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Rob grew up a fan of boxing ever since watching Muhammad Ali on TV with his dad, however, Rob wouldn't become directly involved in the sport until some years later. In 2013, he was given the opportunity to participate as a fighter in the "Fight To End Cancer" event. After months of extensive training he stepped into the ring and it proved to be a life changing experience. He met people who would have a profound effect on him and would become a part of his family. This experience and these people only fueled his desire to become more involved in the sport. He continues to learn & train and is now a level 1 certified coach (apprentice level) working toward his level 2 (competition level) coaching designation.
Nate's first taste of boxing came when he was just 11 years old. Initially, his grandfather enrolled him in classes as a means of self defense as well as an outlet but it quickly evolved into more than that. He became engrossed and highly dedicated to the sport, becoming involved over the years in many aspects. Having spent most of his life inside a gym, Nate has realized that there is a lot more to boxing than meets the eye. The exposure to this sport has created such a positive difference in his life, that he has decided to take his talent outside of the ring. Nate now wants to help others with his unique coaching style and extensive knowledge of the sport.
Boxing as a sport requires a high level of athletic prowess: strength, speed, agility, hand-eye coordination, endurance, nerve, and power - just to name several required attributes.
Boxing as a fitness activity enables the average person to hone those same athletic skills, all without having to take a punch.
Here are a number of other reasons why:
1. Enhanced Cardiovascular Health
2. Improved Total-Body Strength
3. Better Hand-Eye Coordination
4. Decreased Stress
5. Improved Body Composition
6. Improved Confidence and Self-esteem