Thursday, April 24, 2014

Inspiration

Please Sir May I Have Another?

by Doug Ward on October 13, 2011

“I’m more afraid of the man whom has practiced 1 punch 1,000 times than the man who has practiced 1,000 punches 1 time.”   ~Confucius Constantly revisit and drill fundamentals. You’re never, never too good to practice the basics.  Repetition may not be fun, but it is effective. Doug Ward is the President and Trainer for […]

“When I come out I have supreme confidence but I’m scared to death.  I’m totally afraid.  I’m afraid of everything.  I’m afraid of losing.  I’m afraid of being humiliated.” “The closer I get to the ring, the more confidence I get.” ” Once I get to the ring, I’m a god…”                  […]

Jabs From Blydell – No Room for Lazy

by Blydell Martin on October 10, 2011

Put forth the effort to correct mistakes in your technique no matter how much time it takes.  Lazy effort is one of the main ingredients for failure. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE Boxing Club in Olathe, KS.

Jabs from Blydell – It’s All About the Training

by Blydell Martin on October 7, 2011

All fighters have bravery and courage in common but the fighter that trains the hardest, pushes his body to the limit, and sacrifices the most will be more likely to win the battle. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE Boxing Club in Olathe, KS.

TBC Success Stories – Leah

by TITLE Boxing on January 1, 2011

TITLE Boxing Club provides many opportunities for health and wellness. For some members,  their experience inside the club can merge into their professional lives. Leah Foster, Lee’s  Summit TITLE Boxing Club member, shares how she did just that after achieving her weight loss  goals and meeting massage therapist, Arlene Williams. I have been a member […]