Naseem discovered her love for boxing when TITLE Boxing Club Owings Mills first opened in 2018. Boxing became her therapy throughout her undergraduate studies as biology major at UMBC. As she begins her masters in nursing, mental and physical health has become an integral part of her everyday life. Naseem believes that physical wellness feeds the mind and helps promote focus and productivity. Her previous fitness activities included dance and figure skating but she finds herself feeling more empowered than ever before while boxing.
My personal mantra: You don’t get better by being comfortable.
My training style is: energetic
My why: Why did I become a trainer: TBCOM has helped me on my personal health journey through inspirational trainers. I wanted to challenge myself to be that inspiration for our members.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My fighting spirit outside of TITLE: Losing a best friend at a very young age prompted me to always push my limits. By pursuing boxing and my passion to travel, it reminds me to always live life to the fullest everyday.
I have been very active my entire life. I competitively danced for over 15 years and on the collegiate level while at UNC Chapel Hill. I also played soccer and love watching and participating in all sports! My interest in wellness and human anatomy led me to love working out and all things health. I want to go into the medical field and help people live healthy lives. I have been boxing at Title for over two years now and if not boxing, you can find me cycling, running, weight training, doing barre and yoga, or cheering on the Tarheels!
My personal mantra: Small but mighty!
My training style is: fun
My why: Title pushes me and makes me feel strong and hope I can help others feel the same.
What gives me my fighting spirit: Living a healthy life and encouraging others to do the same!
Jeff has been teaching boxing for 10 years in the Baltimore. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science at Towson University in 2016. During this time, he was nominated to 3 national honor societies one of which was also for leadership. Jeff was also elected as a teaching assistant for a clinical competencies/Exercise Prescription class out of over 150 students. His research experience while at Towson includes examining the effects of a nasal insufflation device during exercise as a way to improve athletic performances as well as examining the effects of an exercise intervention on the body’s blood vessels utilizing an ultrasound device to quantify progress. Jeff has also interned at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he conducted research in regards to one’s reaction time capability using motion capture technology. Jeff played lacrosse at CCBC Catonsville where he was nominated for the PJ Schaffer Scholarship Award and made the All MD lacrosse team in 2012.
My personal mantra: The harder I work the luckier I get
My training style is: energetic
My why: I enjoy working with others in setting and achieving fitness goals through boxing.
What gives me my fighting spirit: Injury, death, and disease have taken a stronghold on my family. As the youngest, I feel an overwhelming desire to have the ability to do more. I seek to work with others to help maintain a healthy lifestyle. I am motivated to do this not only for the intentions of their own lives, but for their friends and families as well.
I have been involved in athletics all my life. I started off playing lacrosse for my local high school in upstate New York. I joined a Crossfit Gym in my senior year of high school and fell in love with group fitness. I moved to San Diego shortly after graduation and continued doing crossfit and competed in a few local competitions. While in San Diego, I got a degree in nutrition and enlisted in the Unites States Navy as a Naval Aircrewman. I was challenged mentally and physically and it has helped me learn and develop skills that I use in all of my workouts. Once I moved to Maryland I discovered TITLE Boxing Club Owings Mills and fell in love with boxing. I’ve learned so much through taking classes and working with the other trainers!
My personal mantra: It always seems impossible until its done.
My training style is: Energetic
My why: I wanted to become a trainer because i love teaching people new skills in a fitness environment that can help them transform their lives. Boxing has improved my life and I hope i can help improve the lives of others as well!
What gives me my fighting spirit: My family and my health! I have a very active family and I love being able to keep up with them!
Born and raised in Baltimore County, I was involved in athletics all of my life ranging from baseball to track and field. I love sports, I truly enjoy the rush of challenging myself to be better than I was the last time I attempted to accomplish something in competition. TITLE Boxing Club welcomed me with open arms and closed fists and reintroduced me to boxing, which I learned from my father and grandfather as a young kid. My time as a sales person at the club has given me the passion to become a trainer and not just talk about what we do well, but show it! I recently graduated from the illustrious Bowie State University where I earned my Bachelors of Science in Sports Management, but I’m still a student of life and love the journey that I’m currently on and excited to train with the team at TITLE Boxing Club.
My personal mantra: Anything is possible. Just when you thing you've reached the brink, you didn't.
My training style is: authentic
My why: To help see people better themselves every time they step into the club.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My support system. Everyone who I've encountered that's in my corner. They trust me to be great.
Born & raised in Washington DC, Sharmba started boxing at the age of 8 years old. Starting young, he began his amateur career that concluded with 157 wins & 7 losses. Sharmba collected Gold in the Jr. Olympics, Bronze in the US Olympic Festival and many Golden Gloves & National Championships and was the youngest boxer to compete in the 1988 Olympic year. He started his Professional career September 23, 1988 with a KO against Eddie Colon in Atlantic City NJ on ESPN. He built up a great record of 31-0, defeating future world champions and as he went on his way to winning his first belt – the NABF Lightweight Championship before he lost his first 2 fights back to back as a lightweight. After suffering his first two losses, Sharmba didn’t lose another professional fight for the next 7 years and went on to win the WBC Continental Americas Lightweight title. He moved up in weight and won the WBA Federation Jr. Welterweight Title and in October 1998 won the WBA World Championship. After 4 title defenses he lost in 2002 to Kostya Tszyu after suffering a severe injury to his left knee . He picked himself up to come back in 2004 to win the IBF Jr, Welterweight World Title and defended it twice before he lost again. In 2005, Sharmba moved up to a welterweight to win the NABA Welterweight Title and had 2 wins and 2 losses to greats Floyd Money Mayweather & Paul Williams. Sharmba retired in August 2006 with a record of 57 wins, 6 losses and 30 knockouts. He was given the Washington DC Life Time Achievement Award in 2011 and inducted into the MD Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
Since his retirement from boxing, Sharmba has stayed healthy and fit, and been very active in boxing. He is excited to work with young kids and adults who are looking to get in shape and learn how the techniques of the “sweet science”.
