ABA - Amateur Boxing Chelmsford
We are affiliated with the ABA - Amateur Boxing Alliance (England) CIC which offers and alternative platform to any one wishing to pursue boxing in Chelmsford as a carded amateur.
We have an amateur squad that trains 3 times per week which offers anyone 13yrs + the chance to be part of a growing team benefiting from new skills, confidence, excellent fitness and so much more.
If you want to be be part of the ABA then please call 07708844777 for an initial chat about your future.
TRAIN LIKE A CHAMPION
SETTING GOALS - FOCUS - INSTILL RESPECT
Kids learn how to set goals for themselves when they box. Accomplishing small goals can make kids feel great. In this sport, kids are shown how to overcome challenges. All progress is noted and rewarded with recognition, and your kids do not have to win a tournament to feel good about achieving goals.
Boxing requires intense concentration to be successful in it. It is physically demanding but also tests kids’ mental strength. This can improve your kids’ attention in the classroom and improve academic success. Children who are physically active tend to concentrate better when facing challenges.
We teach self-respect and encourage kids to hold their head high at all times. Good sportsmanship is instilled early on and is a valuable lesson for kids to learn throughout their life. Boxers understand the importance of winning and losing gracefully.
HELPING YOUTH ATHLETE'S REACH THEIR MAXIMUM PHYSICAL AND MENTAL POTENTIAL WITH THE POWER OF BOXING
BUILD CONFIDENCE - SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT- DISCIPLINE
Giving young people positive affirmations helps them develop better self-esteem. Telling children you believe in their abilities sets them up for success. It helps them stay motivated and builds character knowing they can persevere through tough situations.
While boxing is an individual sport, it still gives kids the chance to meet other kids. They may also get the opportunity to travel for tournaments, which gives them the chance to go somewhere new. Leagues are usually categorised by age group, so your child can make friends with people their age. They meet kids from different backgrounds and cherish memorable moments.
One of the most important lessons kids learn from boxing is discipline. This sport demands mental and physical strength. Kids overcome challenges that strengthen their character. They learn to respect the time and follow the rules. Boxing changes a kid’s behaviour for the better and improves their mental focus.