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Q&A: New TITLE Boxing Club Owner Darryl Ayers

Leader of new fitness club in Courthouse Plaza gives insight into new location.

Editor's Note: Fairfax TITLE Boxing owner Darryl Ayers answered questions about his new fitness club. Click here to read more about the Courthouse Plaza location.

What is TITLE Boxing Club?
TBC International, LLC opened the first TITLE Boxing Club fitness center January 2, 2008 in Overland Park, Kansas. TITLE Boxing Clubs offer explosive total body boxingand kickboxing fitness workouts that help women and men burn up to 1,000 caloriesan hour in group classes. The company is owned by retired professional boxer and promoter Danny Campbell; Kansas businessmen Tom Lyons and Rick Washburn; experienced franchise executive John Rotche; and Title Boxing Company, the world’slargest distributor of boxing, kickboxing and MMA equipment, apparel and accessories.

Why open TITLE Boxing Club in Fairfax?
Given its rich and diverse social, cultural, and economic history, Fairfax was a very attractive community to open a TITLE Boxing Club. With strong demographics and the city's support of new businesses, Fairfax was a very appealing area to open one of threeof my TITLE Boxing Club franchises.

I felt strongly that we could have a significant impact not only on changing people's lives but also by given back and contributing to the community's social and economic development. TITLE Boxing Club Fairfax brings a new and exciting business concept,model, and proposition to members of the community and fills a much needed void. This is not your traditional health or fitness club. Our health and fitness approach extends beyond offering boxing and kickboxing classes. We work closely with each member to understand their fitness goals and objectives and tailor group/individual training sessions to help members achieve their fitness goals and objectives. We facilitate transformational change through helping members alter their diets and nutrition,enhancing members' cardio conditioning and strength, and building self-defense awareness and skills.

What does TITLE Boxing Club offer beyond the traditional kick boxing classes held in Fairfax County gyms?
Our mission at TITLE Boxing Club is to change people's lives through the promotion ofhealth and fitness awareness, facilitating individual’s physical development and well-being, and enhancing individual’s self-perception and self-confidence.

In addition to offering its signature Power Hour boxing and kickboxing classes, the clubalso offers personal training services whereby members can enhance their boxing and kickboxing knowledge, skills, and techniques. The beauty of our fitness concept is thatall fitness levels are welcome and no prior boxing or kickboxing experience is required. To encourage the novices and professionals to come and try one of our Power Hourclasses, we offer what we call "Your First Free" whereby prospective members can take a free trial class to determine if the exercise regimen works for them or not.

TITLE Boxing Club Fairfax is a non-contact, non-sparring fitness club. We have found that focusing on the fitness vs. fighting aspect helps to alleviate the concerns and anxieties of many prospective and active members who are seeking an alternative workout in a safe and comfortable environment. The majority of our members and target demographic are females who lead active lifestyles, are looking to lose weight, and/or are looking to get or stay fit.

TITLE Boxing Club is excited to be a part of the vibrant and thriving community in Fairfax. We are thrilled at the prospect of becoming an active member in the communityand feel strongly that we have a very different value proposition to offer fitness club members. We are so confident that our Power Hour total body workouts will help members to get results that we offer a results guarantee. So what are you waiting for... come in today for a FREE trial class or to sign up for a new membership. And remember to always Hit it Hard!

OMcBurton November 13, 2012 at 02:02 PM
I've been a member for just over two months and I am definitely seeing results. I started slow, going just twice a week and quickly moved up to going 5 times a week this past month. I've dropped a pant size and lost 13 pounds. I highly recommend everyone come out and try a class.
Erica R. Hendry November 13, 2012 at 03:45 PM
Glad to hear it!

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