Road to Glory White Collar Boxing is a ten week journey of fitness. You will be trained by highly qualified and dedicated coaches who will work with you to improve your health and stamina with the potential to lose weight. This experience will encourage you to make new friends, challenge yourself and reach your goals.
At the end of your 10 weeks you will have the opportunity to participate in a fight against a matched component in a packed arena in front of friends and family.
I help out at Swindon Martial Arts & Fitness with the kids classes. All the kids there are pretty amazing but there is a little boy there who has a special place in my heart. Unfortunately he suffers from the very debilitating condition Cystic Fibrosis. He is such an inspiration to us all and he never lets it get the better of him, he puts his heart and soul into all the classes, so I am doing this for him and hope I can find as much determination and courage as he does
I am taking part because I want to return the favour of support toward anti-domestic violence to help the extra needs and care support for Deaf women/men. It occurred to me how expensive it is for them to have an BSL Interpreter and Deaf qualified counsellors and they need more of them so they’ll able to help many other Deaf women/men who suffer with domestic violence.
To anyone who has actually worked so hard for something and achieved the best result they could possibly achieve!!! When you work towards a goal and pass that boundary you are a winner!!!
So after 10 weeks of training tomorrow night is fight night at the MECA and I’m buzzing! Want to say a big thank you to all the team it’s been a pleasure to train with you all, and an even bigger thanks to our legend of a coach Jason O’Grady and all the red team coaches! roll on tomorrow night, it’s wolf time
My older Brother Alan was born with Cerebral Palsy and has needed the use of a wheelchair for most of his life. It was him that gave me the idea for my Charity, Whizz Kidz, a charity that, with support and donations, supply Wheelchairs and mobility equipment to young Children. I know from my own experiences growing up with my Brother, just how much of an impact having valuable equipment like this can help throughout a disabled persons life