Ottawa’s Premier Boxing Gyms!

Boxing is a fantastic and popular way to get fit, hone your body and your reflexes while showing off the payout of all of your hard work. But nobody enters the ring an expert; we’ve all got to start somewhere. Fortunately for newbies and seasoned boxers alike, Ottawa has numerous gyms to choose from wherein you can work on this physical craft. But you can’t choose just anywhere to train and perfect your technique. You need a gym that can work with your current skill level and goals for the future, which can be harder to find than you’d expect.

Luckily, we’ve taken some of the guesswork out of it and pinpointed five of Ottawa’s most acclaimed boxing institutions!

1). Beaver Boxing Club
145 Spruce St, Ottawa, ON K1R 6P1, Canada


Beaver Boxing Club has everything you need to sharpen up your skills-without all of the lace and frills that some other gyms offer. This not-for-profit boxing club places a firm emphasis on competent and passionate coaches who will help you to improve, no matter your skill level when you walk through the doors for the first time. Since 1943, this establishment has offered classes for both adults and youths who have an interest in boxing, as well as those who wish to someday box competitively. No matter your goals or your starting point, Beaver Boxing Club is right here in Ottawa, and ready to get you ring-ready.

2). Final Round Boxing
1175 Brookfield Rd, Ottawa, ON K1V 0C3, Canada


People come from all over the Ottawa area to train at Final Round Boxing, and it’s not hard to see why. Experienced and incredibly knowledgeable trainers, a friendly environment and the best equipment on the market makes this the place to be when you’re looking to sharpen up your skills or pursue boxing for the first time in your life. Young or old, veteran or newcomer, you’ve got a place in Final Round Boxing.

3). N-1 Thai Boxing Academy
401 Preston St, Ottawa, ON K1S 4N1, Canada

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This world-class Thai boxing institute is located right here in Ottawa, and offers classes in boxing, Thai boxing, kickboxing and MMA. You’ll meet some of the most knowledgeable instructors in the art of Thai boxing, in a friendly atmosphere that won’t make you feel self-conscious for being new to it all. This fully-equipped gym is really second to none if you’re just branching out into the world of boxing and want to find an all-inclusive space to figure out what variation of the sport is right for you.

4). Phoenix Boxing
321 King Edward Ave, Ottawa, ON K1N 7M5, Canada

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This unique, non-sparring boxing gym is the perfect spot for training, or for introducing yourself to the world of boxing for the first time. There are enough qualified and friendly coaches on-site that on some days, everyone feels like they’ve got their own personal trainer. You can’t beat that kind of one-on-one training when your goal is to hone your skills and build your confidence.

5). Saroughi International Taekwon-do Inc
1950 Bank St, Ottawa, ON K1V 7Y6, Canada


Saroughi Interational Taekwon-do Inc offers a variety of Muay Thai boxing and kickboxing classes that are suitable for all ages and skill levels-whether you’re a beginner, or a seasoned and competitive boxer. This unique gym focuses on a personalized experience for each individual to help them achieve the results they want most efficiently for their natural talent. There is a huge selection of classes, including family-oriented sessions, to suit everybody’s training and fitness needs.




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