TITLE Boxing Club

Greensboro

3373 Battleground Ave., Greensboro, NC 27410 336.370.6673 greensboro@titleboxingclub.com Open Today: class times, 3pm-8pm Monday: class times, 3pm-8pm Tuesday: class times, 3pm-8pm Wednesday: class times, 3pm-8pm Thursday:class times, 3pm-8pm Friday: class times, 3pm-7pm Saturday: 8am - 11:30am Sunday: 10:30am - 2pm

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Hayley

Hayley is an amateur Muay Thai fighter from Maryland. She trains several different martial arts but her favorite discipline is Muay Thai, which she has been training since early 2019. Hayley is completely dedicated to her sport and consistently gives her all. In addition to fighting, Hayley also enjoys weight-lifting, dancing, and cooking!

My personal mantra:
Be first, be last

My training style is:
authentic

My why:
I need to be the best and to help others to do their best.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Fighting is the one thing I love most in this world. I am a fighter, through and through, and helping other people discover their inner fighter is important to me.

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Randall

Randall grew up in rural NC close to the Virginia border.  Randall joined the Army and he has served for almost 9 years and experienced multiple deployments. Randall got into MMA and boxing nearly 6 years ago as way to not only stay fit physically, but also mentally sharp. Randall is still serving as a Drill Sergeant, Combatives Instructor, and Infantry Soldier in the US Army.

My personal mantra:
Train to fight, train to win, know when to fight, and how to win without fighting.

My training style is:
transformative

My why:
I chose to become a trainer at Title Boxing Club because I connected with Title back in 2018 when I was a member and looking for a gym. It became more than a gym, it became a family and a home Now I get to serve the members and the community by helping others find a stronger side of themselves by motivating them to always push just a little bit harder.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
I’d say that my sheer will to win and to never stop. I tell my soldiers, I’m always going to train just as hard as them because if I don’t push myself then how can I push someone else to do the same. Having a family to fight for and people I cherish to take care of is another critical factor.

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Elena

Elena, originally from Charlotte, NC, came to Greensboro in 2012 to pursue her graduate studies. While working at UNCG as a higher education professional, Elena found the best workout of her life when she became a member at our club back in 2018. In fact, she loved TITLE so much that she decided to make fitness her full-time career. Elena transitioned from TITLE member to TITLE coach & manager (and obtained her ACE Fitness Personal Trainer certification) in 2020. You can catch her working at the desk, teaching classes, training clients, and (when she’s not at the club) sipping some coffee in all of her favorite Greensboro coffee shops.

My personal mantra:
If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you.

My training style is:
heart

My why:
I want to show people - especially those who are new to boxing and fitness - that they are strong, resilient, and capable of doing amazing things when they commit to challenging themselves.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Seeing others around me push themselves to their greatest limits....and then trying to keep up with them! For me, friendly competition keeps my workouts fun and focused.

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Law

Law grew up in the Wilmington, NC area and moved to Greensboro a little over 5 years ago.  He enjoys participating in all sports, outdoor activities, and extreme sports.  Searching for an alternative to weight lifting, Law found boxing/kickboxing almost 4 years ago and never looked back.  Like Laura, Law is a huge Duke fan.  Go Blue Devils!!  (editor’s note – Laura is a die hard Wolfpacker !)

My personal mantra:
Be a YES

My training style is:
authentic

My why:
There is a "next level" inside all of us. If I can help others find the strength to keep pushing and achieve results they never thought possible, I have done my job.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Life is not always easy. We are challenged every day and we all fail. Your response is what ultimately matters. I fight to learn, improve, and rise above it all. Never stop fighting to move forward.

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Jaleel

Jaleel Hunt is a DIE HARD PHILADELPHIA EAGLES fan (Fly Eagles Fly). Jaleel also loves all sports talk shows but his favorite is Skip and Shannon, Undisputed. In addition to  being an avid consumer of sports,   Jaleel’s favorite past time includes consuming all forms of story lines: books, music, movies, poetry, comics…You name it!

My personal mantra:
Discipline. Determination. Grit

My training style is:
heart

My why:
Because it is necessary.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The need to conquer the impossible.

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Ali

Ali grew up in Sarasota, Florida. She has been boxing since the age of 18 when she tried it, while looking for a fun, new sport. Boxing gave Ali such a feeling of empowerment, it was passion at first punch! She worked at TITLE Boxing Club in Florida and started at the Greensboro TITLE Boxing Club after moving to North Carolina for law school. Ali loves all martial arts, exercise, hiking, art, reading and dance.

