Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, and Bruce Lee all have something in common. These legendary figures spend many hours in boxing gyms honing their skills and methods. Women are now participating in the testosterone-dominated sport, with many of them doing so not just for self-defence but also to stay in shape. With that, Glitz is presenting the best boxing gyms in this helpful and informative list if you’re thinking of picking up this handy sport.
1. Onyx MMA
|Address||10 Science Centre Rd, #01-02, Singapore 609079|
|Operation hours||Every day (7am – 10pm)|
|Contact||+65 8727 2788|
Since its inception in 2011, Onyx MMA has established itself as one of Singapore’s most recognised boxing schools. Its flagship location on West Coast Road is distinguished by a vast open-air compound with no air conditioning, zinc roofing, or barriers other than wire fences.
However, after you get beyond the gritty nature of it all, you’ll find that the gym is one of the ideal places to work out while acclimating your body to the tropical temperature. The area is well-equipped with punching bags, gloves, and even a boxing ring, where kids who show an aptitude for the sport spar. From Tuesday through Saturday, there are boxing courses offered.
2. King of Strength Boxing Gym
|Address||345 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758354|
|Operation hours||Every day (3:30pm – 10pm)|
|Contact||+65 6969 3129|
If you consider yourself a capable fighter, check out King of Strength Boxing Gym, which offers a competitive training programme in addition to the typical personal and group training that most gyms provide. This gym is more ideal for experienced students aiming to get into the competitive arena, with classes starting at just $29 per lesson. You’ll be guaranteed to strengthen your mental game and crush your next opponent with courses covering boxing tactics and methods that aren’t all about athleticism.
|Address||33A Hongkong St, Singapore 059672|
|Operation hours||Every day (7am – 9pm)|
|Contact||+65 6252 3254|
Legends Fight Sport will ensure that you are immersed in the sport at all times. One of Singapore’s boxing legends will teach you all about the required boxing methods, exercises, skills, and tactics at this gym. Muhadmad Ridhwan, also known as The Chosen Wan, a former national team captain who is also the only boxing coach in Singapore to have obtained an International Olympic Committee scholarship to study coaching, will lead the classes. Each session starts at $40 and is sold as a bundle of five sessions for such premium tutelage.
4. Spartans Boxing Club
|Address||1 Sophia Rd, #03-40 Peace Centre, Singapore 228149|
|Operation hours||Every day (7am – 9:30pm)|
|Contact||+65 9233 6151|
Boxing is more than simply a lonely sport. A family boxing lesson is available at Spartan Boxing Club for you and your child to participate in as a pleasant bonding activity. It’s also Singapore’s first boxing gym with an outdoor boxing option, allowing you to enjoy your daily dosage of Vitamin D while working out.
The gym offers ten various sites in Singapore, ranging from Jurong to Pasir Ris, so you’re likely to find one close to you. Children under the age of 12 receive a 50% discount, so bring your kids along the next time you’re searching for a fun activity for family day.
5. BoOm Singapore
|Address||62 Cecil St, B1-00 TPI Building, Singapore 049710|
|Operation hours||Every day (7am – 9:30pm)|
|Contact||+65 6224 0323|
Sign up for a BoOm Singapore boxing session if you just want to try your hand at boxing in a fun setting. Their trademark 45-minute cardio and resistance programme, which starts at $38 per session, is sure to challenge you to your limits. Bag work, shadow boxing, strength and conditioning, and other HIIT workouts are all mixed into one in this workout. There would be no need to lose momentum while waiting for others because each person will have their own weights station.
6. The Ring Boxing
|Address||58 Kim Yam Rd, #01-01, Singapore 239359|
|Operation hours||Every day (7am – 8:30pm)|
|Contact||+65 6385 1488|
Classes at The Ring Boxing start at $19.98. Foundational lessons and interval-based boxing are available, as well as Muay Thai and HIIT with sparring sessions. If you have little children who enjoy running and jumping around, you may enrol them in special kids-only sessions for $26.50 each session, which will teach them boxing and Muay Thai. They will not only get great exercise from specialised trainers, but they will also learn the importance of hard effort and discipline.
7. Juggernaut Fight Club
|Address||275 Beach Rd, #01-01, Singapore 199549|
|Operation hours||Every day (11am – 10pm)|
|Contact||+65 9620 4376|
Juggernaut Fight Club offers a wide range of mixed martial arts disciplines, but boxing is taken very seriously. The establishment, which was founded by the current coach of national boxer Tay Jiawei, has produced a number of medallists, including Nurshaidah ‘The Sniper’ Roslie, Singapore’s first female professional boxer. If you’re a beginner, the Beginner Boxing class is advised, but the Fight Conditioning classes are recommended if you want to improve your stamina and strength while laying a firm foundation.
8. Evolve MMA
|Address||26 China Street, #01-01 Far East Square, Singapore 049568|
|Operation hours||Every day (6:30am – 11pm)|
|Contact||+65 6536 4525|
When it comes to boxing, Evolve MMA needs no introduction, as it employs a slew of world champions as teachers. The gym, while far finer than the others on the list, takes boxing just as seriously, with lessons ranging from foundation building to fine-tuning your footwork and blows. You’ll learn from teachers like Drian Francisco, who is not just a WBA Boxing World Champion, but also a fighter who has trained with legends like Manny Pacquiao.