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Repton Boxing Club Review, Joining Proceedure and Opening times
Repton Boxing Club is the oldest established Boxing Gym in the country. The club is affiliated with the A.B.A. and is a Gym for serious, Competitive Amateur Boxing and not to be confused with the type of Boxing classes provided by leisure centres. The Gym oozes energy and character and is has been the birthplace of over 500 National champions. The standard of Boxing is of international standard, competitive and is definately not a place for the PC Brigade or faint hearted.
Hence the Club's Motto ‘Non Viscara…Non Gloria’ (No Guts...No Glory)
There are no Beginners classes or Box-to keep-fit Classes other than our Female Boxing section which started at the beginning of 2015...see below for Class times.
If you are an Amateur Boxer and feel you can progress no further at your existing club, feel free to come along to The Repton to have a chat with one of our coaches about your situation. We welcome any young boxer who has the potential, determination and hunger to become a high achiever in Amateur Boxing.
Any new members over the age of 17, wanting to Join The Repton should come along to the club on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 5pm & 7;30pm, to consult with our New Senior Coach Gary McCarthy or Coach Gary Cook first, before commencing any training session. Juniors who want to join the club, between the Age of 10 and 16 should come along on a Tuesday or a Thursday between 4:30 -7:30pm to see Head Junior Coach Bobby Beck Sr.
We have a Saturday Morning Nursery for 7-10 year olds, which usually opens between 10:30am and 1pm. The boys are taught how to skip and how to use the co-ordination between their hands and feet, then how to use them for boxing skills. Anyone who would like thier boys to join, should come along to the club on a saturday morning and speak to Head Coach Fred Buckland (07979 688 854) or Assistant caoch Johnny Vaughn.
Our Original Senior coach Tony Burns has been at the club for over 45 years, has been to 10 Olympic games with Repton Boxers and has been awarded an MBE by the Queen for his services to Amateur Boxing. Between them Our Coaches have over 200 years of valuable experience to pass on to Club Members who have what it takes to become Champions. As from September 2014 Tony has retired from this position and handed the responsibility of Head Coach to Gary McCarthy. Anyone over the age of 17 wanting to join the club must first come to the club to speak with Gary to see if there are any Vacancies.
All boxers are given a 3 week trial period, to get in shape. After that time, if you want to carry on you will be expected to start sparring and make a commitment to the club, to represent the club as a Repton Boxer. From that time you will be expected to start paying subs as an official member of the club. The current membership ( 2013/14 season fees are unchanged) fees are £40 per year JUNIOR and £70 per year SENIOR.
Mon/Wed/Fri 4.30- 7.30 pm Seniors (17-28 years of age)
Tue & Thur 4.30 - 7.30 pm Juniors (11-16 years of age)
Sat 10:30 am - 1pm Nursery (7-10 years of age)
Sat 2pm - 4pm Ladies Only Female Boxing with Ladies Coach Kellie Omer
Sun 10.30 am - 1.30 pm General use for all Boxers preparing for competitions etc.
MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION - (Season 2013/14 Subs) JUNIOR £50 PER YEAR / SENIOR £80 PER YEAR / SATURDAY MORNING NURSURY £1 PER BOY PER SESSION
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