Boxing: Not end but means to the end
“Swift as the wind. Quiet as the forest. Conquer like the fire. Steady as the mountain”—Sun Tzu, The Art of War.
A deep meditation on boxing unfolds your intrinsic quality layer after layer taking you to the height of perfection. Fighting is easy and fist fighting is much easier but acquiring fighting skills is something to meditate on. The unnoticed part of learning boxing skills is that it prospers humanity in you. Yes, it does. And, this is something DNA Level C Boxing focuses on—being human.
Age group in between five to 10 is the main beneficiaries of our training service. We have a set of matured coaches who teach (train) them swiftness, silence, aggression and firmness. Moreover, we prepare our trainees to master themselves before getting in the ring and this is the foremost reason why we are different than other training institutions.
Our trainees are swift against themselves, silent for themselves, aggressive against themselves and steady for themselves. Hence, they are capable of mastering their life in and off the ring in coming days. We not just teach an art of war moreover, the art of conquering self.
Boxing is not as brutal as you have been thinking. It is an art, in fact, a beautiful art. And probably, this is why the great boxer Muhammad Ali said: "Float like a Butterfly, Sting like a Bee." It is only legendary people like him who can quote such statement because he not only practiced boxing but meditated it deeply. And, there is a big difference between practicing and meditating pugilism, boxing.
Fighting against opponent is hard and fighting against self is hardest. It (fighting against self) is a long course of discipline that passes through fiery path of patience. Our main responsibility in such instance is to develop this quality (patience) in you.
DNA Level C Boxing Club has drafted some of the basic guidelines for our trainees so that they may excel in the ring and master the life:
• Respect to coach, respect to friend and respect to opponent
• Consciousness (meditate on acquired skills)
• Intense practice and
Moreover, just being a good boxer is not sufficient to lead responsible life. Human being should be responsible to its society and to develop this quality in a boxer DNA Level C Boxing Club has been offering various services in the society. They are:
• Operate community awareness program like health and fitness
• Enhance spiritual, mental and physical well being of the society
• Necessity of good health and diet
• Boxing skill for self defense and community
• Fight against ill behavior rooted in society and self— bullying, lack of discipline and obesity.
Furthermore, we are trying to lay the basic foundation of humanistic society through boxing. We believe in overall development of people—social and individual. Hence, we are using boxing as a means to the end—perfection.