My personal mantra: “It’s hard work but it is fair”
My training style is: Authentic
My why: To help folks get in the best shape of their lives with the best full body workout that you could ever do. I want to help others become healthy and strong to live longer lives.
What gives me my fighting spirit: Family and being healthy as I get older.
Jerome wrestled since he was 4 years old and continued with a long career that evolved to becoming a Division 1 competitor at Oklahoma University. After wrestling, Jerome focused on boxing and went on to become the South Atlantic Amateur Golden Gloves champion in 2013. Currently, Jerome is a Professional boxer with a 2-0 record. Jerome has taken his boxing and wrestling skills to the Mixed Martial Arts world where he has begun to compete a professional level, holding a 2-0 record as well. He has aspirations and dreams to compete and be a household name in the UFC. Outside of his professional fighting career, Jerome has been a wrestling coach for over ten years and coached some of the elite high schools in Maryland and in the MD Junior Wrestling League. Jerome is a certified personal trainer and loves to work one on one with clients in the ring and outside to build strength, conditioning and endurance. Jerome will begin running Tuesday and Thursday morning classes at 6:30AM.
My personal mantra: Consistency is the key to success
My training style is: Authentic
My why: I love to see people grow! I like to assist the best I can in the process of one seeking their transformation.
Growing up as an athlete in Baltimore County, Bradley competed in baseball and soccer at a high level. He also participated in various other sports recreationally. During his high school years, Bradley suffered his first of six ACL reconstructions and nine meniscus repairs. After being sidelined from competitive athletics, Bradley shifted to cycling, weight lifting and boxing for fitness. Over the years, boxing became an outlet from life’s stress and the corporate world. While Bradley never competed professionally in boxing, the sport was always an interest, a passion, and a great way of staying in shape and blowing off steam. Bradley has been boxing for over 12 years and has been training individuals personally on improving their skill and endurance on the heavy bag, double end bag, speed bag and mitts.
My personal mantra: Keep fighting no matter what. Perseverance is everything.
My training style is: Fun, energetic
My why: I joined TITLE to do something that made me feel good physically and mentally every day. Opening a TITLE Boxing Club was a way of giving back to the community I grew up in and delivering an amazing product that everyone can benefit from. Our goal is to simply make your time at TITLE Boxing Club the BEST HOUR of your day!
What gives me my fighting spirit: I have had over 20 surgeries and doctors have told me that I would never run, kick, box or play sports again. Every day I push through it to show my children and family that hard work, discipline and determination can help pave a new path.
Patrick is a current professional boxer and had an amateur record of 35-5. He has been very passionate about boxing, health and fitness all his life. Patrick was an avid student of the sport of boxing for more than 20 years, won the Metropolitan tournament in NYC in 2002 and the Daily News Golden Gloves semifinals 3 times. Over the years, he has trained and sparred with former two time world champion Paul Malignaggi (Showtime Commentator), two time world champion Joan Guzman, former world champion Vivian Harris, former superwelterweight champion Yuri Foreman, two time USBA champion Raul Frank, middleweight contender John Duddy, lightweight contender Michael Katsidis , super middleweight contender Yusaf Mack and a list of other contenders. All of his training and evolution as a fighter was at the world famous GleasonGym in NYC under Empire Sporting Club.
My personal mantra: The focus has to be in you, not on you. May the focus be with you!!
My training style is: Heart
My why: Title's well known reputation and the opportunity to be part of the first Title Boxing Club in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.
What gives me my fighting spirit: My love for the sport, my kids, and my mother who died from cancer.
Carin has been involved in athletics all her life. She was a competitive swimmer for 13 years and did track and field for 9 years. Carin has also dabbled in dance, gymnastics, soccer, basketball and softball. After graduating college, she started competing in fitness competitions and did so on and off for 10 years. While Carin was competing, she began teaching group exercise classes. She has been teaching kickboxing and HIIT classes for the past 18 years.
My personal mantra: “You can do anything you put your mind to.”
My training style is: Energetic
My why: I want to give people a great workout...while hitting things!
What gives me my fighting spirit: I want to be a good role model for my 4 children. That includes a good work ethic, healthy eating, and working out.
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Meet Amoy and Chantelle, mother and daughter POWERHOUSE DUO! Amoy and Chantelle have been loyal members of TITLE Boxing Club Owings Mills since February 2019. They light up the club and push each other to improve during each class. Their dedication to the workout has helped them lose weight, become stronger and feel better! We asked them why they love TITLE Boxing Club Owings Mills and how it has helped them in their fitness journeys. Chantelle- "TITLE Feels like home. I visited one day and instantly loved it. A challenge is something I like and all the instructors here at TITLE do exactly that. No class is the same and that's what I love about it. TITLE has helped me build my endurance and strength. It also helped in my weight loss journey. I have lost over 50 pounds since I started in February. I LOVE being here! I'll always be...
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!