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I discovered boxing when I was 14 and I boxed at various different gyms around South East London. I knew boxing was a passion from early on, despite this I still completed a degree in Product Design and worked as a designer.  The design career was short lived; I went back to what I knew best, continued competing and eventually began coaching full time in 2016.  

As an amateur boxer I have had over 25 bouts and reached elite level. My most notable achievement was winning a gold medal in the 69kg division at the renowned International tournament: Haringey BoxCup. I also have professional Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) experience, another combat sport that interested me – I liked the idea of learning how to kick! I competed briefly at an amateur level then as a professional, fighting on a fast-growing UK promotion, the Muay Thai Grand Prix at the o2.

The more experience I gained in the ring competing and training, the more I got involved with coaching. The satisfaction from teaching and seeing students achieve their goals was greatly rewarding and it started to give me a new direction with the sport. Coaching slowly became more important, so I decided to put a pause on my fighting career and put all my attention into coaching. 

I have coached a wide range of students ranging from complete beginners, to white-collar contenders, to elite championship boxers. I believe good quality boxing training isn’t exclusive only to boxers and athletes. I am here to pass on my experience and knowledge to anyone wishing to give boxing a try. I have helped clients with various goals including weight loss, addiction and mental health. Boxing has seen a growth in popularity in the fitness industry for a good reason. It’s a full body strength and cardio workout like none other and whilst being put through your paces, you’ll learn the Noble Art of boxing or as some may call it the ‘Sweet Science’.  Get in touch and see how I may able to improve or compliment your lifestyle today.

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