Sugarrays Vancouver boxing
Sugarrays on Granville, buyer beware, the owner is rude, aggressive , and may have boxers dementia. The sales pitch is friendly service, most member avoid the owner and won't come in if he is there. The staff trainers are good but they all leave after a few weeks or months. The owner will not train anybody. He may know a lot but so what if he never teaches it. Otherwise, the standard boxing techniques are not allowed for beginner, this leaves lots of confusion as many people already have some training. it seems the Sugarrays methods are weird and outdated, not the stuff Freddie roach or Russ anber use as basic boxing technique or almost all other boxing gyms. The owner insults members and staff in front of all making a very unfriendly space to train, trainers have to hid standard training methods, members are getting frustrated, it is too sad, as it could be a good gym if under better management. Former members sincere comments. If you really want to learn proper boxing , pay a bit more, and go to well know trainers like north burnaby boxing, griffins, or dynamics or queens bough, or tony pep in new west. East side boxing also should be up and running soon and will likely put Sugarrays out of business or take a lot of members.
Lazy is still the new Lazy
Lets assume for a minute you might actually be serious. It is possible that this is not an elaborate ploy, I admit, just it feels rather unlikely. All four of you joined in time to only post on this topic. And you all managed to use the search function. See, it is just coincidence piling on top of coincidence.
Originally Posted by Buce Wee
So anyways, assuming you are different people, you still didn't play the game right as there are rules on how to build a proper review. How do reviews?
Swept with a kick? Or swept with a foot sweep? And lots of wrestlers work from a square stance. I did for four years.
he is an arrogant mow fucka. I felt like side kicking him in the knee disabling him for life. I bet they don't teach you that in boxing.. and honestly the way he squares you up. makes you a perfect target to get sweep'd off your fucking ass with a kick and or taken down.
And no, they didn't teach me to side kick to the knee in boxing. I did learn that in Kenpo though. I went to boxing to learn things that work. (I've been side kicked to the front and side of my knee and it never seemed to explode like my Kenpo instructors told me it would - wierd).
So enough off topic. You really want to win at this, read the sticky and write a proper review.