Will Coix, 23, found his love for boxing at the age of 16, but was introduced to the sport as a kid at the age of 5. Whether he was fighting or not, Will quickly learned how you can get conditioned physically and emotionally. “Pushing yourself to the next level is something anyone can achieve: it made me strong, confident, and awake!” His father introduced him to the sport, pushing him to keep trying until he too, fell in love with the sport. Since then he has made the commitment Will and his father worked as a team, pushing each other to compete. While his father was training in the masters division, Will was training in the open 152lbs weight division. His experiences lead him to fight over seas for the USA team for a charity event in Newcastle, England and London, England. At the same time, his father trained for one of the biggest amateur tournaments in Kansas city. “I’ve learned so much through competing and teaching over the past years. I am really looking forward to sharing my experiences, and passion at TITLE this year. I cannot wait to see people fall in love with boxing the way I have. ” Will’s past teaching experiences were highlighted from 2005 – 2010, when his father opened a boxing gym teaching adults and children the fundamentals of boxing. “I’ve learned a lot from my dad’s gym that I want to share with the TITLE Boxing Club. This is my life; I eat, drink, and sleep boxing.” With over 18 years of boxing experience, 5 years of coaching, and 100 amateur fights Will delivers the perfect punch for TITLE Boxing Club.
Published on February 20, 2012