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Box12 by Hatton BOxing offers a range of boxing for Fitness solutions, using the latest technology to optimise your members training experience.

BOX12 and Fitness Time Saudi, have agreed a significant 68 club roll out of the BOX12 in club solution. After a successful trial across 7 clubs the BOX12 in club solution provides Fitness Time with a designated, club in club, technology led, boxing fitness offering. This enables Fitness Time to run an automatous and continuous rolling circuit, and the ability to run classes thus providing the versatility to optimise gym space, while consistently delivering a best-in-class boxing for fitness member experience.

In addition to the in-club solution Fitness Time have also purchased a significant number of BOX12 POD’s. The versatile and space efficient POD’s will allow Fitness Time to strategically place them throughout their estate on gym floors and in studios.

Anthony Elliot CEO of Fitness Time, Saudi said “Over the next 12-18 months we have

a very clear strategy in place which will see significant development of our existing sites. We have partnered with BOX12 to deliver the product in 68 clubs that covers a wide spectrum of our estate. We are always looking for innovative, connected products that allow for our members to enjoy the best and most efficient training, and for this reason BOX12 was the ideal partner for us.”

Jamie Cartwright & Jon Eade, Owners of BOX12 said '' Our industry has taken a beating over the last couple of years, and we felt that as much as anyone launching BOX12 only 2 months prior to the first lockdown. This only motivated us to adapt and create a portfolio of products that enabled us to grow the business in the most challenging of circumstances. We are proud to now have secured this partnership with Fitness Time and look forward to it developing over the coming years”

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BOX12
BOX12 was born in 2019 and is the brainchild of best friends and entrepreneurs Jamie Cartwright, ‘SAS Who Dares Wins’ contestant in 2021 and Jon Eade, owners of Hatton Boxing. BOX12 is a boxing focused company producing expertly developed full turn key solutions designed for in-club use. The range also has a consumer option as the company expands to make boxing accessible for everyone to enjoy. Developed by a professional team who know health and boxing inside and out. BOX12 is the go to company for boxing solutions which are innovative and easy to use for trainers, club members and home use.
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BOX12 by Hatton Boxing offers a range of boxing for fitness solutions, using the latest technology to optimise your members training experience.
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