We are warriors. In and outside the ring. We are power personified. A force to be reckoned with. Not one to go down without a fight. We know that boxing is so much more than a sport. It’s a lifestyle.
Wrapped up, gloves on; our head’s in the game, eyes on the prize. Boxing brings out our alter-ego. It breeds confidence, breaks down every battle we’ve ever fought and, suddenly, life becomes clearer. We only know how to give it our all and we’re empowered to be better.
Beneath the sweat and shortened breath, there’s an urge to pick up the pace and power through. Barely able to breathe, fists moving faster than ever, the fight inside of us is a fire that does not falter. It’s the fight that wills us to carry on. We’re built for battle.
Sure, we can throw a punch, we can take a hit. But it’s our mind that secures survival. When we feel like giving up, our brain wrestles on. Our fists may tremble, our arms may fall but our minds remain focused. Boxing is strength. And our mind is our most dangerous tool.