Nonprofit Teams Up With Tulsa Gym To Teach Boxing To Adults, Children With Down Syndrome

From an article appearing online on News On 6 (newson6.com) in Tulsa, OK.

Wednesday, August 18th 2021, 5:33 pm
By: Sawyer Buccy

TULSA, Oklahoma – A nationwide nonprofit that helps kids and adults with down syndrome learn boxing skills has come to Green Country.

Coaches at 99 BXNG said they are thrilled to bring this opportunity to the Tulsa community…

Next week they’re starting a program that will teach kids and adults with Down Syndrome boxing skills.

“If you put boxing gloves on anyone, they suddenly have a different way of standing, a different way of carrying themselves,” said Lauren Gates with Down to Box…

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Local gym partners with organizations to offer boxing classes for children, adults with Down syndrome

From an article appearing online on WHIO TV7 (whio.com) in Kettering, OH.

February 13, 2021
By WHIO Staff

KETTERING — A local gym partnered with the Miami Valley Down Syndrome Association and “Down to Box,” a national non-profit, to offer fitness and boxing to children and adults in the Dayton area.

TITLE Boxing in Kettering launched the program and held their first classes today.

Children between the ages of 6 and 12 had class at 11 a.m. Another class was held at 12:15 p.m. for those 13 and older…

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