TITLE Boxing Club

Richmond

2525 W. Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23220 (804) 918-5856 Open Today: 5:30AM–8:30PM Monday: 5:30AM–8:30PM Tuesday: 5:30AM–8:30PM Wednesday: 5:30AM–8:30PM Thursday:5:30AM–8:30PM Friday: 5:30AM–7PM Saturday: 8–11:30AM Sunday: 10AM–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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Colscon

Colscon is one of our very own homegrown instructors, born and raised here in Richmond, Va. Colscon attended High Point University on a double  Division 1 soccer and lacrosse scholarship. After receiving a degree in Business Administration and Management he relocated to Chicago, Illinios where he spent time working with the United States Soccer Federation. As weather have it, Colscon picked up boxing as a way to get a full body workout while hiding from the cold, Chicago winters. Colscon moved back to Richmond in 2017, where he currently works as a Tax Specialist for Dominion Payroll. Colscon views boxing as a metaphor for life. He believes that boxing teaches you how to keep your balance by creating a solid foundation to make you almost insusceptible to whatever tries to knock you down. In his free time, Colscon is most often found competing in Ironman or spending time surfing at his beach house with friends and family.

My personal mantra:
Doubt me - I dare you.

My training style is:
Connected and Fun

My why:
You are designed for success and engineered for greatness. Each and every one of you.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Nobody owes you anything. You earn it.

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Caitlin

Caitlin was born and raised on Long Island, New York. Caitlin spent most of her childhood outside playing soccer, horseback riding, and running with her Dad. Caitlin lettered in track 8 times and was an all-academic all-country triple jumper. Caitlin attended Christopher Newport University on an honor’s scholarship and ran track and field while obtaining her BA in psychology. After college, Caitlin moved back to Long Island to earn her law degree. When she retired from track and field, Caitlin needed an outlet for her competitive nature that provided something different than running. That’s how she found TITLE Boxing Club.

The day she walked into the club, she knew boxing was for her. The combination of stress release and an amazing workout immediately drew her in and she has never looked back. When Caitlin relocated to Richmond, one of the first things she did was get a membership at TITLE. Now as a trainer, Caitlin is excited to show people why she loves TITLE so much. Caitlin believes that boxing is all about attitude and getting what you came for. When Caitlin isn’t boxing, she spends her time with her dogs, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

My personal mantra:
I've got this.

My training style is:
Energetic and Fun

My why:
Everyone has a fighter in them, no matter who they are. TITLE allows you to fight on your own level for your own self.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My drive to make myself a little bit better and stronger every day and become a person I am really proud of.

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Ann

Ann was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia but found her second home in Richmond when she moved here to attend Virginia Commonwealth University. 

Getting kicked out of Tae Kwon Do classes as a kid for talking too much in class, Ann never thought she would end up in any world of martial arts. Ann fell in love with boxing when her group exercise supervisor and mentor in college was looking for more cardio kickboxing instructors. Falling in love with the intensity and how the workout made her feel, Ann became a cardio kickboxing instructor and later trained to become a Les Mills BodyCombat instructor. After college, Ann was looking for more opportunities to continue to train and box when she found and became hooked with TITLE. 

Ann has always been inspired by the power of group fitness. Ann loves how each person is able to cater their own goals, able to strive and work towards being their best selves while feeling empowered by the team dynamic in each TITLE class. She hopes that she can cultivate her love and passion for helping people feel their best in her classes at TITLE.

Outside of teaching, Ann spends her time daydreaming about becoming a dog owner, dancing around the city, and loving on her family and friends. 

My personal mantra:
Create a chain reaction

My training style is:
Fun and Connected

My why:
Health is the greatest possession of life

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Why stay the same when you can get better?

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Jessie

Jessie was raised in Blacksburg, VA by parents who encouraged independence and an active lifestyle. She grew up camping, climbing, swimming, running, playing soccer and practicing Martial Arts. After a skiing accident and ACL surgery in 2008, Jessie was determined to learn everything she could about injury prevention for athletes. In college, Jessie studied Strength and Conditioning and became involved with triathlon and obstacle course racing. She graduated from Radford University with a degree in Human Health and Performance, and spent her time racing and coaching multisport athletes.

Jessie stepped back from endurance sport in 2016 to rehab a torn meniscus. She traded in her running shoes for boxing gloves and fell in love with the intensity of the workout and mental clarity that boxing provided. She coached boxing classes at Level Red Boxing in Erie, PA from 2016 – 2018. When she moved to Richmond in January 2019, she was thrilled to join TITLE Boxing Club and continue coaching and learning.

