Posts Tagged ‘MMA’
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011
LA Boxing is pleased to announce the addition of world champion mixed martial arts fighter “Razor” Rob McCullough as the new director of instructor training. McCullough will be sourcing, training and certifying professional fighters across the nation to teach the benefits of The LA Boxing Workout™ – the gym’s signature cardio boxing, kickboxing and MMA workouts. He will be based out of the Santa Ana, California corporate office and will work directly with the vast network of LA Boxing franchise owners, general managers and trainers across the country.
Knowing what it takes to be the best, McCullough said, “I’m ready to make a difference at LA Boxing. I’d like to bring a new level of training, techniques and fun to the workouts that LA Boxing developed over the years.”
McCullough is no stranger to LA Boxing or its intense workouts. “Rob’s journey with LA Boxing has come full circle,” said Anthony Geisler, president of LA Boxing Franchise Corporation. “Long before his first fight in the ring and cage, Rob started as a member at our original gym in Costa Mesa back in 1995.” He said.
McCullough was only 17 years old at the time he joined the club. Sean McCully taught his first class and immediately noticed something special about Rob. Quickly, he transitioned into a trainer, teaching LA Boxing’s signature workouts to everyday folks. By age 19, he was ready for his first professional fight. Skill, tenacity, respect and victory soon earned McCullough shots at televised fights, career changing opportunities and world-class opponents. His professional record is impressive with 19 wins and seven losses. He holds titles in International Muay Thai Council (IMTC), World Extreme Cage Fighting (WEC) and in numerous other international fight organizations. More recently, McCullough starred as an assistant coach on season 11 and 14 of the popular reality MMA television show, “The Ultimate Fighter.”
LA Boxing is the world’s largest franchisor of boxing, kickboxing and mixed martial arts gyms. Gym members of both sexes – from pre-teens to senior citizens – experience unique methods of getting and staying in shape. Integrating mixed martial arts and various related physical activities and exercises, the trademark LA Boxing Workout is a one-hour, heart–thumping, calorie-burning workout that relieves stress, burns up to 1000 calories and builds self-confidence. Members also can benefit from personal training sessions as well as the latest cardio and strength equipment and LA Boxing fashion apparel.
For additional information or interview opportunities with Anthony Geisler or Rob McCullough, please contact Keith Williams at 714-668-0911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
LA Boxing Baton Rouge Instructor, Andrew Sall, and member, Ashley, demonstrate fundamental mixed martial arts techniques often used throughout basic classes. Sall utilizes a 1, 2, 3, 2 combo with slips and a duck. He finishes the series with sprawl drills and a jab/cross burnout.
Friday, March 4th, 2011
Every week we gather a list of articles related to health, fitness, MMA, boxing and kickboxing for our readers as a one-stop shop for helpful tips and tricks when it comes to working out. Enjoy!
What to Eat Before and After a Workout:
Starting a Workout Routine:
Sanchez vs. Kampmann: