TITLE Boxing Club

San Diego North Park

2852 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104 619-677-1341 Open Today: 5:30am - 8:00pm Monday: 8:30am - 8:00pm Tuesday: 5:30am - 8:00pm Wednesday: 8:30am - 8:00pm Thursday:5:30am - 8:00pm Friday: 8:30am - 6:00pm Saturday: 7:30am - 1:00pm Sunday: 7:30am - 12:30pm

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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Corey

Corey was born and raised in the Sacramento area of northern California. After graduating high school he moved down to San Diego to attend San Diego State University where he earned a degree in Business Administration. After graduating Corey soon started a career with LPL Financial where he earned his Series 7 license. He was with the company for 7 years before deciding he no longer wanted a desk job and he wanted to be his own boss. After several months of researching different franchises he knew that TITLE Boxing Club was the right fit as he has been an athlete all his life and truly enjoys the sport of boxing. Corey is now part owner in both TITLE Boxing Club San Diego and TITLE Boxing Club Chula Vista. In his downtime Corey enjoys surfing, basketball, and enjoying all of the craft brews that San Diego has to offer. He has been married to his wife Catherine since 2011 and together they have two daughters Cameryn and Cara.

My personal mantra:
There will be plenty of days of struggle, you gotta figure out what keeps you going and push yourself to make it work.

My training style is:
Connected

My why:
I became a trainer because I know how empowering it feels to take these classes. I wanted to be able to give back to our members and let everyone experience that same feeling I get every time I hit the bag.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My daughters; everything I do is for them.

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Amanda

Amanda’s competitive nature fueled her passion for sports early in life. An addiction to fitness drove her to stay active each season, even in the coldest months of Boston winters while growing up. She dabbled in cheerleading, lacrosse, track, and soccer, regularly challenging herself to get out of her comfort zone. It wasn’t until a much larger step outside that comfort zone that she moved to a new city she’d never stepped foot in; Denver, CO. She began teaching boxing in Denver and met a truer passion; her love for helping others feel good about themselves. She loves helping others find a balance between all the aspects of life that can help them to become healthier and happier, especially when it comes to fitness, nutrition, and stress management. Amanda has found a home at TITLE San Diego, where she’s continuing her journey in integrative nutrition and fitness, while encouraging everyone to get the internal growth they deserve.

My personal mantra:
Forget fear.

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
I love supporting others, and seeing my members grow mentally and physically. Life is an incredible gift and we should be grateful for what we have everyday - bodies and minds included equally.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
People. I’m a ball of energy, and love to vibe off of the personalities around me. I strive to create a teaching environment that is inclusive and comfortable, so you feel encouraged to push your limits.

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Nate

Nate has ten years of experience in both martial arts and fitness. He holds a record of 3-0 in the 145lb MMA division and recently the 145lb 2016 National Tournament Champion. Nate likes to think of his training style as you have to be as fast as you are strong and flexible as you are stable.  The physical change will also be determined by what you do and the lifestyle you choose to live. With that being said, if there were to be a zombie apocalypse right now, would you survive?

My personal mantra:
Know your worth.

My training style is:
Energetic

My why:
I became a trainer at TITLE Boxing Club to help encourage others to always challenge themselves, push through it, dominate it, and do it again.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
The Future

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Jason

Jason first started training Muay Thai in 2008 in Northern California. After 6 years of training, he made his first month-long trip to Thailand to visit Lanna Muay Thai and 13 Coins Gym. After a short visit back to the USA, he decided to move to Thailand and lived there for two years. Jason taught Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and group fitness while training and fighting for the now-defunct Fighting Spirit Gym in Bangkok. His journey has brought him to San Diego where he hopes to continue improving and sharing what he has learned with others.

My personal mantra:
Value your time, don't waste the limited amount of time you have on things that don't enrich your life.

My training style is:
Transforming

My why:
I feel very lucky to work at something that I truly enjoy.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
Going beyond my personal limits and living life to its fullest potential.

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Kyle

Kyle started his journey in the martial arts at age 4, he is now a third degree black belt in Shaolin Kempo Karate. Kyle started full contact kickboxing at age 16 in New York compiling an amateur record of 12-3. Kyle has been working in the Autism field for the last ten years and believes that everyone has the capacity and ability to learn, he loves teaching and sharing his journey with kickboxing and life. Kyle is thrilled to be a part of TITLE Boxing, the energy and positivity is unmatched. LET’S GO!

My personal mantra:
A journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step

My training style is:
Connected

My why:
TITLE is building community through fitness and confidence, I had to be a part of it

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My Father, a martial arts hall of famer and still teaching kickboxing into his 70’s!

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Crystal

Growing up, Crystal was always very active and played just about every sport possible with a particular passion for basketball, which led to coaching 3rd through 6th graders throughout her high school and college years. After college, she joined rec leagues to stay active but never found that place or team that ignited the spark she used to know, or provided a place that felt like she belonged. For years, she struggled with her personal challenges, and was in a low place until her friend, Karina, brought her into TITLE one day in 2015 to let off some steam….Crystal has been here ever since. TITLE is her home, her safe place, and where she has found her passion.

My personal mantra:
“Push yourself, because you WILL surprise yourself.”

My training style is:
Transforming

My why:
With the hope to give back to others what TITLE has given to me, my aim is for members is to have a place to go when they need a sense of family, community, and most importantly, where they can be their authentic selves.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My niece, Mina, is my drive to set the example in and out of the gym and continue to grow and be the best version of myself.

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RaShad

A lifelong athlete, who was a state qualifying wrestler in Chicago, RaShad Malloy is a 2nd degree black belt in Hapkido. After getting his black belt in 2008, RaShad began his career in MMA by fighting at Total Fight Challenge in Hammond, Indiana for Team No Comment out of Chicago.  He then began training with UFC veterans Shonie Carter and Brian Gassaway at Chicago Fitness Center in Chicago, becoming one of their local fighters. He then moved to San Diego in 2013 and began training at Dan Henderson’s in Temecula, 10th Planet Jujitsu in Vista, before becoming a member of the Muay Thai team at Victory MMA.

My personal mantra:
Life is not about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.

My training style is:
Authentic

My why:
I became a TITLE trainer to show my love for teaching as well as martial arts.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My son, super Trent!

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JoSalle

As a culinary major turned avid boxer at TITLE Boxing Club, JoSalle found a new passion in fitness as she went through a full mind and body transformation. In under a year as a member at TITLE San Diego, JoSalle lost 40 pounds after incorporating Power Hours and strength training into her daily routine. Her fitness journey is far from over, but now as a trainer, Josalle’s goals are to lead by example by continuing to work hard towards her own personal fitness goals and to encourage members to do the same.

My personal mantra:
You are stronger than your excuses.

My training style is:
Transformative

My why:
I became a trainer at TITLE Boxing Club to motivate and help inspire members to overcome any obstacles that are in the way of reaching their goals.

What gives me my fighting spirit:
My friends and family (and the power of Beyonce).

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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!