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Q. What is BCBA?
A.: First and foremost BCBA is a youth facility. We focus our efforts on giving our local youth a facility where they can train, develop structure and discipline through physical fitness and sports programs. Though we are a private center, it is our goal that BCBA grows into a full-fledge community center offering an array of sports and programs designed to Educate, Motivate & Inspire.

Q. What programs does BCBA offer for adults and youth?
A. At BCBA we are not looking to build better fighters. Our D.R.I.F.T. Youth Empowerment Programs are designed to build better young men and women. Sport is just the vehicle we use to reach our kids. The reality is you can't build a better athlete until you build a better person. Our D.R.I.F.T. Curriculum is designed to do just that! As we grow and fund raising efforts bare fruit BCBA plans to expand its offerings. We hope to become place where our D.R.I.F.T. graduates can learn some of the most cutting edge computer and technology courses. In addition we will offer a GED assistance program for those in our community who (for whatever reason) did not graduate High School.

To help offset the cost of running our D.R.I.F.T. Youth Empowement Programs, BCBA offers personalized one-on-one boxing/martial arts & fitness training programs for adults. Our adult programs are run SEPERATE from our youth programs. Typically they are run between the hours of 6pm and 9pm. We ask adults (18 and over) to drop by so we may personally address all your training and fitness needs.

Q. Is boxing safe for my child to participate in?
A. ABSOLUTELY! To best understand just how safe Amateur Boxing is, we invite you to visit The USA Boxing website CLICK HERE

Q. Do I have to box anyone to be in the gym?
A. NO. The majority of people who take up boxing are simply looking for a clean, friendly and unique gym to train in. The same goes for D.R.I.F.T. students (our youth program). There is no contact during phase 1 & 2 of our drift program. Only at phase 3 (Our Blue Phase) will kids get introduced to team competition and that's only if they and their parents desire to pursue it. Competition is on a voluntary basis.

Q. Is the gym coed?
A. Yes it is and we have access to separate changing/ bathroom areas.

Q. What equipment do I need?
A. NONE! BCBA supplies all its students with the hand wraps and bag gloves required to use equipment.

Q. What credentials do the trainers have?
A. All our coaches have United States Amateur Boxing Coach licenses. We also have professionally licensed fitness trainers on board! And Bob Geik our Bujutsu Sensei has the following credentials:
Black Belt Bushi Ryu - Bujutsu.
Registered U.S.J.A.- Shodan.
Registered with the United States Judo Association
Registered with the United States Judo Inc.
Registered with the United States Kendo Fed.
Certified Instructor Bushi Ryu.

Q. How old do you have to be to train at BCBA?
A. Kids can be as young as 9 years old to begin training at BCBA. Adults 18 & over can train during the evenings, remember you're never too old to train like a boxer! CLICK HERE

Q. Why is your gym closed to members Tues. & Thurs. till 6:00pm?
A. Our D.R.I.F.T. Youth Empowerment Programs are taught during those hours. Closing our gym to members during that time allows us to eliminate distractions and focus our attention on the needs of those kids being introduced to the great sport of Olympic Style Amateur Boxing.

Q. Can any kid use the gym for free.
A. Yes. Provided they have graduated from our D.R.I.F.T. Youth Empowerment Boxing Program, after which they can continue to use our gym facility FREE of charge for their FIRST MONTH. Our youth boxing gym is open Tue & Thur 7:30pm - 8:30pm
(restrictions and additional fees may apply).

Q. Do you have private lessons for those who want to train a little harder?
A. Yes. All our coaches are certified and available to teach private lessons.

Q. How long does a private lesson last?
A. A lesson takes 40-45mins and but includes 3-5 rounds of focus mitt work!

Q. How many boxing rounds must I survive before I can call you "Coach"?
A. Just one, but that first one is the toughest, because that's the round in which you made a conscience decision to get to the gym and start training.


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