View Full Version : another " where to start" question


fluckz
02-20-2005, 06:04 PM
i'm near los angeles and looking for a good boxing gym/trainer.
i'm wondering if there's anyone here around my area who can recommend a good place to start (i wanna compete in the amateurs)
i'm near burbank, in the los angeles county, if anyone can give me some tips i'd appreciate it

[edit: oh yeah, i might be moving to culver city soon. as for my body, i'm 5'11 about 180, a litlte overweight. 17 years old almost 18. the lightest i've been is 145 after a couple years starving and just running a lot. i'm guessing i'd be a natural middleweight but not sure.]

Tha Greatest
02-21-2005, 03:48 PM
i'm near los angeles and looking for a good boxing gym/trainer.
i'm wondering if there's anyone here around my area who can recommend a good place to start (i wanna compete in the amateurs)
i'm near burbank, in the los angeles county, if anyone can give me some tips i'd appreciate it

[edit: oh yeah, i might be moving to culver city soon. as for my body, i'm 5'11 about 180, a litlte overweight. 17 years old almost 18. the lightest i've been is 145 after a couple years starving and just running a lot. i'm guessing i'd be a natural middleweight but not sure.]

wassup man

welcome to tha boards

Wild Card Gym ran by Freddie Roach is a GREAT GYM!!!!

zip
02-21-2005, 05:25 PM
i've always wondered about the gyms ran by damous guys like roach. can anyone join them??

m00ks
02-21-2005, 06:38 PM
i've always wondered about the gyms ran by damous guys like roach. can anyone join them??

50 bucks a month!

zip
02-22-2005, 05:21 AM
wooo~~

that answears it :P

fluckz
02-22-2005, 03:20 PM
cool, i've heard of wild card, but i'm not sure where it is. is it downtown or something? thanks for the tip