Springfield Boxing Club, VT

Place, where you improve your physical shape and mental health.

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We all want to be happy in our life. When we move, our hormones of happiness are released. Life is a movement! One great way to move is boxing. Boxing is not just a sport; it’s a transformative journey that offers a multitude of physical, mental, and emotional benefits. Whether you’re looking to improve your fitness, boost your self-confidence, or simply release stress, visiting our gym can be the perfect outlet. It doesn’t matter what your skill level is; even a complete beginner can benefit from boxing in the following ways:


Physical activity is a great way to overcome stress. Scientific evidence consistently supports the idea that engaging in physical activity is an effective means of overcoming stress. Boxing, with its diverse range of exercises, offers options from moderate workouts to vigorous sessions. Stress is a constant presence, irrespective of one’s life status. Integrating fitness boxing into your lifestyle proves to be a proactive and effective approach to stress management.


Boxing isn’t just about physical strength; it’s a confidence booster. As your body gets stronger, so does your mental power. Over time, you develop a fighter’s spirit—a blend of courage and morale that’s incredibly self-empowering. With the fighter’s spirit, you sense the ability to conquer challenges. It makes you feel capable of achieving anything and everything.


We all get angry. We all get upset and disappointed. We all experience unwanted, negative emotions. Boxing is a sport that requires a lot of focus. It trains your mind to pacify negative emotions and focus on positive things. From managing anger to quenching anxiety, rumination, and other unhelpful thoughts, boxing will teach you how to control your mind and manage your emotions.


Ever felt like punching someone? Don’t. Hit a punching bag instead. It’s safe and really works. People rave about how boxing bags ease anger. Hitting the bag lets out tension and aggression from anger. Boxing also helps by diverting your focus from negative thoughts. When boxing, you’re fully into the bag, your workout, and yourself. After about thirty minutes, you’ll notice your anger has gone down a lot.


Quality sleep is vital for overall health, especially mental well-being. Adequate sleep is associated with a reduced risk of mental health issues like depression and anxiety. Scientifically, engaging in activities like boxing, which involve moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, has been proven to enhance sleep. It reduces the time it takes to fall asleep and decreases the time spent awake in bed. Additionally, by aiding stress management, boxing contributes to achieving a good night’s sleep.


Surprisingly, boxing is a form of meditation. It might sound odd, but it’s true! Meditation is about mastering the mind, directing all attention to the present moment. Strangely enough, boxing serves as a meditation by helping you concentrate on the task at hand. Turning away from life’s stresses to embrace the present moment through boxing is a gratifying experience.



MON, WED, FRI: 6 pm – 8 pm


55 Main Street, Springfield, VT

We want the gym to be a safe and comfortable place for everyone. That is why we have RULES TO FOLLOW:

1.  Do not be late!

2.  If for some serious reason you cannot make it, notify your coach.

3.  Respect everyone and everything around you. Treat others as you would want to be treated.

4.  Shoes off before entering gym. Each individual must have separate footwear for inside the gym.

5.  Each individual needs to have a jump rope, mouth piece and hand wraps (not for the first class!).

6.  Everyone should be silent while doing drills, the only persons talking should be the coaches.

7.  No altercation or bad language.

8.  If you have an issue, please speak with a coach.


10.  Remember that we are a boxing team and we need to work together as a team. Even though Boxing is an individual sport, it is very important to keep a team mentality.


All our coaches are cetified by USA Boxing.






Q: What age do you train?
A: We welcome all ages, minimum age is 8.

Q: What to bring to the first lesson?
A: Comfortable clothes (t-shirt, sweats, shorts, sweatshirt) and sneakers for changing. And of course a good mood!

Q: Are your lessons for complete beginners?
A: Absolutely. At the beginning, you will have a trainer who will gradually explain the basics of boxing to you.

Q: What do I need for boxing?

A: Wraps and mouth piece (we’ll tell you where to buy it). We have gloves and headgear in the gym that you can use.

Q: How much is the membership fee in you gym?
A: Membership is $50 for each month. No matter how many classes you attend. We only accept cash payments.

Q: I don’t want to compete in boxing. Can I still go to the gym?
A: Of course. You don’t have to box, you can work out in the gym, strengthen and relieve stress.

Q: Do I have to get hit?
A: Absolutely not!

Q: Where can I park my car?
A: There are parking spaces near the gym.

Boxing is like a ballet without music and choreography.

Radek Masin

Many people fail not so much for their mistakes, they fail because they afraid to try.

George Foreman

Boxing is like Jazz, the better it is, the less people apprecite it.

George Foreman

To be a champ you have to believe in yourself when nobody else will.

Sugar Ray Robinson

A champion doesn’t become a champion in the ring, he’s merely recognized in the ring. His "becoming" happens during his daily routine.

Joe Luis


We look forward to seeing you every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm.
The first lesson is FREE!

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