Beginners Boxing Lessons

Beginners Boxing Lessons

5.0 (2)
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1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

Boxing has been a big part of my life every since I started about 4 years ago. I’ve learned a lot, more than I realized, it has taught me so much, discipline, mental fortitude, respect, confidence, how to lose weight, and of course how to defend myself. 

I wanted to help introduce others to this sport that has helped me so much, I will teach you how to ACTUALLY box, I will teach you the techniques, foundations, everything that you need to know to confidently box yourself!

If you want to see the things I do with boxing you can check out my Instagram @JackieScamm

I get to help people improve their WHOLE life, once you start boxing, your confidence goes up, your discipline, everything does!

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Houston, TX 77066
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2 Reviews


  • Nathan Brueckner

    Very informative and I learned a lot from my one lesson, not having any knowledge of boxing before. Went through warm up by jumping rope first, focused on stances second, movements third, and simple punches last, then focusing on throwing punches while moving and keeping stance. It was all very good and Nicholas does a great job teaching. I would definitely recommend his lessons.

  • Dylan Wheeler

    He was a good coach, he focused a lot on fundamentals if that's what you really want. He doesn't really let you progress if you don't have it down, which can be annoying but I know it's for the best. Definitely give him a try!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Well first and foremost I try to get to know their goals a bit, their fitness level, and we go from there.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have trained with former WBF Welterweight and former Silver medal Olympian Jaime "El Torito" Lerma in Waco at the Waco Boxing Club.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$30/hr once I think you're at the level that my training is most beneficial to you (The industry average is $50-60/hr).

In my experience, the first 3-4 lessons are a lot of just getting the most basic of foundations down. So for those, I only charge $20/hr. 

How did you get started teaching?

I taught a couple of my friends at first, they liked it, so I decided to start teaching different people for money. 

What types of students have you worked with?

Mainly complete beginners but a couple of people who already have experience boxing.

Age wise most of them are in their 20's. 

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