Jane grew up competing in Taekwondo as a black belt and later moved on to Muay Thai after needing a good release from corporate life. She’s an avid rock climber, CrossFitter, and lover of all things active. Jane graduated from UC Berkeley and UCLA Anderson. She now works in tech and as a Transformation Coach, helping people live with purpose.
My personal mantra: Confidence is not a belief in self. Confidence is the willingness to try.
My training style is: fun
My why: I love helping people push past their perceived limits and discover how strong they truly are.
What gives me my fighting spirit: What gives you your fighting spirit: All the underdogs
Michaela is a Bay Area native and UC Berkeley graduate who is now working for a tech startup. While she had not previously participated in school sports, she decided to try out for the Cal Boxing Team and that’s where it all started. She learned the basics before joining the competition team that competed in collegiate boxing tournaments around the nation.
My personal mantra: When you feel like you want to give up, that's when you should be pushing your hardest.
My training style is: heart
My why: TITLE provides something special to its members, and I knew that I wanted to be a part of that impact. I am excited to share the passion and skills I've learned with others and hope they fall in love with boxing as I have.
Leslie is a Bay Area native. After graduating college, she pursued a career in Human Resources. Leslie was a regular at the club and loved the workout so much that she decided to become a trainer. She is passionate about helping others learn and understand the art of boxing. In her spare time, she likes to shop, travel and bake.
My personal mantra: "A day wasted is a day without laughter." - Charlie Chaplin
My training style is: energetic
My why: I became a trainer because of the inspiration I have received from all of the trainers to always do better and push yourself to be your very best. I want to help inspire others in the same way that TITLE did for me.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My family and friends.
Ariya was introduced to boxing by a friend six years ago, and he now devotes his time to becoming a better fighter every day. “Being an athlete is a very fun experience for me.” His passion for the sport drives him to do the hard work it takes to be a boxer, and he has won NCBA Regional and National Championships. Ariya most recently won the 2018 National Championship as well as the Outstanding Boxer of the Year Award.
My personal mantra: Keep moving forward.
My training style is: authentic
My why: I love the sport of boxing and enjoy being involved in it in any way possible. Also to help people learn about the sweet science which could transform their lives physically and mentally.
What gives me my fighting spirit: The hardships and obstacles I have faced in life.
After college Sharan felt the need for more structure in her life and stumbled upon boxing. She started with one class per week, then two, eventually boxing every single day. She got hooked and particularly loves the high energy and community aspect in which everyone feels like family. Along with developing an addiction to boxing, she discovered a passion for fitness that fuels her desire to stay in great condition mentally and physically. When not boxing, Sharan works in marketing at Adobe.
My personal mantra: If it doesn't challenge you it doesn't change you.
My training style is: Energetic
My why: I chose to become a trainer at TITLE Boxing Club because I am passionate about helping instill confidence in others.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My competitiveness. I refuse to accept failure.
Leo played sports in high school and had a passion for weightlifting. He joined TITLE Boxing Club and fell in love with Boxing! Leo quickly became a regular in classes and Private Training before training with us as a trainer.
My personal mantra: There are no shortcuts in life.
My training style is: Authentic
My why: TITLE inspired me to push myself. I want to share that inspiration with others.
Cisco has been boxing since he was 8. In high school he established a boxing club with the Police Activities League. Via PAL he began exploring kickboxing and Muay Thai. In college he trained with Stanford Muay Thai, Aikido, Capoeira, Judo, Kenpo, and Tae Kwon Do. He began coaching in 2005.
My personal mantra: Hard work is the only real superpower.
My training style is: Authentic
My why: I love teaching people how to box! TBC provides a supportive and engaging environment in which to learn something new, challenge yourself, and improve over time.
What gives me my fighting spirit: A deep-seated belief that anything is possible keeps me fighting every day.
Eber was a dancer for 6 years and was introduced to Muay Thai by a friend. He trained with two Muay Thai champions and sparred with both Muay Thai and Kickboxing pros. When he started boxing at TITLE Boxing Club he was surprised by the high quality workout and quickly became addicted, culminating with training to become a trainer here.
My personal mantra: To make it through difficult things we must work both the mind and the body.
My training style is: Connected
My why: To share my knowledge and show others what they can achieve if they put their mind to it and focus on their goals.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My brother and sister, because through this I can demonstrate a healthy way to handle challenges.
Shannon is a high school Health and Science teacher with a BA in Health Education and an MS in Teaching Biology. She coached high school track and field, and is a fitness enthusiast who appreciates all types of workouts that energize and make her mentally and physically stronger.
My personal mantra: The greatest wealth is health.
My training style is: Transforming
My why: I love the inviting and intense atmosphere at TITLE Boxing Club and wanted to inspire and guide others.
What gives me my fighting spirit: Family, friends, travel, and chocolate.
Kim is a certified group instructor and personal trainer who enjoys high intensity workouts such as boxing, kickboxing, interval training, and a variety of martial arts. She competes in Taekwondo, Jiu Jitsu, and MMA and believes that by building a strong foundation and using correct form, there’s nothing that can stop you from becoming a fitter you.
My personal mantra: Don't wish for it, work for it!
My training style is: Energetic
My why: I want to inspire as many people as I can.
Armand has 7+ years’ experience training and teaching Kenpo Karate, Taekwondo, Muay Thai Kickboxing, and Western Boxing. He graduated as a Peace Officer Recruit from the South Bay Regional Public Safety Police Academy. He is a certified USA Boxing Coach, Certified Bootcamp Fitness Instructor, and a Kukkiwon Seoul, Korea Certified Black Belt 2nd Dan.
My personal mantra: Do what works for you and don't limit yourself.
My training style is: Connected
My why: To share my experience and knowledge in order to help people reach their fullest potential both physically and mentally
What gives me my fighting spirit: Emotional intensity
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General Manager Tom’s father was a pro boxer, and after seeing Bruce Lee’s “Return of the Dragon” Tom began his own journey in combat sports. He has trained in a variety of martial arts styles and wrestled division 1 for University of Virginia, training with 4 UFC fighters and under 5 UFC coaches. He has a BA in Sociology from Univ of Virginia, is a CPT with NESTA, and a level 1 sports performance coach under USA Weightlifting. Tom has been a trainer, General Manager (Harvard Business School), and Regional HR Manager. He taught his first boxing class in 1991 and has more or less been at it ever since.
Owner Adrienne had a long IT management career before opening the first TITLE Boxing Club in Silicon Valley. She loves the workout and community of people who are passionate about helping others improve their lives through fitness. And after an osteopenia diagnosis, she needed to strengthen her own body. “I get a thrill when someone tells me we’ve helped improve his or her life, whether they’ve addressed a health challenge, become stronger, more confident, or just feel happier because they found a healthy way to release stress. When that happens I feel we’ve done something special.”
Monday July 8, 2019
A few years ago my health wasn't so great. Diabetes runs in my family and my doctor told me that at 22, I was pre-diabetic. I never really took that seriously because I was 22 and thought that I only had to monitor what I was eating. It wasn't until joining TITLE Boxing Club and losing a total of 35 lbs that my blood sugar levels have finally become stabilized and in the healthy range. At 24 now, I look back and think how I really neglected my own self-care. TITLE has allowed me to really focus on myself and also learn more about health and fitness. I can't thank you enough for opening the door to making me be the best version of myself. Boxing is a great intense exercise that makes you feel good afterwards-mentally and physically. Thank you!!!
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!