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Michael “Coach Mike” Kozlowski is one of the best boxing trainers in New York City.
He has 31years of coaching experience around the World!
Boxing trainer Michael Kozlowski has made many NY Golden Gloves CHAMPIONS!
In 2011 “Coach Mike” brought four of his students to the NY Golden Gloves Finals in Madison Square Garden resulting in three Champions!
Michael Kozlowski trained former amateur stars: 2012 Olympic Champion Luke Campbell (England) and 2012 European Champion Yegor Plevako (Ukraine), and his students Jill Emery and Yuri Foreman who both later became Professional World Champions!
Michael Kozlowski’s students include Russian, Israeli, Panamanian, Chilean & USA National Champions.
Boxing coach Michael Kozlowski has a Master degree in sports training and a Major in Physical Culture and Sports. He knows how to make Champions!
CELL PHONE: 917-304-0594
REGULAR TRAINING HRS: (by appointment)
Monday –Friday: 6am – 9pm
Saturday- Sunday: 6am – 5pm
*CERTIFIED AND REGISTERED USA BOXING TRAINER
I started as an amateur fighter from 1990 until 2005. I have consistently trained clients since 2000. I have worked for various fitness clubs, such as Bally’s Total Fitness, Punch Gym (Muay Thai), International Boxing Fitness, The Rock Fitness, The Coliseum, among others. I conduct group classes for women, as well as personal training for men, women and inner city kids, based on their fitness goals and capabilities.
After witnessing poor coaching and a lack of dedication from coaches, I decided to become “the change I wanted to see.” I became a well-rounded, full-time coach/fitness trainer for people from all walks of life. Boxing is more than a fight sport, it is a lifestyle change for confidence, weight management, discipline and skills.
All fitness plans are build upon a person’s individual goals, capacities and commitment.
Highly respected in the boxing community, I have been called upon for sparring work with known professional boxers, such as Monty Barrett, Kevin McBride, Ehino “Hollywood” Ehikhamenor, Levaun Eisley, and more.
I trained a young fighter, Devaun Lee, 178 lbs, Novice Class, Silver Medalist in the Golden Gloves in 2009, who later advanced to fight for the US National team. Ranked #6 in the Country within a two year period.
Was appointed “NY Olympic Boxing Head Coach” by the Local Boxing Commission (LBC) to train the New York Olympic team, to compete in US Nationals in Colorado (2010)
Was appointed “International Head Coach” by the Local Boxing Commission (LBC) to train the New York Olympic team to compete in Dominican Republic against Aruba, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic & Venezuela (2010)
Was appointed “Head Coach” for NY Boxing Metro at the Regional Tournament in Lake Placid, later advanced to compete in the US Nationals (2010)
Having spent over 40 years in boxing— (the first 8 years as a competitive boxer, and 32 years and counting as an instructor)— I greatly enjoy teaching the art of boxing and helping young men and women pursue their dreams.
I’ve worked with professional and amateur boxers from all over the world, including Guyana, Trinidad, Barbados, Jamaica, Russia, Cuba, Albania, Ireland, Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Nigeria, Benin, Egypt, Congo, Cameroon, Israel and the USA. I have also trained white-collar professionals in New York City with excellent success.
Currently I train my boxers out of the Green Fitness Studio, 232 Varet Street, (Bushwick) Brooklyn New York. If you are interested in learning boxing from one of the best and brightest in the business call (347) 599-0663 to make an appointment.
My focus is on improving proper mechanics, and identifying your particular strengths and weaknesses.
Of Mexican nationality, Raul took his first step in boxing at age 13 at The Gleason Gym, Brooklyn NY.
With the passage of time, and with perseverance and intense discipline, Raul arrived at The Oscar de la Hoya Youth Center, in the east of Los Angeles, where he competed in the Golden Gloves at amateur level, also representing The USA team against England and Mexico at international events.
During his growth in boxing, he joined to John Jay College, where after four years of arduous studies, he achieved the title of Criminal Justice. At the present time, besides being a Physician Assistant’s student, in Hostos Community College, he is a boxing coach, who collaborates and supports young people who wish develop their talents in the boxing field, both, amateur and professional.