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Top 10 boxing classes in Cedar Park, TX

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Bullseyeboxing

Bullseyeboxing

5.0(1)
8 hires on Lessons
Serves Cedar Park, TX
Jamalle R. says, "Ira was a great trainer . I was just getting started before covid started. I never got back ahold of him after the gyms opened back up. Anyone looking for a great trainer check out Ira!" Read more
Atencio Nxt Gen

Atencio Nxt Gen

New on Lessons
8+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
Atencio is a fighting family. We are changing the game! The family name and club originated in Denver, but as many generations do, we have branched off. We are establishing a presence in Austin, TX. Our Austin location offers both boxing and golf instruction. Boxing and golf are very similar with weight transfer. We can swing both fists and clubs! Your lead instructor is Jeremiah. He was an amateur boxer for eight years, with State and Regional titles in Colorado. Jeremiah turned professional at 21 and was 2-0 as a professional with one KO. He retired at age 23 to focus on family and expanding the family business of coaching young boxers. J
White Rock Kenshinkan Karate Dojo

White Rock Kenshinkan Karate Dojo

5.0(3)
Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
17+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
Bridget C. says, "This is a great group of hard working, fun loving martial artists! You get a great workout, learn tradition, meet people from all over the world AND have a great time while you're at it. The tradition of Okinawan karate paired with the skills of the instructor and assistants makes for an all-around amazing experience. Very highly recommend this school to anyone looking for karate classes!!" Read more
Ayman’s Fitness

Ayman’s Fitness

5.0(1)
Top Pro
Offers online services
6+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
John says, "Great trainer and very knowledgeable " Read more
Club Wolf Pack

Club Wolf Pack

New on Lessons
Offers online services
31+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
We provide the personal touch. Individual training to meet your individual needs. Classes can be taken here or at your residence. We have the experience to get your results. over 26 years serving San Antonio with Over 45 years of training in fitness , Strength and conditioning and Martial arts. We provide day and night service Monday thru Saturday. i show people how to be their very best
Kick Butt Kids ATX

Kick Butt Kids ATX

5.0(4)
7+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
William P. says, "Been a client for 7 weeks, yet I've grown an astounding amount. Couldn't be happier with a class and instructor." Read more
Pflugerville Martial Arts Academy/ C.O.B.R.A. Self Defense Of Austin

Pflugerville Martial Arts Academy/ C.O.B.R.A. Self Defense Of Austin

5.0(2)
Top Pro
23+ years in business
Serves Cedar Park, TX
Dorothy W. says, "My son has been going to Pflugerville Martial Arts Acamedy for a couple of years for After School Program and the Karate program. We are a military who traveled all around the world and visited many after school facilities. I can honestly say that the staff and owner will do anything to protect, teach and provide the best after school care for any child enrolled. I would like to say Thank You to the Owners and Staff for always being caring and professional when I walked through your doors." Read more
Austin Karate For Kids

Austin Karate For Kids

5.0(4)
Top Pro
Serves Cedar Park, TX
Elya S. says, "It all started when one of my sons started his karate journey with Sensei Chip at the age of almost 5. He has been asking to try karate, so we hopped from studio to studio in Austin, trying to find a good one. What we found was that they were all play-based, sticker-rewarded, short classes, once a week, for a very hefty fee. Most off-putting was the lack of discipline, it just didn't feel like martial arts class. So, my mother-in-law, who was born and raised in Japan, somehow found Austin Karate for Kids online and insisted that if Kiyoshi trains in karate, he trains at a traditional Shotokan studio. She is a wise woman and we are so grateful that she insisted. About the class: this is the only dojo that trains kids in traditional Shotokan karate style. Class begins with a salute and meditation, then a discussion/words of wisdom from the Sensei, and then kids work HARD, for two hours. Hard, as in their gi gets drenched with sweat, especially after sparring days. It's a decent size class, so some advanced belts rotate teaching younger belts (which is an amazing experience for both). Kids in class are good people. They are humble, respectful, and so hard-working. They are taught discipline and perseverance. It will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside knowing your child is in this kind of environment. We just got back from a tournament with other martial arts schools. Humbleness aside, Austin Karate Kids stood out. Yes, their katas were precise and beautiful, their sparring was skillful, but most important, their behavior was humble and respectful. Teachers of other schools noticed that too and complemented Sensei Chip. And about Sensei Chip: he was born and raised in Romania, one of the best places to learn and master Shotokan karate. He has a very strong presence in class. He expects a lot from the students and pushes them to be their personal best. And boy, do they look up to him and admire him. He teaches them so much more than kicks and punches. He teaches them to navigate through life, never ever give up, and be kind. Fast forward 6 years… both of our sons AND my husband are training at Austin Karate for Kids. It is such a big part of their life. We signed up at first to learn self-defense and get some exercise, but they are getting so much more from it. It is so true, karate is a way of life. " Read more

Your boxing questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much are boxing classes?