Jessie is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a Personal Trainer, and a Certified USA Triathlon Coach. Movement is her passion. She’s spent the last 10 years coaching athletes in soccer, swimming, running, cycling, adventure racing, boxing, and strength training.

Jessie believes boxing is one of the best workouts a person can do for themselves! The unique combination of strength, speed, cardio, mental stimulation, and agility that is required in boxing makes it a fully-engaging whole-body workout that everyone can do.

When Jessie isn’t coaching, she is probably on an adventure with her loved ones, listening to a podcast, or somewhere in the woods.

My personal mantra:
When motivation fails, discipline prevails.

My training style is:
Authentic & Connected

My why:
Health is wealth! My goal is to help people build strong, capable bodies and minds that they love and respect. As we get older, many of us gravitate to jobs and environments that are not natural and we gradually suppress our inclinations to run, or jump, or climb, or play. This massive reduction in movement and play leads to muscle imbalances, chronic pain, injury, early aging, depression, anxiety, the list goes on and on. Movement is an avenue through which we can connect to the spontaneous nature of our humanity, push the boundaries of what we think is possible, express ourselves, and live joyfully!

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Seeing people radically transform their lives in a matter of months by prioritizing their health is truly incredible. I am inspired every day by the amazing people I have [had] the honor working with as a coach.

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Dan

Dan was born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Richmond, Virginia. Dan attended Virginia Tech on a Division 1 Soccer Scholarship. After receiving his degree in Communications, he moved back home to Richmond where he currently lives and works as a Project Manager at Ryan Homes.  After ending his career in competitive soccer, Dan struggled to find a workout that truly challenged him mentally and physically. In September 2018, Dan took his first boxing class at Richmond TITLE Boxing Club and was immediately hooked. He found the spark he had been looking for! Dan signed up for a membership as soon as class ended and spent every day thereafter training and boxing at Richmond TITLE Boxing Club. With the guidance of current instructors Colscon, Jairo, and Kayla, Dan spent the next 8 months developing his skills for his newfound passion through classes and Private Training. Dan used boxing to train for and complete his first full Marathon in 2018. Dan believes boxing is more than just a sport, but a way of life to challenge and better yourself physically and mentally. When Dan is not boxing, he spends his time with his pup Giorgio, and with his friends and family.

My personal mantra:
Raise Your Standard

My training style is:
Energetic and Fun

My why:
Once you raise the standard of the life you want to create for yourself, you will never look back.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My drive to be the best version of myself.

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Emily

Emily was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia and grew up playing both basketball and softball. She left for 6 years in order to attend college and graduate school. Emily attended Christopher Newport University and received a degree in Psychology and Business, and went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Psychology from Eastern Kentucky University. While in Kentucky, Emily began to seek out the best workout that fit her needs and wants, and she’d always been interested in boxing. She took her first class at TITLE Boxing Club in Lexington, Kentucky and was immediately hooked. When she moved back to Virginia for work, there were not TITLE Boxing Clubs near her but she continued training and improving, and eventually began coaching others in boxing. Emily found her home at TITLE Boxing Club in October of 2018 after TITLE Boxing Club Richmond opened. With 5+ years of boxing experience under her belt, Emily is excited to continue to spread her passion for the sport to others. Emily strongly believes that boxing is an essential way to build physical strength, improve mental health, gain confidence, and have fun while exercising. When Emily isn’t boxing, she is doing research at VCU on spinal cord injuries, travelling, or spending time with family and friends.

My personal mantra:
You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.

My training style is:
transformative

My why:
There is no better way to feel strong and empowered than to push yourself out of your comfort zone. Boxing is a why to feel powerful, strong, independent, and both physically and mentally healthy.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The drive to never be defeated, to never give up, and to continue to be the best version of myself that I possibly can be.

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Finley

Finley was born and raised in Glen Allen, Virginia and has always felt the desire for adventure. She grew up playing a variety of sports, ranging from volleyball to lacrosse until she discovered her talent for boxing and combat sports. This discovery came quite abruptly after Finley was sucker punched during the summer of her sophomore year in high school at church. Through the fog of shock, she realized she had no idea what to do, how to react, or how to defend herself. From that moment on she swore to herself that she would do everything in her power to never feel helpless again.

