Instructors / Personal Trainer

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Coach Danial Jalil

Boxing Experience

  • 3 x SG National Champion (60KG)

  • HongKong Open 2016 , 17 ( Sliver Medal , Gold Medal )

  • 2018 King's Cup Thailand Open

  • 2017 SEA Games Competitor

  • 2016 Asian Boxing Champion Competitor

  • 1 Pro fight win

Also available for Personal Training

Do call / whatsapp at +65 90064984

Rates for Personal Training

 5 sessions for $500

10 sessions for $1000

20 sessions for $1800

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Coach Solihin Nordin

Boxing Experience

  • 17 years boxing experience

  • National Team from 2009 to 2017 (8 Years)

  • SEA Games athlete 2013 (Bronze) & 2015

  • ACE CPT certificate

  • SG Boxing coach level 1(coming soon)

  • Master Functional Training level 2

Also available for Personal Training 

Do call / whatsapp at +65 88266728

Rates for Personal Training

 5 sessions for $500

10 sessions for $1000

20 sessions for $1800

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Head Coach Syed Kadir 

Boxing Experience

  • More than 50 years boxing and coaching experience

  • Current President for Singapore Amateure Boxing Association

  • Won Singapore Open title from 1968 to 1976

  • In 1969, he won the National Championship and went on to represent Singapore in the South East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) in Bangkok, which he won a bronze medal.

  • Won the Boxing Gold Medal at the 1971 SEAP Games after defaeting SEAP Champion Vanla Dawla

  • Represented Singapore at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany 

  • Won the silver medal at the 1973 SEAP Games

  • Won a bronze medal at the 1973 British Commonwealth Games in New Zealand

  • 1973 Sportsman of the Year by the SNOC, in recognition for his contribution to boxing and sports in Singapore.

  • Won silver at the 1975 SEAP Games in Bangkok.

  • In late 1976, Kadir announced his retirement after the President's Cup in Jakarta. He retired with a record of 11 losses in over 100 fights and reigned as Singapore champion for eight years.

  • In 1985, the national team won several international medals, including its first Southeast Asian Games gold in 12 years. He was named Coach of the Year by the SNOC for that year, making him the second person after bowler Henry Tan to receive both the Sportsman and Coach of the Year honours.