Legacy Boxing Gym
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Training

Adults

Boxing is a very good cardiovascular workout. It is also a fun, high impact circuit training that focuses on strength, conditioning, and technique. Taught in a group setting, this class is designed for all skill levels.

Monthly Membership - $75

Youth Training and Mentoring Program

Legacy Boxing is a 501c3. Youth training and mentoring involves much more than preparation for competition and physical fitness. This training is designed to give youth participants the skills they need to succeed in and out of the ring. Goal setting, perseverance, respect and determination are stressed throughout the program. Whether participants are interested in competing or trying a new sport, they will find it easy to step into this class. The training is designed to improve strength, conditioning, and technique while giving them the confidence and skills needed to succeed both in or out of the boxing ring.

Monthly Membership - $50 ages 8-18, 

Competition Boxers

Designed to improve strength, conditioning, and technique while building confidence to perform in the boxing ring. Boxers can compete at both amateur and professional levels.

Monthly Membership - (prices based on age, as described above)

 

Coach Rich

 

Richard Ueding-Lox

Specializations
Boxing
Sports Conditioning
General Fitness

Started boxing at 6-years- old, winning at State Silver Gloves, State Junior Olympics, State ABF, and State Golden Gloves. Not only was he decorated for his athletic ability, he was also awarded with the State Golden Gloves Best Sportsmanship Award. After having professional career Rich always wanted to give back to boxers and inspire them to build legacies in and out of the boxing ring.

  • Amateur Boxing Record 154-56
  • Pro Boxing Record 10-8- 1
  • 4-time Silver Gloves Champion
  • 2-Time State Jr. Olympic Champion
  • Iowa Golden Gloves Outstanding Boxer
  • Iowa Golden Gloves Sportsman Award
 

"The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses, behind the lines, in the gym and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights."

— Muhammed Ali