After she healed from a throbbing concussion, Finley promptly enrolled in Krav Maga – hand-to-hand combative system developed and utilized by Israeli Defense Forces. Finley trained persistently 6 days a week for hours on end falling more in love with combatives during each training session. Within a year, she was able to attain her Level 1 Instructor Certification after a very intense week-long course of teaching and drills. After this, she began leading and co-teaching seminars focused on self-defense for women. Finley has worked with various groups including the Girl Scouts, VCU students, private businesses, and eventually co-authored L.I.F.E Line Self Defense, a book on self defense for teens and women.

​From there, she was eager to learn more and inquired about a Level 2 certification. However, at the time her stand up combative technique was unrefined, so she juggled workouts at two gyms. Continuing Krav Maga and refining the skillset of Muay Thai and kickboxing. While attending Muay Thai, she was asked if she wanted to fight. Eager to truly apply the skills she learned she said yes. She had her first kickboxing fight in 2015 which she won by unanimous decision. From there Finley officially fell in love with fighting. Somewhat soon after due to an injury with her hip, she switched to boxing. She has had 8 official boxing fights total and 4 exhibition fights. In 2016 she won the Ringside World Championship title and then decided it was time to probably enroll in school.

Currently, Finley attends VCU as a Homeland Security major and is antsy to get back in the ring. She is passionate about teaching others and even more passionate about the technique, dedication, and respect that fighting entails.

With her history as a fighter, Finley’s classes are centered around technique, creativity, and fun. Finley’s goal for every class is that when you leave, you have had a great workout and learned something new.

My personal mantra:
Fight the good fight

My training style is:
authentic

My why:
In order to make change you must first make change within yourself. Nothing is more beautiful than self growth, and nothing is more fulfilling than watching people not only achieve their goals, but going above and beyond them.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The lessons I have learned through life have taught me that no matter how beat down I am, nothing is more honorable than getting back up and going for it. A gentle stream with persistence can cut through rock.

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Amy

Amy was born in England, but raised mostly in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Amy attended Radford University on a Division 1 swimming scholarship. After receiving a degree in Elementary Education she relocated to Brooklyn, New York where she spent the next 10 years in Charter Education. In Brooklyn, Amy opened two Charter Schools as a teacher, instructional coach, and Vice Principal. While in New York City Amy started looking for a workout that challenged her both physically and mentally. She walked into Gleason’s Gym in Dumbo, Brooklyn and after watching Heather Hardy train she knew she had found her trainer and sport. Amy trained under the expertise of Heather for her last year while living in Brooklyn as well as taking weekly classes from Shadowbox, Rumble, and Box and Flow. When Amy relocated to Richmond she knew boxing needed to be a staple in her life here. She also wanted to share her love of the sport with other people. Amy thinks boxing is as much for your mental strength as it is for your physical strength. When Amy isn’t boxing she spends her time teaching Kindergarten, lifting weights, and enjoying family.

My personal mantra:
Keep fighting for what you want.

My training style is:
Connected and Fun

My why:
Empowering people to tap into their fighting spirit. To not only fight for physical, but mental strength.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My drive to always be better.

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Mel

Coach Mel was born is Brooklyn, New York. Mel lettered 4 years of football with 2 years of track, and played collegiate football at Hofstra University while majoring in Communications. In 2005, he relocated with his job to Richmond, VA. While working full time, Mel’s love of sport was never far away. He coached football in his spare time and trained athletes in speed and conditioning at a variety of camps and clinics. After being hired as a professional football coach, Mel knew coaching and fitness was the field he wanted to be in. Mel officially traded the desk for the dumbbells when he became a Certified Personal Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach.

Mel brings over 20 years of athletic coaching experience to TITLE Boxing Club. His passion and enthusiasm for sport and fitness is infectious. Mel is dedicated to helping motivate his clients and his classes to achieve their goals. It is all part of the “Mel Experience.” Boxing gives him the ultimate conditioning workout while feeding his competitive nature. When not in training mode, Mel enjoys outdoor events, spending time with family, friends or just his dogs. He likes to relax by working in his garden, playing video games, and movie binging.

My personal mantra:
Greatness is not your destiny it is a choice. You have to go past good to get to great. Everyday take the opportunity to choose to be great.

My training style is:
Energetic, Connected and Fun

My why:
TITLE Boxing Club provides not only an excellent total body workout but also reinforces the teaching of the fundamentals of boxing.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My energy comes from the fact of knowing I have the ability to help individuals push themselves to their fullest potential.

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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!