Recreational boxing is accessible to everyone from the age of 12. Classes take place in a gymnasium specially designed for the activity, under the supervision of a certified Boxing Canada trainer. The majority of our members are recreational boxers who train with the aim of acquiring or maintaining good physical condition while practicing an energetic and fun sport.
Initially, the trainer in charge will teach you the basics of boxing and suggest activities to guide your fitness. Subsequently, the training will consist of either free training or follow-up with a common training plan proposed by the coaches.
The proposed plan is changed regularly with different training themes that follow the annual training plan of the competitive team.
Educational Boxing is a form of practice that is used for younger boxers in two age groups 5 to 8 yo and 8 to 12 years. It differs from amateur and professional boxing on two fundamental requirements: the practice must not harm the opponent and any violent behavior is immediately sanctioned.
The essence of the "Boxing" activity remains the same, was differentiates the form is the power of the blows Educational Boxing touches are used instead of power blows. The students must impose themselves by their technical and tactical qualities and by no means by the power of their blows. The speed of execution is not changed, but must be accompanied by a total control of their punches.
This form of boxing guarantee a safe practice. Several prohibitions such as hitting or intending to hit a prohibited area, holding or pushing, unsportsmanlike behaviour. Educational Boxing allows students to develop speed, endurance, flexibility and elasticity. It also introduces the student to the various boxing techniques: attack, attack preparation, defence and counter-attack.
During the training of the techniques and during the assaults, during the training, the coach takes advantage of certain situations to inculcate to the student knowledge allowing him to better manage the effort, the space, the time, and also self-esteem and control of emotions.
Competitive boxing is for those recreational boxers who are looking to compete at an amateur level. A yearly medical examination and a competitive booklet is requested from Boxing Canada.
The Ludus Head coach will meet with the boxer to set an annual training plan and the boxer will then prepare and learn in order to compete in local galas, provincial and International tournaments.
Learning proper technique is paramount in all competitive sports and it surely holds true in boxing. The ludus coaches's goal is to build world class boxers by equipping them with the tools and skills needed to compete at the highest levels. Training will be structured with detailed training sessions with fundamentals drills, physical conditioning, mental preparation and strategic planing. Our boxers will master the sport of boxing and become true technicians of the sport through dedication and commitment and through the adherence to a lifestyle of discipline and commitment in their training inside and outside of the ring.
If you think you have what it takes to become a boxer, come join our competitive team!
New Schedule Schedule for 2023 & 2024
Boxing for kids : Tuesday and Thursday 17h00 à 18h00 - 75$+tx/month
Boxing for Teens : Monday, Wednesday 18h30 to 19h30
Boxing for Adults : Monday and Wednesday 19h30 to 20h30
Intermediate Boxing: Monday & Thursday 18:15 to 19:15 & Saturday 10 am to 11 am
Pricing for Boxing for Teens and Adults and Intermediate
1 month / 100+tax
3 months / 240$ tax
6 months/ 420 + tax
1 year / 600$ +tax
Note that Boxing for teens and adults will also have an unsupervised access to the gym between 16h00 and 19h00 all week long