Steps when starting a boxing club

by Koa Makai
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If you have never thought of starting a boxing club, you should. It is a fun and interesting thing to do together with people who would like to come together with a common interest. Probellum Boxing is one of these such groups. With the success they have, you and your friends can actually make something out of it. After a while, you realize that you can add a cope of more people into your club. The only thing left to do is work on is figure out the logistics of the entire thing. Here are the steps you should take when you start a boxing club.

Learn about boxing

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when starting a boxing club is not knowing what boxing is all about. For you to know how the boxing world is, you need to do your research. You will often realize that there is so much to the sport, and you had no idea.

While you might not lay the sport, even as an amateur, getting to it will help you appreciate it even better. Get a trainer and learn the basics of the game. In doing this, you can build a club that will not be all about talk but about one that has enough activities to keep the members involved. You can organize friendly boxing matches, which can be a great way to meet up with your friends.

Another thing you can do to help you learn about the history of boxing and the phenomenal figures in the said world. Most of them played such a huge role in the world of boxing, so if you get to know about them, then you can implement the lessons they taught in your club. It can be a point of reference during your boxing meetings.

Get a friend

Once you have learned the basics of boxing, the next thing you need to do is get a friend. A friend will help you to go about the sport with the most professionalism. They can be your sparring partner, and they will form an integral part of the club. Since you will need more members, it helps if you start by getting a friend you know is also into the sport. You can do a couple of matches with them to see how they will perform before you ask them if they are interested in joining the club.


Schedule a meetup

Once you have a couple more friends who are willing to join you, the next step is to plan a meetup. These are some of the things you need to look at when scheduling this meet up:

  • Get a venue: since you will be meeting with a couple of people, you need to get a venue for the same. Talk to your local gym or the local sports center and see if they can get you some time for the meet.
  • Choose a date and time: with a clear date and time schedule, you can get members to come together every so often. Talk to the people who will join the club and ensure they are on board with the dates you have set. Once you get them on board, then you can go about debating on the date and time of the meeting.
  • Have professionals come in: since you might all be amateurs at the game, you can have trainers at these meetings. They are there to ensure no one gets hurt, and you all learn together as a team. You can also have the seasoned players of the group work together with you when it comes to these sessions, so you do not have to pay a lot of money on trainers each time you have a meeting,

Get boxing equipment

There is no way you will get into boxing and not have the right equipment with you. While it might seem like a far reach, it helps if you can get equipment for you and the club members, you can ask everyone to get their own, or if you have the funds, you can get some for the members. It will ensure that everyone gets to participate without an issue.

Recruit more people

Once the training starts, you can figure out if you have the right number of people or you want your club to grow. You can call out for other people who might want to join and make the club get more people.

Running a club is something noble that will give you something to look forward to. If you want to start then the best time is now. You might just get people who are willing to come together to support a good cause and spend their money in building the club into something big.


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