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Top 10 boxing classes in Renton, WA

Students agree: these instructors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Ishi Yama Battojutsu

Ishi Yama Battojutsu

New on Lessons
Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
35+ years in business
Serves Renton, WA
Students in these classes learn personal protection techniques and gain insight into the modern application of the ancient way of Japanese style swordsmanship.
NW School Of Karate

NW School Of Karate

5.0(4)
26+ years in business
Serves Renton, WA
Sam M. says, "Sensei Greg Sommers-Herivel has taught our son since 2015. His patience and outstanding ways of teaching have been key to keep our son attending and growing at NW School of Karate. The new location is great!!" Read more
Sensei Gregory C Lewis' Modern Karate

Sensei Gregory C Lewis' Modern Karate

New on Lessons
18+ years in business
Serves Renton, WA
Modern Karate is comprehensive, real-world self-defense instruction and more. THIS karate employs a broad range of techniques including powerful strikes, kicks, throws, chokes, joint locks, ground-fighting, and improvised weaponry; brought together with up-to-date strategy and tactics for self-preservation from a variety of carefully selected, credible, peer-reviewed sources. Sensei Gregory C. Lewis has been involved in the martial arts since 1978. His studies have included Boxing, Taekwondo, Wing Chun Kung-Fu, Thai Kickboxing, Traditional Japanese Bare-Knuckle/Full-Contact Karate, and Brazilian Jujitsu. In 2006, he began to spread his ...
Garage Chung Do Kwan

Garage Chung Do Kwan

New on Lessons
1 hire on Lessons
8+ years in business
Serves Renton, WA
I teach martial arts/self defense privately, keeping classes very small, no more than 4 students at a time.

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:

  • Get 3+ free estimates to compare.
  • Read their reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Choose a gym that is licensed and experienced.
  • Get a written estimate and schedule before the classes begin.
  • Follow a payment schedule instead of making large payments up front.

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 Renton boxing classes

Recent success stories from people in the Renton area.
Josh R.
Sensei Greg is a knowledgeable teacher who gives fantastic examples. He works really well with any age group. I had 2 - 9 year olds in the program and he constantly found ways to engage them and make them interested in learning more. The students advance without feeling like they're on a conveyor belt. Progress is made through earning the knowledge not just putting in time as opposed to other dojos I've seen. Fantastic dojo!!!
NW School of Karate
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