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Title Boxing Club Opens in Johns Creek

Johns Creek location first to open in state; expands to Alpharetta.

TITLE Boxing Club, a fitness concept that offers explosive total body boxing and kickboxing workouts, has recently opened locations in Johns Creek and Alpharetta. 

Designed by former professional boxer Danny Campbell, the Power Hour workout burns up to 1,000 calories and focuses on intense, fun and effective group boxing exercises and personal one-on-one training in a no-hassle atmosphere. These boxing and kickboxing workouts help members emotionally and physically, changing their lifestyle and leaving them feeling empowered.

“Consumers are tired of the same old traditional gym model and are searching for a workout program that will give them fast results they can actually see,” said Danny Campbell, co-founder and partner of TITLE Boxing Club. “The TITLE Boxing Club workout is based on a professional boxer’s training regimen, so it’s actually going to give members the results they want while at the same time changing them from a physical and mental level. This workout is catching fire, especially among women. They leave our clubs with an unmatched sense of empowerment. It changes their lives.”

Local entrepreneur Gerry Weir celebrated the grand opening of his newest TITLE Boxing Club in Alpharetta on Dec. 7 at 735 North Main St. The club is Weir’s second and follows the recent opening of his TITLE Boxing Club in Johns Creek, which opened on Nov. 3 at 8465 Holcomb Bridge Road. The Johns Creek location was the first TITLE Boxing Club to open in the state. 

“TITLE Boxing Club is filling a niche in the fitness industry as women ages 25-55 years old are the largest demographic taking part,” said Weir. “The 60-minute workout guarantees results and the non-threatening environment appeals to women. The concept is really catching fire and we’re excited to be able to offer such a fun, effective workout to residents in the area.” 

TITLE Boxing Club offers members an interval based workout program that combines bouts of intense cardio and boxing exercises with short periods of rest. This type of interval training provides the most effective work to rest ratio, optimizing the client’s results.

TITLE Boxing Club does not allow actual fighting, sparring or physical contact in its clubs, but rather encourages all participants at different fitness levels to workout at their own pace. Trained instructors lead the classes, each with different motivational styles and techniques. Some instructors focus on upper body training while others might incorporate more cardiovascular exercises into their session. During classes, members feed off of a group fitness atmosphere while music takes their mind off the intense effort so they workout harder, longer. 

The clean and well-organized layout of TITLE Boxing Club sets the stage for an untraditional workout experience. Each location is outfitted with a heavy bag station featuring suspended heavy bags where the Power group classes are held. Members can use the traditional fitness equipment including free weights and treadmills. Each TITLE Boxing Club location also features a retail shop where customers can purchase TITLE Boxing Club and TITLE Boxing gear and merchandise including t-shirts, boxing gloves and hand wraps.

“When you join the TITLE Boxing Club team, you are joining a family,” Campbell added. “We form a sort of community in the clubs and we strive for each and every member of that family to be successful. Unlike traditional gyms, we aren’t offering a social hour. You come here to work harder than you have ever worked before and leave with a new outlook on what fitness is all about and how it can change your life.”

For more information about TITLE Boxing Club, visit www.TITLEBoxingClub.com.

 

Catherine Zeety February 11, 2013 at 08:38 PM
What's the point of learning to "box" if you are clueless how to protect yourself? Women should learn self defense because looking good won't save you in a tough situation.

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