It’s not a marathon – but it will take everything you have.
It’s not skydiving – but it matches the adrenaline rush.
It’s not climbing Mount Everest – but the achievement is just as tall.
It’s the FightFit Challenge – and it’s one of the greatest experiences you can undertake.
Anyone who has stepped into the ring will tell you it is one of the most intense, but fulfilling experiences you can have.
Not many people get the opportunity to do this – less than 1% of the population has the courage – but through the FightFit Challenge we give you a taste of what it is like to be a professional fighter.
For many of our members, this experience has been life-changing. Participants go through the fight camp process and take themselves out of their comfort zone. FightFit Challengers go through a journey of self-discovery where they find out what they’re really made of.
The FightFit Challenge training camp is made up of three group training sessions a week over eight weeks with Faisal and the FightFit team.
Along with this participants must do at least one personal training session a week, as well as adding in track and sprint work.
After the first four weeks we will add in a sparring session each week for the group – although we do suggest sparring earlier if you can.
This is what a professional fighter would do in preparation for a fight, and we expect no less from our fighters.
The FightFit Challenge takes you out of your comfort zone and pushes you to your limits. The training is hard but rewarding. The fight is challenging, but the most fulfilling experience you can go through.
The FightFit Challenge will take everything you have, but give you back so much more. It’s an opportunity to really test yourself mentally and get the most out of your fitness and boxing training.
All our fighters are registered by the Professional Boxing and Combat Sports Board. We want all our members to get the most out of the fight, so safety is the highest priority. All our fighters are matched up evenly (based on weight and ability) but make no mistake – it is still a fight and the real thing.