Trainers are good but the place isn't as clean as I would like. You walk around barefoot wear people are walking in their shoes. At the gym I used to go to, you had to take your shoes off at the front door. They could stand to sweep and mop more often.
Tough classes, great instructors who push you and competitive atmosphere in wanting to push yourself. Friendly people all around looking to get in shape or stay in shape. All types of people from beginners to experienced.
Be ready to work hard! Great place. I was intimidated at first because I've never tried boxing or kickboxing before but once I got there they walked me through everything! You learn on your toes but that's the best way to learn!
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About Fight Firm Elite MMA and Boxing Training Facility
When fighters from organizations such as Strikeforce, UFC, and Bellator hang up their gloves, it’s typical to see them getting in workouts at Fight Firm Elite MMA and Boxing Training Facility. Amateur and pro fighters regularly enter Fight Firm’s rings, including light-heavyweight champion boxer Bernard Hopkins, who trains at the gym three to four times a week. In addition to competitive athletes, Fight Firm also welcomes average joes to take advantage of its expansive list of classes, which includes fighting styles such as boxing, muay thai, Brazilian jujitsu, MMA, and wrestling. Trainers have outfitted the gym with two full-stage boxing rings and a competition MMA cage, allowing them to hold two or three classes simultaneously. Trainers also specialize in traditional martial arts including capoeira, karate, tai chi, and various styles of kung fu.