event was held Sat., May 10 at their location in Rock Hill at 9494
Manchester Road, and 42 people arrived that afternoon to help raise
money to fight cancer.
Attendees did not need to pay a fee get in, but a donation was required to take TITLE Boxing Club’s famous
Power Hour classes. Participants enjoyed the class, which combines the
heavy boxing bags with full-body cardio exercises and helps burn up to
1,000 calories in just one hour. Afterward, attendees took part in
raffles and enjoyed healthy refreshments.
“We are very
grateful for all of those who took the time out of their busy Saturday
afternoons to come out, box for a while, and raise money to help us
knock out cancer,” said Heath Norton, franchise owner of TITLE Boxing
This was the 2nd year that TITLE Boxing Club has hosted this event. Last year, the club was able to raise over $1,500.
All funds raised during the event went directly to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
“We want to thank everyone again for coming out to this event, and we hope
everyone enjoyed themselves here,” said Norton. “We’re eagerly looking
forward to hosting this fundraiser again next year and hope to raise
even more money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.”
Boxing Club is a national fitness club that offers total body boxing and kickboxing fitness workouts, which help men and women burn up to 1,000
calories each hour in group classes. The club, which is dedicated to the health and well-being of its members, also features effective group
exercise classes and personal training for members of all fitness