TITLE Boxing Club in Maplewood, MO | Boxing Gym & Fitness Studio

TITLE Boxing Club

Maplewood

3515 S. Big Bend Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143 Call or TEXT 314-925-1523 Open Today: 6am - 7pm Monday: 6am - 8pm Tuesday: 6am - 8pm Wednesday: 6am - 8pm Thursday:6am - 8pm Friday: 6am - 7pm Saturday: 8am - 1pm Sunday: 11am - 1pm

The Original and Best Boxing Club

  • No Contact
  • No Pressure
  • No Fear

The most effective, no-touch fitness experience. Just you, your gloves and the bag. We’re in your corner.

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Meet Your Trainers

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Sumner

I was a basketball player in college looking for a little extra something to do during the off-season so tried one class at TITLE and got hooked. I fell in love with the energy of class and the opportunity to grow as an athlete. Trying something new that pushes you out of your comfort zone can be very rewarding.

My personal mantra:
Follow Through

My training style is:
Connected

My why:
Family

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Improvement. In all aspects of life my goal is to grow everyday and just be a little bit better.

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Matan

I entered the world of martial arts at the age of 10, starting off with Tae Kwon Do, and remained dedicated to the art up until I received my 3rd degree black belt. It was around then that I was introduced to Muay Thai for the first time, and so began a long-term relationship with the sport and its Western counterpart. It was at that point that I began to involve myself with any combat sport I could, such as wrestling while at school, and escreema. Now, working as a trainer at TBC, I get to share my passion for the sweet science with more people than I ever could have hoped for. One can expect my class to be high energy, focused heavily on bag work, and largely non-stop.

My personal mantra:
“Be like water” -Bruce Lee

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
Self-Empowerment

What gives me my fighting spirit:
 A never-satiated need to improve myself.

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Leslie

I started boxing back in 2013, because I had always wanted to try kickboxing. I also didn’t like what I saw in the mirror, then, so as a way to better myself mentally, physically and spiritually, I found myself at Title Boxing Club, were I found a life changing community. I’ve been around sports my whole life, whether watching my bro play football to playing softball and volleyball, to being a wrestling manager, THIS is in my BLOOD.

My personal mantra:
This is the hardest part of your day, better make it good.  

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
To become better than yesterday.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
To KEEP PUSHING. Nothing worth having comes easily, just keep going.

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Heather

I found Title after finishing physical therapy for a low back disc bulge and needed to maintain my fitness and core strength to avoid surgery. I loved it so much I began taking personal lessons for boxing/kickboxing technique, became an instructor, and became a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. I hold a B.S. in Biology as well as my Associates of Applied Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant which I currently work as full time.

My personal mantra:
Be brave enough to suck at something new.

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
I want to be a driving force for fitness by leading by example. I want to reap the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle as I age.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Hating the feeling of sucking at something new. It pushes me to want to stay committed and improve whatever the task.

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Jason

Active fighter when time permits. Huge fan of Muay Thai with backgrounds in boxing and kickboxing.

My personal mantra:
Remember you are half water.  If you can’t go through an obstacle, go around it.  Water does. —Margaret Atwood

My training style is:
Transforming

My why:
Why not?!

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Go past my personal best

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Luke

Luke was an 8-year marine where he spent most of his time with 1st battalion 5th Marines, out of Camp Pendleton as an infantryman.  He was a sergeant that did two combat tours in Iraq and a tour in the Pacific.  It was in the Marine Corps where he found his love for fighting because Marines are fighting men!  It started with the Marine Corps martial arts program where he became an instructor and, eventually, found Muay Thai and boxing.  Luke has been with TITLE Boxing Club Maplewood helping members improve their boxing and kickboxing for over 4 years.

My personal mantra:
Success is not owned - it’s leased, and rent is due every damn day. Training Style: High Intensity

My training style is:
Transforming

My why:
To stay fit and healthy and to be ready for anything that comes his way.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Family and love for the sport of boxing, kickboxing, and fitness in general.

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Zackery

Throughout high school, Zackery played football, competed in track & field, and competed in powerlifting. He qualified and competed in the AAU Junior Olympics and held records in the IPL and USPA powerlifting federations. After high school, Zackery continued with powerlifting and pursued strongman, which led him to become a North American Amateur Strongman Nation Qualifier and USS Amateur Strongman record holder. He found Kickboxing and Brazilian Jui Jitsu while living in The Colony, TX where he trained in Kickboxing/MMA under Evan Thompson. Zackery has always been a huge JCVD, Bruce Lee, and Jackie Chan fan along with others, so striking was always something he enjoyed visually, competitively, and as a workout.