My personal mantra:
Be fearless in your pursuit of expansion.

My training style is:
energetic

My why:
Train hard to fight easy— work hard to live easy.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
I have always been inspired by my grandmother, a super strong woman who spent her whole life defying gender roles and empowering others.

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Rachael

Rachael has lived in Greensboro for 8 years. Rachael and her husband have two children, a son, 19  and daughter,  12. Rachael has loved to exercise as long as she can remember and always wanted to teach group classes. She has been a kickboxing trainer for over 3 years.

 

 

My personal mantra:
It doesn’t matter how many times you get knocked down. It only matters how many times you get back up.

My training style is:
Connected

My why:
I am motivated to help others to help themselves. In turn, they help me want to be the best I can be. I love to see people work harder and achieve more than they thought possible. I love to see the changes made in the whole person when goals are reached.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
I have always been a fighter and it’s been a good thing since I have faced many traumas and tragedies in my life. I have been through two armed robberies, a divorce, and my second husband passing away when our baby was 5 months old. Through all of those times I have managed to pick myself up and keep fighting. My family, friends, and faith are what give me my fighting spirit.

Our Club & Community

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Meet the Ellison Family,

WHY BOXING?

It is a question I field a lot. The quick answer, it is complicated.

The last five years have served up a series of surprises for our family. For a group that typically walks the straight-and-narrow that would rarely be found without a plan, some of these unforeseens felt catastrophic. How does one plan for a friend and neighbor to steal your life savings in an investment scheme? Rarely is anyone prepared for a phone call that your spouse has been in a devastating accident, I certainly was not.

Lucky for us, unlike most victims of fraud we were able to recoup a large amount of our savings but that “win” came with a two year legal battle and months of uncertainty. Mike survived seven cervical spine fractures but still struggles daily physically. His accident brought our entire family closer to support him.

These events put our family on a trajectory that we would have never imagined or predicted But on the other side of both events we realized that we were strong and resilient. Never ones to take risk, we came to the realization that the “safe” future we imagined was not in the cards and we needed to take control.

Boxing was control. ESPN did a comprehensive ranking of 60 different sports and found that the toughest sport was boxing. They looked at 10 different categories including degree of difficulty, speed and eye-hand coordination. The category that pushed boxing ahead of all other sports – NERVE. So for a family that had been pushed so far out of our comfort zones, we seemed to have a fresh dose of nerve.

TITLE Boxing welcomes all bodies, weights and abilities. From the stressed out mom (insert my picture here) to the overwhelmed employee, to the the person fighting a battle no one knows about. There is something truly magical about hitting that heavy bag and we are here to help you harvest that magic and win your “fight”. It might take nerve to walk in the first time, but determination will bring you back. Why boxing? Why not.

Success Stories

Shannon’s Success Story

Tuesday December 14, 2021

Success is defined as “the accomplishment of an aim or purpose."  For TITLE Boxing Club Greensboro member Shannon, success was finding a gym that aided in strengthening both mind and body. Shannon came to TITLE Boxing Club after a previous boxing gym membership left a desire for a better connection to the workout and the trainers. Shannon fell away from that gym’s workouts but quickly realized how paramount boxing was in helping balance stress levels and mental health, and so began the search for a new boxing gym. “I knew I needed to find a way back into a gym that aligned with my values, physically and mentally. I needed to move my body in a way that wasn't just working out for the sake of working out. I needed a workout that would help me get the anxious energy out of my body and help me get a grasp...

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FAQ's

I’ve heard the classes are intense; do I need to be in great shape to do the workouts?

It doesn’t matter if you haven’t worked out in a while or have never boxed before, you can finish the workout feeling great! You’ll see that everyone goes at their own pace, but believe us that once you’re here, you’ll be inspired to give it your very best!

What makes TITLE different than other fitness studios?

Boxing is a great workout, perhaps one of the most challenging of all sports, and we want to bring you the intensity of the training, minus the impact. We’ll teach you how to roll with the punches by pushing you further than you thought possible.

I’m new to boxing; will someone show me the basics?

You bet! All of our classes are taught by instructors who will show you the ropes from the beginning. We’ll help you wrap your hands and walk you through the basic fundamentals. Everyone in class is at a different level, so take a deep breath and go at your own pace!

Do you have showers?

We do have a private shower for you to clean up after your workout and please bring any essentials you may need!