7 Boxing Gyms In Hong Kong To Get You Fighting Fit7 Boxing Gyms In Hong Kong To Get You Fighting Fit

7 Boxing Gyms In Hong Kong To Get You Fighting Fit

From Muay Thai to kickboxing, martial arts has been soaring in popularity over the last few years with the fitness crowd, and with good reason: combining cardio and strength training while honing participants reflexes and agility, it offers functional fitness alongside a killer workout. Hong Kong has no shortage of great boxing clubs, so whether you’re considering stepping into the ring for the first time, or you’re looking for a new fast-paced workout, there’s a boxing gym to suit every style. These are some of the best boxing gyms in Hong Kong, on hand to help you on your way.

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The Fighters Club

From its sleek Wan Chai studio, The Fighters Club pushes its clients to test their limits. The studio adopts a strictly personalised approach to boxing, offering only one-on-one training sessions for budding Muay Thai and boxing aficionados.

3/F, Shiu Fung Building, 51 – 53 Johnston Road, Wan Chai | thefightersclub.com.hk | 9835 6093 | info@thefightersclub.com.hk 

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In a studio at Warrior Hong Kong, LIGHTS//OUT offers immersive HIIT group boxing classes. With its unique lighting and tailored music playlists, visitors experience a unique crossover between a workout and nightlife experience.

3/F, Block C, Seaview Estate, 8 Watson Road, Causeway Bay| lightsoutshk.com | 2512 2262 | info@lightsout.hk

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Warrior Hong Kong

One of Hong Kong’s first specialist Muay Thai centres, Warrior Hong Kong offers an integrative experience into Thai martial arts. With leading boxing coach Mario O Francis at the helm, its expanded focus now includes western boxing.

3/F, Block C, Seaview Estate, 8 Watson Road, Causeway Bay | warriorhongkong.com | 2512 2262 | info@warriorhongkong.com

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Santichai offers Muay Thai and boxing classes for all skill and experience levels, making it the perfect starting point for newcomers to the sport. You learn from the very best here, as every trainer at the centre is a professional Muay Thai athlete, and the founder Santichai is a world champion Muay Thai fighter.

Sincere House, Room 415, 4/F, 83 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon | santichai.com | 3540 3508 | info@santichai.com

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Ursus Fitness

This 6,500-square foot fitness centre is Hong Kong’s first strongman gym. Its team of personal trainers, Muay Thai fighters and sparring coaches offer HIIT, strength and conditioning, boxing and Muay Thai classes to its clientele.

61 Pok Fu Lam Road, Sai Ying Pun | ursusfitness.com | 2803 2774 | info.ursusfitness@gmail.com

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DEF Boxing

Home to Hong Kong’s first professional boxer – the legendary Rex ‘Wonder Kid’ Tso – DEF Boxing teaches defensive boxing techniques, physical stamina and endurance and an outlet for your emotional and mental stresses.

125 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan | def.com.hk | 2840 0162 | info@def.com.hk

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This elite training centre offers intensive MMA and boxing sessions. Its trainers focus on setting goals and helping clients reach them in a controlled method that is designed to deliver long-term and lasting results.

2/F, Wings Building, 110-116 Queen’s Road Central, Central | impakt.hk | 2167 7218 | training@impakt.hk

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Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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