Ever box in an art studio? Enjoy artwork by local artists and our lead trainer himself Ricardo, while hitting a bag, shadowboxing or doing some cardio. You will also learn the foundation of boxing while strengthening and conditioning your body. We might be outside in the park one day or in the studio the next, so always be ready to have fun!
When people decide to commit on a fitness journey, you not only see their body change but their mental and emotional state as well. It’s amazing the strength people realize they have doing that last pushup or finishing that last set of weights. I've been training for almost 15 years and it still motivates me to make sure they get the best out of their workout.
Ricardo and the other coaches are patient but lead tough classes. The other students are encouraging and there is a sense of community. I always feel exhausted and energized when I leave!
Perfect workout and amazing energy, an all around great trainer!!
Ricardo is a top quality trainer. He’ll push you beyond your limits, but also cares for you to know when to drop the intensity. Very personable and knowledgeable trainer, and a great person. Definitely recommend!
Amazing class! Rice and JR make the class super personalized to meet you where you are and push you towards whatever your personal fitness or boxing goals may be! Love it!
I want to see the level of fitness they are at before I start anything since everyone is different. I don't want to put an experienced boxer that runs 6 miles a day with someone who just had a baby, or hasn't worked out ever before. We all have our levels as long as we have a willingness to get better.
I used to train at New York Sports Club, was a fitness manager at Equinox, and then decided to open up my own gym after almost two decades in the business.
I do have standard pricing that goes for each class which is $40 a class. For personal training I want everyone to be able to come in and train so I'm more flexible with packages since it's more money upfront.
The message my gym gives is that everyone can box! Everyone can start a fitness journey no matter what age. My team and I train kids from 10-13 years old, as well as older folks. One of my clients is 67 yrs old and has been training with me for four years.
Not everyone connects with a trainer or a gym space, so definitely give everyone a try with an open mind. You'll end up spending a lot of time there so it's best you like the people and space.
What is your goal? What is the timeline you want to achieve your goals? What made you decide to start?