. She uses her boxing skills and experience to create group classes and private training sessions focused on high intensity cardio, strength training, and conditioning.
Seattle native James Porter competes for the University of Washington Boxing Club. He began boxing with Sea Mar Boxing Club in 2010. James joined the UW Boxing Club in 2015 and won the NCBA national championship title for the 147lb weight division that same year. James loves working with people. He believes each client is unique and structures his classes to meet their needs. He likes to keep the workouts intense, but not overwhelming. James loves motivating people to meet their own fitness goals. “Looking good is cool, but feeling good is better.”
Adan competes at the national-intercollegiate level with the University of Washington Boxing Club. He loves the sport of boxing, believing it instills discipline and perseverance. His classes and private workouts aim to improve each individual’s area(s) of weakness. He fuses cardio and strength training with an eye toward how it all comes together in the ring: “You can look great hitting mitts, look great hitting the heavy bag, look great working the speed bag. Now let’s bring all of that into the ring.”
Coach Acuna is a pro and amateur boxing coach and manager. He was instrumental in creating, developing, and sustaining the University of Washington Boxing Club. As part the UW coaching staff, he coached/trained/mentored the three-time NCBA National Champion women’s teams, the first Olympic trial contender/qualifier from the UW Boxing Club (Richard Vansiclen, runner-up), regional and state Golden Gloves champions, and more. He started in the sport of Tae Kwon Do at the age of nine in Guadalajara, Mexico. After achieving a black belt, he moved on to the sport of boxing where he competed at the amateur and professional levels.
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1432 Broadway Seattle, WA, 98122