Fitness means being able to perform physical activity. It also means having the energy and strength to feel as good as possible. Getting more fit, even a little bit, can improve your health. After a busy day of work, you tend to become a couch potato rather than taking a evening walk or hitting the gym. Running, walking, gardening – it’s all good. Regardless of what you do, regular exercise and physical activity is the path to health and well-being. But, what if being fit can be fun along with learning some ancient fighting forms? One such place is Fitness Fight Club (FFC).

The FFC Bangalore, started by Singaporean venture capitalist Austin Prakesh. He is a boxer too and it was his passion which led him to establish this club. This is no ordinary fitness gym. FFC trains in Boxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Fight Yoga, Wrudo – Wrestling and Judo and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), recognised by the World Muay Thai Council. It caters to people of all age group as well as beginners, regardless of their fitness level.


Hitting the gym only makes you shed sweat and improves your physical attributes, whereas these ancient art forms teaches you to improve concentration power, decision making skills, and how to strategize and win against all odds (in the boxing ring as well as in life).

These kind of art forms improves strength, agility, reflexes, and muscle tone; Keeps you active and healthy by decreasing the risks of common chronics like cholesterol, diabetes and high blood pressure. FFC also offers a free trial of one hour, where you can get an actual glimpse of what it is all about.

FFC is planning to open more centres in Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and NCR to promote these ancient fighting art forms.

White Collar Bouts (WCBs)


These training doesn’t limit indoors. Every year, FFC organises White Collar Bouts (WCB), where these ametuer professionals fight a professional fight. The Boxing and Martial Arts practitioners of this club are not only fitness freak but also enjoy the sports along with their daily 9-5 jobs. WCB took off in 2002 and used to be held in Singapore, Hong Kong and London. FFC brought WCB to India and Dubai starting 2010.

A Glimpse of WCB 2016

A Day At FFC, Bangalore

Team Punag was glad to join FFC for a training session for rigorous workout followed by Boxing and Muay Thai. Go grab this opportunity to experience the heat. For more information visit Fitness Fight Club


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