TRAIN LIKE A PRO...IN A FAMILY FRIENDLY GYM!

BULLZ BOXING CLUB OF OXFORD

INSIDE THE LEGACY 925

925 N LAPEER RD, OXFORD MI 48371

248-296-4321

COVID GUIDELINES

  • IF YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE YOU MUST PROVIDE YOUR OWN CORNERMAN
  • NO SHARING of equipment. Every member must have their own gloves, wraps, etc
  • Please bring your own water bottle/beverage labeled with your name
  • Masks must be worn
  • If member/cornerman is UNWELL, please do not come to class 
  • Every member must SIGN the COVID WAIVER

My struggle with PD has become that much easier because of the expertise, enthusiasm, and love demonstrated by you and your staff...my days with the disease are better off because of Rock Steady Boxing Northern Oakland County. Thank you for all you do to enrich my life!

Mike M, fighter at RSB Northern Oakland County

​ROCK STEADY BOXING NORTHERN OAKLAND COUNTY 

PUNCH WITH PURPOSE!

Bullz Boxing Club is proud to offer Rock Steady Boxing. Train with a professional boxer in a genuine boxing gym! We are located inside The Legacy Center at 925 N Lapeer Rd, Oxford 48371. Classes taught by Rock Steady Certified coaches with assistance from other qualified individuals.

Rock Steady Boxing, a unique NON CONTACT exercise program, based on training used by boxing pros and adapted to people with Parkinson’s disease. The program involves regular exercises, such as stretching, running, jumping rope, push-ups, balancing and lots of non-contact boxing, led by experienced trainers/coaches. Rock Steady Boxing serves both men and women of ALL ages and levels of ability.

This full-body workout, tests balance, agility and hand-eye coordination, all of which can be affected by Parkinson's. It also can build muscle strength, potentially help speech (some say grunting or yelling while punching aids with vocal projection) and even offer an outlet for frustration toward symptoms or disease. Plus, Rock Steady promotes friendship and community, reminding participants that they're all “fighting together against Parkinson's.”

Like many types of exercise, boxing can ease a range of PD symptoms. Research suggests, however, that it might be doing even more. A 2011 study in the journal Physical Therapy showed improvements in walking, balance, performance of daily activities and quality of life in people who boxed regularly. 

 Assessments MUST be performed by us at our location prior to beginning any classes to determine class placement. We offer a beginner assessment package for $100 that includes a gear bag, professional boxing gloves, speed wraps and a t-shirt in addition to the assessment. 

If you are transferring from another location and have gloves and wraps, the assessment alone will be $50.

Assessments will be performed on WEDNESDAYS only from noon - 3 pm. Please call Maria to schedule 586-201-6573.  

CLASS SCHEDULE:

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY 

10:30 - NOON 

12:30 - 2 PM


(CLASS/TIME PLACEMENT BASED ON ASSESSMENT RECOMMENDATION)


$125 PER MONTH