Bringing Boxing In Chelmsford Closer To Everyday People

Mighty Fighter Boxing in Chelmsford is a unique training programme with an achievable goal at the end – To become a Mighty Fighter Boxer in the ring.

We give normal everyday people the chance to get in the ring for real. This means that absolutely anyone can give this a go and does not depend on any special fitness levels or skill.

March 3rd 2018

Hundreds apply for this and only the selected are chosen to start a journey that will not only change their lives forever but help the charities we fight for to.

This is an opportunity of a lifetime to be trained by professional boxing coaches for FREE!

Get in the best shape of your life and do something amazing whilst also raising money for a worthy charity.

On completing the "Mighty Fighter Boxer" you will be in the best physical condition ? of your life but more importantly you'll leave with the mental strength ? to conquer anything life throws at you

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"This is one of the best experiences I have  ever had".

D McCubbing

Mighty Fighter March 2016

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Are You Up For The Challenge?

If you love a challenge and think this is for you then get stuck in and sign up today for the next one. We have all sorts of people shapes and sizes it really doesn't matter about your fitness as that's why we give you 8 weeks boxing training.

Let's Help Isabella's "Wish to Walk"

Our daughter, Isabella, is an identical twin and was born prematurely at 31 weeks gestation. She weighed a tiny 4lb 3oz at birth and required CPAP to assist with her breathing. She also struggled with weight gain and needed a Long Line procedure to help with this. After 35 days in the NICU at Broomfield Hospital she was discharged.

Over the next year, we noticed that Isabella was missing milestones. There was a drastic difference in her mobility in comparison to her twin sister, Scarlett. Her consultant at Broomfield Hospital discharged Scarlett, but Isabella has remained in his clinic.

When she was 11 months old, she was referred to see a physiotherapist who we saw monthly. With the help of the physiotherapist, Isabella can now sit unaided but is very unsteady. She has also learnt to crawl but glides her legs as she can not lift them.

At 22 months old, Isabella had an MRI scan done on her brain and spine. The results showed that she has Periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) which is a type of brain injury. This confirmed the diagnosis of Spastic Diplegia, a form of Cerebral Palsy.