City of Brownsville Parks and Recreation Department Boxing Program offers the community an opportunity to learn fundamental boxing techniques, how to train properly, participate in tournaments and learn life skills such as self-discipline, sportsmanship, physical fitness and more.
Amateur/Professional Boxing Program is open to all. Children need to provide written permission from their parents/guardians to register.
*Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program
USA Boxing Registration is required to participate. The fee is $65 a year.
To inquire or register for the program you may contact Recreation Programs and Events Coordinator Shannon Guerrero at 956-655-1065.
Walk ins at the Rec Center are also welcome. Certified Trainer Robert Campos is in the gym after 5PM. You can visit with trainer then. We are located at 1338 E. 8th Street
Come dressed in comfortable fitness attire that's easy to move in and can handle sweat. Wear sneakers that allow for fast and easy movements — think about side-to-side and pivots rather than simple front-to-back movement. Good shoes can include cross trainers, fitness sneakers etc.
Bring your own water bottle, towel, and endurance. Invite your friends and neighbors.
You've got the eye of the tiger!
Always check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen to make sure you are medically able to participate.
We highly recommend that you to consult with your physician or primary health-care provider before starting any exercise plan. Individuals with a known medical condition, being treated for an illness, and/or taking prescription medication should seek medical monitoring and regular check-ups before and during participation.
Instruction and information contained at the Parks and Recreation Department Boxing Program may not be appropriate for all individuals. If you choose to follow the workout program without consulting your physician, you are doing so at your own risk. We claim no responsibility for any injuries you might sustain.
City of Brownsville Parks and Recreation Department are not responsible for any injuries or health conditions that may result from this program.