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Old 05-07-2010, 07:24 PM #1
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Default Looking for a good boxing gym.

Just sweet science laboratory as I think I'll call them now.

I am training in Bulldog gym in Muay Thai, but I am looking towards more of a boxing gym, one that trains fighters with the opportunity to compete Amateur. In addition, preferrably they also run normal classes so that I don't just go into the gym and beat the bag and feel like I really don't learn anything.

I used to go PCYC Burwood before for a bit, but I only train in the mornings, and when I did decide to train at night, I heard the trainers never show up. With me looking for a hopefully 9 to 5, I'd like to get some sweet science lessons right after work, preferrably in the city area.

Boxingworks is one option, but I like to look for another that's more boxing oriented and cheaper.

Thanks
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