Register to become an amateur boxer with Boxing NSW
Boxing style training sessions can also be enjoyed through many gyms and private trainers
Boxing is a high-energy combat sport, excellent for fitness, stamina and mental toughness.
The sport involves two participants of similar weight boxing each other in a series of three-minute rounds.
Victory is achieved by:
Participation in boxing usually requires training for at least several months with a trainer before you are ready to participate in a sparring match.
For boxing training, the basic equipment required is athletic footwear, hand wraps, bag gloves, punch mits and a heavy bag. Many of these may already be supplied at your local boxing/training gym. When you progress to sparring, you will need appropriate head and protective gear.
To get involved with boxing in NSW, you need to register to become an amateur boxer with Boxing NSW and train with a trainer at a local boxing club/facility. Your trainer will arrange a match through the matchmaker who will match you with opponents of a similar weight and skill level.
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