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Knock Out Event Held for Title Boxing’s Grand Re-Opening

Title Boxing Club Clarksville, TN – Title Boxing Club has been open in Clarksville for three years and recently received a new look. Remodeled to give its members a better experience, now members have an easier check-in process, easy view and usage of the ring, lockers to store their belongings when working out, and a better layout of the weights and workout area.

Owner Kris Bender was making everyone feel welcome and encouraging them to explore the club.

Attendees of the grand re-opening were able to witness and participate in mini classes that consisted of warm-up, boxing rounds, and a core workout.

Clarksville's Title Boxing’s holds Grand Re-Opening
Clarksville’s Title Boxing’s holds Grand Re-Opening

Title Boxing Club also hosted the Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event at the same time following a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Many Chamber members were there along with current members of the boxing club.

ID Life, a vitamin and supplement company had products on display, Dickey’s Barbecue and Smoothie King handed out samples, Dr. Greg Fryer from Medical Direct Care talked about health issues, Taylor Spine and Sports Rehabilitation had their massage therapist and physical therapist answering questions and demonstrated massage techniques, Aqua Color Lounge answered questions about improving your physical appearance, others were in attendance as well, and the event also included a raffle and a photo booth for anyone to take photos with the boxing gear.

Clarksville's Title Boxing’s holds Grand Re-OpeningRachel Hamrick has been a Title Boxing member for a year. Hamrick was there in workout gear and participated in the workout demonstrations.  “Title has changed my entire life, from working out and the energy here, working out with people who care, who check in with you when you are here and check in with you if you are sick at home and can’t come in for a class, it is like a family in here. I would recommend Title to everyone,” said Hamrick.

Andano Pryor Turner ll was a member for five to six months before becoming a trainer at the club. He passed all of the requirements and training needed to become a trainer this past September. Turner tries to get members to push themselves by motivating and pushing themselves.

Clarksville's Title Boxing’s holds Grand Re-Opening“I get a lot of good feedback after the class, during class they don’t like me so much, but after I see good positive results. Members that come in regularly are making so much progress and they have changed their lifestyles, they have lost weight, started weight training and progressed so much. Everyone is welcome, you do not have to know anything about boxing, you can grow with the trainers, get a great cardio workout, and the trainers will help you any way possible,” Turner said.

Title boxing is growing according to owner Kris Bender. Inc. magazine has named Title Boxing Club as the number one fastest growing franchise. This is due to a “1774 percent three year growth with 175 clubs open or under construction and 250 clubs in the planning process,” as stated in the Inc. Magazine article.

There are 60 heavy bags for members to use during their boxing workouts. Classes are held regularly throughout the day and evening and members can also come in and work out during the Club’s open hours.

For more information about Title Boxing Club call 931.245.2820.

Lois Jones
Lois Jones
Lois Jones is the Associate Director of Career Services at Miller-Motte Technical College, photojournalist, and instructor of Beginning Digital Photography for Austin Peay State University's Community School of the Arts. A graduate of Austin Peay, she worked as a photojournalist, writer and Photo Editor for the University newspaper "The All State," for nine semesters. During her time at APSU, she competed and won in the Southeast Journalism Conference (SEJC) two times and placed fifth in her first competition and then third in her second. SEJC ranks all the Colleges and Universities journalists and recognizes the top 10 in each field in the entire Southeast region. To be awarded fifth and then third overall for “Best Press Photographer” for the regional Colleges and Universities is truly an honor and speaks to her ability. She has been working as a freelance photojournalist for over seven years to include The Leaf Chronicle, Clarksville Online, Austin Peay and several other papers. Lois also undertakes independent jobs when requested. Hired for a PR campaign, “Mowers for Military Families” by Lawnboy Lawn Mowers, her photo for the campaign ran in many print venues and was displayed on the Reuters board in the middle of Times Square.
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