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What To Expect

Most of all, expect to have fun at Cappy’s! At Cappy’s everyone works out at their own fitness level. Our Coaches will help you to achieve your goals through practice and repetition.

Cappy’s offers a variety of boxing workouts:  Boxing Fitness Classes and Sparring Skills Classes as well as Youth Boxing Classes and Personal Coaching. Check out the links to get a sense of which is right for you. We have a special rate for first-timers, $5 for Boxing 101, your first Boxing Fitness Class or Youth Boxing Class. We accept cash, check and credit cards. Our holds and extensions policy can be found here.

The gym is located in Seattle’s Central District. Parking is on the street. When you arrive enter via the alley on the south side of the building and go down the stairs to our facility. Plan to arrive fifteen minutes early to give you time to familiarize yourself with the gym, meet your coach and learn how to wrap your hands.

Before you come in for your first class, please register online. This will let you create an account where you can purchase classes, pre-register and sign our waiver form. To keep ensure you get a quality workout, we limited class numbers to 24 and ask that boxers pre-register online. You can also download the Zen Planner app on Android or IOS which will allow you to reserve or cancel classes from your phone!

We have restrooms where you may change into workout clothes–sweats, shorts, T-shirt and gym shoes are fine workout clothing. You can store your belonging under our benches.  We have a water fountain and also sell water bottles in the gym ($1).

All training equipment is provided for Boxing 101, your first Boxing Fitness Class, Youth Boxing Class, or Personal Coaching session. A mouth guard is required for your first Sparring Skills Class. They are available for purchase at the gym ($5). Handwraps are available for purchase ($15) or rental ($2).

For information on wrapping your hands, download our poster or watch a short instructional video.

If you are anxious about your first class, feel free drop into the gym and observe a class beforehand. 

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