Boxing classes cost $25 to $35 per group class or $75 to $200 per month on average. Total prices depend on the location, experience, and how often you meet. On top of the cost of lessons, you may need to buy the following equipment:

  • Wraps or gauze: $5 to $20
  • Boxing gloves: $20 to $80
  • Mouth guard: $10 to $20

What are the weight classes in boxing?

There are 17 different weight classes in boxing that help prevent injury and promote fair fights. Only people in the same weight class can box with each other. The lightest class is called Strawweight and is for people that weigh 105 to 107 pounds. The largest is Heavyweight and is for people over 200 pounds.

Are boxing classes worth it?

Boxing classes are worth it if you're looking for a good whole-body workout or want to learn self-defense. Boxing is easier to learn and inexpensive compared to many gym memberships or martial arts classes.

Boxing is not only a good cardio workout, it also works out the arms, legs, and core. This fighting style also releases tension in a safe environment while helping you reach fitness goals.

How many boxing classes should I attend per week?

Most people attend boxing classes 1 to 3 times per week, though this depends on your budget and schedule. For the best results, consider exercising at the gym or at home in between classes to build strength and endurance.

What should I wear to a boxing class?

Wear comfortable, lightweight clothing and shoes to a boxing class. Most people wear shorts and a T-shirt or tank top. Remember to bring a water bottle and small towel to hydrate and remove sweat during the workout.

How do I hire a boxing trainer?

Start by searching our list of boxing classes, then:

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  • Choose a gym that is licensed and experienced.
  • Get a written estimate and schedule before the classes begin.
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After asking questions and verifying credentials, hire the best boxing instructor in your area.

What questions should I ask boxing instructors?

When looking for local boxing classes, ask these questions:

  • How long have you been teaching boxing classes?
  • Are you licensed and insured?
  • How many students do you have?
  • Are you experienced teaching beginners?
  • Do you have any current openings?
  • Are there any other people in my weight class here?
  • How often would you recommend meeting based on my experience level?
  • Can I have an estimate or contract in writing?

Reviews for Cedar Park boxing classes

Recent success stories from people in the Cedar Park area.
Drew K.
White Rock Kenshinkan teaches traditional karate in a relaxed, Austin style. The classes are fairly small so there are many opportunities to dive deep into the techniques and history that is taught and to really study the art of karate. There are several black belts of varying skill levels to give a good mix of instruction, and there is a good amount of time to work on the various techniques at each skill level. Many students also have experience with, or even black belts in, another martial style. WRKK incorporates traditional karate, self-defense (tuite), and weaponry (kobudo) into a complete package. Tradition is observed and taught (including using proper Okinawan terminology and etiquette) without it becoming onerous and simply a method to enforce uniformity. WRKK enjoys a rich connection to the Honbu dojo in Okinawa, with many opportunities to train with and learn from our Grandmaster Fusei Kise, his son Isao Kise (the current president of our federation), and other high-ranking experts in this style of karate on a wide variety of subjects. WRKK is not a "McDojo" - the instructors strive to ensure that all students not only know how to perform the techniques but also truly understand them at their current level before moving on to the next. At WRKK, you don't just "learn" karate moves or techniques - you study them. We have fun, we train hard, we ask questions, and we seek to train the best martial artists that we can at any skill level. Stop on by and observe a class or two, or better yet: jump on in and join us! You'll be glad you did!
White Rock Kenshinkan Karate Dojo
Chris M.
Great start for my daughter, love the 1 on 1 couldn't ask for better
Kick Butt Kids ATX
Dorothy W.
My son has been going to Pflugerville Martial Arts Acamedy for a couple of years for After School Program and the Karate program. We are a military who traveled all around the world and visited many after school facilities. I can honestly say that the staff and owner will do anything to protect, teach and provide the best after school care for any child enrolled. I would like to say Thank You to the Owners and Staff for always being caring and professional when I walked through your doors.
Pflugerville Martial Arts Academy/ C.O.B.R.A. Self Defense of Austin
Kevin
Great instructor. He teaches respect and skills, not just belts. When you get a new belt, you know you earned it.
Austin Karate for Kids
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