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What was one of the first sports to receive national press in America? Hint: it wasn’t baseball. Boxing. Ripe with history and Hollywood glamorization, boxing is one of America’s oldest and most respected sports. So why not try it? With Elite Plus MMA, you’ll learn basic boxing techniques...
$25
Get ready for the high-intensity workout of your dreams. The class begins with a quick warm-up of jump rope, push-ups, squats, sit-ups, and stretches. From there, you’re ready to hit the ring. With a partner, you’ll focus on shadow boxing, practicing jabs and hooks. As the muscles begin to...
$25
How would you rate your self-defense or overall fitness? How does a physically exhausting workout sound? You need a dab of boxing in your life. After exploring the history of one of America’s oldest and most respected sports, you’ll develop a strong boxing foundation by working on the basic...
$10
Free!
Is the stress of New York City getting to you? Need a way to burn off some steam and let a little aggression out? Church Street Boxing has the perfect class for you! This boxing class combines many traditional elements of boxing with recent developments in the sport and fitness in general. You’ll ...
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Boxing is one of America’s oldest and most respected sports. Don’t let the basic concept fool you, however, because it’s also one of most technical and rigorous workouts around. With Nexus NYC, learn basic boxing techniques such as proper foot movements, blocking, and punches. This...
$10
You idolize all the greats: Muhammad Ali, Rocky Marciano, George Foreman (and not just because he gave the world the greatest grill it’s ever known). These were some of the world’s most celebrated boxers and now you, too, can be just like them. In this boxing class, learn boxing fundamentals,...
$20
Add a little diversity to your fitness routine with this class that fuses Western boxing with Eastern Muay Thai to give you the ultimate workout. You will learn how to correctly kick, punch, and use your elbows, as well as clinch to control your opponent’s posture. This program also integrates...
$35
The art of boxing is essential to not only learning, but mastering basic foot movements and punching combinations. A typical boxing class consists of a series of rounds: shadow boxing, jump rope, heavy bags, speed bags, and mitt work, one on one, with the instructor. This class focuses on...
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In this corner is the fittest man in the South Bronx. And in this corner resides the slightly scrawny, girly-man from Midtown. Fight! Now, you won’t be fighting anyone from the South Bronx in this class, but you will instead, get fit, learn self-defense, and improve your overall wellness in this...
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$16
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Did you know boxing’s one of the oldest sports in existence? The simple art of fighting another person never gets old, apparently. Interested in punching like Tyson? Floating like Ali? You can learn it all with the help of Boxing for All. This class teaches you boxing fundamentals such as...
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I've always wanted to learn how to box like Tyson. I can roll with the punches. Vimbly, where in NYC can I learn this?

Boxing dates back to carvings from the 3rd millennium BC -- we're talking old, here. But how hard could throwing a few punches be? Very hard. Boxing tests strength, endurance, reflexes, and mental toughness. Ask a boxer how easy it is to "roll with the punches."

With the sport widely considered among the toughest in the world, many people are itching to test their strength. It can be intimidating finding the perfect gym with the media glamorizing boxing gyms as underground basements where not everybody is welcome. So where do you look? Vimbly, that's where. Offering a curated list of boxing options in NYC, you won't need to waste time Googling gyms or searching behind alleys. On the website, simply select a time and book a class. We made the site so you can use it very nimbly -- "Vimbly!"