Olympic Style Boxing
The Olympic Style Boxing program is a learn to box style program, with skill levels ranging from basic to advanced. The trainers and coaches are Canadian Amateur Boxing Association certified. It teaches technical boxing skills recognized by the International Boxing Association, and develops male and female athletes, ten years and older, into elite competitor status. Each athlete is individually assessed so they are trained to achieve their preferred skill and fitness levels. Competitive athletes can pursue the opportunity to compete locally and in other Canadian provinces and in the U.S.A.
The 2016/2017 Olympic Style Boxing cycle ends Friday, June 2, 2017. The 2017/208 Olympic Style Boxing cycle resumes on Monday, August 14, 2017.
Registration forms are available at the Regina Boxing Club during hours of operation and can be submitted with cash or cheque payment to the Client Services desk.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Ages 11 & older
The Regina Boxing Club compensates 100 per cent of competitor fees including transportation, accommodations and food at competitions to eliminate any financial barriers for competitors and create access to sport and mentorship for at risk youth.
- Coordination, agility, and speed
- Improved cardio vascular endurance
- Abdominal and muscle toning
- Burns calories & reduces fat
- Relieves stress
- Enhances energy
- Sense of accomplishment in learning a new skill
Skill level, conditioning, age, experience and weight are assessed before allowing boxers to spar or compete. Sparing and competition are not requirements of the Olympic Style Boxing program.
Athletes are required to present a valid medical form, an annual medical exam, and must be equipped with a mouth guard to spar or compete. Fitness clothing is recommended and clean athletic shoes are required for all training programs.
The Regina Boxing Club has relocated to:
1400 McIntyre St.
Regina, SK S4R 2N1