Want to know where to go when it comes to boxing in Seattle?
Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, the city boasts lots of first-class boxing options to sample in and around Seattle.
To find the top boxing gyms in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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Title Boxing Club
112 N. 85th St., Greenwood
Title Boxing Club is Seattle's favorite boxing gym by the numbers, with 4.9 stars out of 1,731 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 59 reviews on Yelp and 1,681 fans on Facebook.
"Title Boxing Club provides cardio classes unlike any other fitness clubs," according to the business's profile on ClassPass. "By combining hit-free boxing, kick-boxing and mixed martial arts training with intense cardio workouts and toning exercises, they’ve developed Power Hour, boxing and kickboxing classes that can push you past plateaus and help you meet your fitness goals."
"Each trainer's individual style makes every class unique. You'll be excited to come back for the strong community we've developed and a new experience in every class," its Yelp page continues.
Take a look at reviews of Title Boxing Club's selection of classes on ClassPass here.
1208 E. Jefferson St., Central District
Also among Seattle's favorites is Arcaro Boxing, with 4.9 stars out of 341 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 19 reviews on Yelp and 1,746 fans on Facebook.
"Boxing is a sport of history, heritage and stories of successes and failures," states the business's ClassPass profile. "It has long been known to give folks an outlet not available in any other sport."
"Jen Hamann is a USA-level amateur boxer and coach at Arcaro Boxing," according to the business's Yelp page. "She coaches with a clear and concise communication style. Jen encourages expression and assists people in finding their style."
See what people are saying about Arcaro Boxing's offerings on ClassPass here.
1317 Republican St., Cascade
With 4.7 stars out of 1,924 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 39 reviews on Yelp and 1,879 fans on Facebook, Evolv Fitness has garnered plenty of local fans. It's the top boxing gym in the entire Seattle metro area, according to ClassPass' rankings.
"Evolv is a boxing and kickboxing gym that also offers a whole variety of group fitness classes," its Yelp page continues. "The Brawl studio features a full-sized boxing ring, plenty of heavy bags and a wresting mat for grappling and MMA classes."
See what people are saying about Evolv Fitness' different classes on ClassPass here.
3310 W. McGraw St., Magnolia
With five stars out of 43 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of four reviews on Yelp and 158 fans on Facebook, Magnolia Fitness holds its own among the competition.
"At Magnolia Fitness, they strive to provide an educational, entertaining and empowering environment that meets the health and fitness needs of their community and their families by providing instruction in karate, kickboxing and yoga," states the business's ClassPass profile.
"Sensei Michael O'Donnell started Magnolia Karate Academy in 2000," Magnolia Fitness's Yelp page explains. "Mike has trained in Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu for over 30 years. He spent 10 years directly under the tutelage of the late Soke (Grande Master) Teruo Hayashi in Osaka, Japan."
Take a look at reviews of Magnolia Fitness' classes on ClassPass here.
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