My personal mantra:
“Just gotta keep movin' and groovin'.”

My training style is:
Authentic

My why:
Definitely my family. I want to set a great example for my little one, Piper.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The desire to push myself to the next level and be the best that I can be.

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Jason

Jason has been wrestling and playing baseball since he could walk; far more accomplished in wrestling as he was a four-time individual state medalist in high school including an individual state championship and continued wrestling D1 at Princeton.  Jason took his first TITLE class in 2016 as part of a company fitness challenge that Lauren ran. After he crawled out of the gym, he knew he had found a natural replacement for wrestling.  Scheduling made him give up coaching at SLUH, and as he learned more and more about the art of boxing, he knew he could get into training.

My personal mantra:
“Whatever your hands find to do, do it with all your might.”

My training style is:
Authentic

My why:
Because I never want to stop challenging myself and those around me.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The acknowledgement that you can always improve and find more to give.

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Drea

Drea Hawkins is a boxing/kickboxing instructor at TITLE Boxing Club Maplewood. Drea has been training at TBC Maplewood since 2013. She has a 2-0 kickboxing record and plans to continue competing. Involved in sports all her life, the former collegiate athlete has always been a competitive person and now finds the world of kickboxing as her next one to conquer. 

My personal mantra:
The fire burning inside me burns brighter than the fire around me.

My training style is:
Authentic

My why:
Because she can push to be greater than yesterday.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Being well caffeinated (coffee).

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Lauren

Lauren is a boxing instructor at TITLE Boxing Club, Rock Hill. As a former Division 1 soccer player, she understands how to push your limits and get out of your comfort zone when it comes to fitness. Lauren is a certified personal trainer through NASM. When she’s not in a group or personal training, she’s coaching soccer and running after her two young boys, James and Patrick. Her passion for fitness revolves around her desire to be strong, healthy, and empowered!  Lauren’s classes will make you work harder than you thought possible and push yourself to be better than you were last class.

My personal mantra:
Get comfortable being uncomfortable.

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
Lauren wants to be a happy, healthy, strong mom for her children.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Her desire to continually improve her personal fitness and help motivate others to do the same. Nothing has to stay the same.

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Our Brand Ambassador

Wednesday May 22, 2019

TITLE Boxing Club Rock Hill, MO has a new Brand Ambassador, Sumner Ahearn! Sumner will be responsible for getting others in on the TITLE hype and making sure our social media is ? Let’s get to know him a little better… Originally from St. Louis, MO, Sumner has played basketball his whole life. After graduating from Clayton High School, he went on to play basketball at Fontbonne University from 2010-2014. He then became the Manager of Basketball Operations and Video Coordination for the Austin Spurs Basketball Team. Transitioning from basketball, Sumner wanted to find something athletic, challenging, and competitive. That’s when his friends told him to try boxing. Sumner heard about TITLE, took a class, and has been hooked ever since. Here’s a snapshot of our Q&A with Sumner: Why do you love TITLE Boxing Club Rock Hill, MO? Intensity. Pace. Commitment. People. The workout is challenging and intense, but...

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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!

I don’t want to get hit; is this a contact workout?

No—not ever! Each person in class has their own heavy bag to workout on, plus their own space to move around the bag. Trust us, you won’t even realize anyone else is in the class because you’ll be so focused on the workout! And, rest easy, we never allow sparring or fighting at TITLE Boxing Club.

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!

Can I bring my children with me?

We do not offer childcare services at TITLE Boxing Club. However, children over the age of eight are welcome to work out with you here and join as a member! Ask us about our Family Membership options.

What do I need to bring to class? How early do I need to arrive?

Hand wraps are essential for your protection and mandatory for class. You can bring your own or buy them here. We’ll have gloves for you to borrow your first time, and you might want to bring a bottle of water and towel! Plan on arriving 20 minutes early so we can get you settled and wrap your hands.

I’ve never hit anything before. Will I hurt myself?

For a beginner, the most important thing is to learn the proper form. The good news is that we’ll teach you! As you progress, you’ll be able to throw several variations of punches from different positions and develop your own punching technique to fit your style. People are usually surprised at how much they love hitting the heavy bag!