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Boxing Gym - Ann Arbor and environs

CunningSmeagol

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I am interested in learning to box. I would like to find a gym in or around Ann Arbor that is reputable and can help me learn. Anyone know of one?
 

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Originally Posted by CunningSmeagol
I am interested in learning to box. I would like to find a gym in or around Ann Arbor that is reputable and can help me learn. Anyone know of one?

Somebody? Advice on how to find one?

I am a strong, fit motherfucker, but I don't know how to handle myself. I've never been hit.
 

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Originally Posted by CunningSmeagol
Somebody? Advice on how to find one?

I am a strong, fit motherfucker, but I don't know how to handle myself. I've never been hit.


http://www.boxinghelp.com/gyms.html

You'll get all the hitting you want in anywhere from 2-9 months depending on how often you go and how hard you go while you're there.. You're probably not fit enough either. You may be, but I'd start warming up with a 3 mile run before any of your workouts to get ready.

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