Kids Boxing FAQs

Below are some of the common questions we get asked about our kids boxing programme and the links to book onto the correct course.

If you have further questions that are not answered here, please feel free to contact the team through our contact form

Q1. When do classes run? 

A One session per week from week of 7th September until week of 14th December (total 14 sessions, breaking week of 26th October for half term)

Beginners 7 to 10 years: Wednesdays 5-5.45pm

Beginners 11 to 15 years: Wednesdays 6-6.45pm 

Intermediate 7 to 10 years: Tuesdays 5-5.45pm

Intermediate 11 to 15 years: Mondays 5-6pm OR Tuesdays 6-6.45pm

Q2.  How can I book a place? 

  1. By following the link below and choosing the course option you require.  All profile contact details must be completed along with waiver form and health questionnaire before your child attend the first session. 

https://12roundsboxing.co.uk/calendar-and-bookings/#tmup=/p/68830-12-rounds-boxing/memberships/

Q3. Do you offer drop in classes?

A.  No, we run courses only so children can progress their skills 

Q4.  Will my child get hurt?

A There is no contact at any of our sessions.  Sparring only takes place following completion of both beginners and intermediate programmes and is run as a set programme which requires parental consent. 

(*Sparring, pad works or contact is not permitted at this stage due to Covid Regulations)

Q5. Do you supply gloves? 

A No, following Covid regulations we are unable to lend gloves out. You must buy your own gloves prior to  starting the course.

For younger children (7 to 10 years) we recommend 8 -10 oz gloves and older children (11 to 15 years)10-12 oz gloves.

You can buy online from Amazon, Sports Direct, Geezers Boxing and other boxing/fitness outlets. 

Q6. My child is booked on ____ course but we are away for a week and will miss a session can we make it up on another course? 

A No, unfortunately we cannot offer make up sessions as each course only has a set number of spaces 

Q7. My child is a beginner but he wants to come with his friend who is in intermediate class, is that ok? 

A No, children must come to the course suited to their experience level.

Q8.  What do we need to bring?  

A Children should come ready in gym gear and should bring wraps, gloves and bottle of water.  We cannot offer changes facilities at present due to Covid safety regulations. Hand wraps are provided on beginners course.  If they are lost or forgotten replacements can be purchased at reception. 

Q9.  Can I wait in the gym while my child is in class?  

A No, unfortunately due to Covid safety regulations we are unable to allow parents to wait in the gym.

Q10.  What safety measures have you taken around Covid 19?

A We have followed all government guidance around gym safety.  Social distancing is followed throughout the gym. Our class sizes have been reduced to 100 sq ft per person, Class times have been set to avoid volume of customers in gym and we have a one-way system to avoid any crossover.   We have an increased cleaning schedule, no sharing of equipment and bags are wiped down instructors in between classes. Hand sanitising stations are provided.  

Q11.  My child is 15, can he/she join the adult classes? 

A No, due to child safety legislation children under 16 must have separate toilets and changing facilities from adults.

Q.12. What happens after the course has been completed? 

A.  Following completion of beginners children can join the intermediate classes.  

Q13.  Do you offer personal training for children?

A. Yes, our coaches are available to for 1-1 sessions.  Blocks can be purchased on our team up booking system.  See link below. 

https://12roundsboxing.co.uk/calendar-and-bookings/#tmup=/p/68830-12-rounds-boxing/memberships/