Release Your Million Dollar Baby | Glenn Azar

Fitness and Mindset Bootcamp-
This is fitness done different.

There’s no doubt that Boxing is one of the most effective forms of exercise to get you in shape and fast. My boxing programs are even more than that, they’re an opportunity to strengthen your mind as well as your muscles – I will send out a weekly inspirational email to get you on track, fired up and making sure you’re ready to withstand the onslaught of the Christmas and End of Year parties that are bound to be plentiful.

Check below to see the known benefits of a boxing for fitness program.

With over 20 years experience in the industry, you know you’re in good hands to get the most bang for buck with my programs.

Program commences on Monday 31st October 2016 and we will train right up until Christmas. You don’t have to skip the good stuff at Christmas, you just have counteract it with some exercise. It’s all about balance at this time of year.


You’ve never had results like these before because you’ve never approached Physical Fitness like this before.

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How do I join?

Please email me on  to sign up or call me on M – 0438 364106 if you have any questions.

This is your chance to invest in YOU. Forget next week, next month or next year.

Start with where you and what you have. Remember if nothing changes then nothing changes. I am here to be the Game Changer and make sure the next 12 months are the best you’ve ever experienced.

What’s the Investment?

The full Eight Week program is $240up front or $40 per week if you pay weekly.

It’s a ‘Personal Development Program’ not just a Fitness Program and will be receipted as such.

When and Where do I have to be?

  • 5:30am, 6:30am and 5:30pm
  • Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Friday there’s no night session)
  • Saturday 6.00am
  • Fighting for Fitness – 3 Amy Street Albion
  • Commences 31st October to 23rd December 2016

Military Bootcamp

This is not a military styled bootcamp where the aim is to smash you physically. Yes it’s based off years of physical training in the Army but the main focus there is to build people and teams, not to destroy them.

Forget the things you see in movies. The real goal is all inclusive fitness and challenges to utilise your fitness in ways that will carry over into your business, work and personal lives.

All fitness levels will be catered for.

End 2016 fired up inspired and ready to roll for a huge 2017. Smash through your own perceived limitations.

Feel amazing with a guaranteed program that’s tailored to your individual skills, goals and fitness level.

If you want to get a different result, you have to do something differently. Let’s take 2017 by the throat and make it our best year ever. We’re building you into a Positive Mindset Warrior. Are you ready?

Glenn Azar –  M – 0438 364 106



Benefits of Boxing:

1. Fat Burning

Boxing can easily burn as much as 500 calories per session. Boxing however, has an additional benefit thanks to the fact that it is high intensity training. You see, when performing high intensity training, you not only burn heaps of calories during the session, but for hours after the training session has ended. Typical cardio activities do not have this post training calorie burning effect. Hence, boxing is your best friend when it comes to losing weight.

2. Increased Muscle Tone

A typical boxer’s physique is toned and defined without a lot of bulk and that’s why it’s perfect if you really want to tone up. This is because punching is a fast repetitive action that produces toned taut muscles, in contrast to the slow, controlled, very heavy movements involved in body-building or weight lifting that produce size or bulk.

3. Build Strong Bones and Ligaments

Resistance training strengthens your bones and reduces the progression of osteoporosis. In boxing, focus pads and punching bags provide resistance as does your own bodyweight when you perform pushups, pull ups, lunges, burpees and various other exercises. Your joints, tendons and ligaments will also get stronger in response to working against resistance.
Using your bodyweight as can also help you maintain or increase your lean muscle mass which is absolutely critical to keeping your metabolic rate burning at maximum capacity. This is of utmost importance if you are trying to lose body fat.

4. Increased Cardiovascular Fitness

Boxing is a full body movement so when you throw punches a huge number of your body’s muscles are contracting at the same time. This makes your heart and lungs work overtime to pump blood containing oxygen all around your body.
Boxing will test your cardiovascular system to the max, forcing your body to adapt by making your heart and lungs better at delivering oxygen. This means that you can train at a higher intensity, giving an even greater fat burning effect.

5. Improved Muscular Endurance

Boxing requires your muscles to contract repeatedly causing the muscles involved to fatigue. With training, your muscles can keep contracting for longer durations without getting tired, allowing you to train harder for longer and ultimately burn more calories.

6. Improved Core Stability

Anything that causes your body to become unstable requires your core muscles to work harder to keep you balanced. Boxing requires lots of fast rotational movements and these core muscles will develop to allow you to punch hard without losing your balance

7. Improved Strength and Power

Boxing is the ultimate full body workout. Correctly thrown punches use your legs, hips, glutes, core, obliques, back, shoulders, chest and arms. Punching against resistance causes all of these muscles to contract with more force and speed, developing further your strength and power.

8. Stress Relief

Sure, boxing is a fantastic physical activity that can help you get in shape, but it has psychological benefits too. Hitting stuff can make you feel really good! Take out the stresses of your normal life in a safe, controlled environment. It will leave you calm and relaxed and ready to tackle whatever curveball life throws at you next!

9. Improved Co-ordination and Body Awareness

Moving lots of parts at the same time requires a good connection between your brain and your body. With patience and practice, focus and discipline can transfer over to other sports and activities.

10. Improved Confidence and Self-Esteem

Mastering the techniques involved in boxing often make people feel pretty good! The better your technique, the more force you can put into your punch. The noise you hear when you land a strong, accurate punch right on the sweet spot of the focus pad is so satisfying!