Working out at these boxing gyms in Hong Kong can do wonders for your health and muscle strength; what’re you waiting for?
We’ve always enjoyed a relaxing yoga class at these cosy yoga studios in Hong Kong, but sometimes it’s easier to ease the stress by doing something more physically challenging – like CrossFit or pole dancing. And if you want to focus on muscle-building, then you should definitely check out these boxing gyms in Hong Kong, which can help you build your cardiovascular fitness and improve your strength and coordination. Regardless of your level of skills, their professional coaches are here to help!
Boxing gyms in Hong Kong
Def Boxing is a boxing gym that is the home to Hong Kong’s first ever and most decorated professional boxer Rex ‘The Wonder Kid’ Tso. Whether you’re a trained boxer with a championship belt on your waist or a beginner who has never tried martial arts before, everyone can develop their boxing skills here as the coaches will tailor the workouts to fit each of your needs and goals. In addition to personal training, different group sessions are available for both beginners and regulars, and there’s also a Student Class designated for young boxers starting from the age of 12. If you’ve mastered the techniques and want to unleash your competitive side, you can also sign up to either their competition or sparring class.
Def Boxing, B/F, 124 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2840 0162, 中環干諾道124號地下
Offering strongman, bearcamp, Ursus Fit, and mobility training, Ursus Fitness is also popular for their boxing or Muay Thai class. The fitness studio, which has just recently signed the WBC Junior World Boxing Champion ‘Song’ from Thailand, offers classes called BoxSkills, BoxDrills, BoxFit, and Fight Club. BoxSkills is designed to hone all-round boxing skills by sharpening hand-eye coordination and reaction skills, while BoxDrills allows you to work with your partner by learning how to throw and block punches and counter attack, and BoxFit maintains the boxer’s fitness level. The closest you’ll get into a real fight is by joining their Fight Club, where you’ll be faced with one of the trainers on a sparring.
Ursus Fitness, Units 2-4, GF, 64-68 Pok Fu Lam Road, Hong Kong
Located at a 7,000-square-foot space in Sai Ying Pun, Goji Elite brings up the all-encompassing Warrior concept, combining martial arts with strength and conditioning, wellness, and nutrition. Each of the internationally accredited coach who will provide assistance according to your unique goals and challenges. In addition to personal and small group training programmes, the academy also offers online coaching and nutrition and lifestyle consulting services. Formerly known as Warrior Academy, Goji Elite is part of Goji Studios.
Goji Elite has locations across Hong Kong
Strategically located in Central, Impakt was one of the first mixed martial arts and fitness centres to open in the city, making it one of our fave boxing gyms in Hong Kong. They offer various styles of martial arts programmes such as Muay Thai, kickboxing, boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jutsu, Kyokushin Karate, and Mixed Martial Arts, which are combined with raw training from aerobic, anaerobic workouts, circuit training, core stabilisation, strength and power conditioning. The space is also equipped with a full size boxing ring and top quality punch bags of various weights, as well as Life Fitness cardio, weight training machines, CrossFit equipments, and power workout machines. This is one of our go-to boxing gyms in Hong Kong.
Impakt, 2/F, Wing’s Building, 110-116 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2167 7218, 中環皇后大道中110-116號永恆商業大廈2樓
The Fighters Club
Different from other boxing gyms in Hong Kong, at the Fighters Club you will not be drowned in overcrowded group classes, instead you will receive undivided attention and training in 1-on-1 sessions, with tailor-made training based on your individual goal. Each of their range of trainers has completed 100 hours of training on boxing techniques, pad works, bag works, and coaching methodologies with the founder and master trainer. Post-training, you can go for a rejuvenating shower, and a post-work-out energy drink, snacks, or coffee.
The Fighters Club has locations in Wan Chai and Causeway Bay