With an increasing amount of people tied to desk-based office jobs, the need for an active and physical lifestyle is greater than ever. However, working long hours and sitting through a tough commute leave most of us less than motivated to sit through a boring exercise class.
But thankfully, exercise doesn’t have to be boring. Introducing Fight City Gym – the perfect place to fight your extra calories off, literally. Just a stone’s throw away from Moorgate station, Fight City offer gym-goers of all ages, backgrounds and experience an enjoyable way of fighting fat and building stamina through their range of unique and intensive training programs.
Fight City combine combat disciplines with dedicated strength and conditioning training, including Boxing, Mixed Martial Arts, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Judo. Each of these arts are taught by award-winning, world-class professional athletes who are all masters of their chosen specialty, many of whom have fought in some of the biggest venues around the world. The range of instructors The instructors put a key focus on building up your body holistically, working on both your mental and physical health, week by week.
On top of the weekly entourage of classes, Fight City also host an exclusive, 12-week ‘White Collar’ programme for those who want to live, train, and fight like a true professional. The course ends with a live match in one of Europe’s top boxing venues, where participants battle on the same stage graced by former British and World Champions including Chris Eubank, Ricky Hatton and David Haye, just to name just a few. Have you got the stamina to live like a true White Collar champion?
While large chain gyms only offer boring, repetitive fitness classes with little-to-no thought about the individual, Fight City focuses on their members above all – a welcome change in the gym scene for sure. Fight City Gym’s main goal is to get serious results for people at all levels of fitness through engaging, unique regimes that are sure to give you a challenge.
So, what are you waiting for?