Harrison Boxing


About us

Whether your goal is to simply get in better shape, learn basic self defense, or compete in the ring, I encourage you to try this class! We provide training for men & women of all fitness levels.

Where and How...

Training available 6 days a week

Classes Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 6-8:00 pm

All levels and ages

Personal training available

Sat morning circuits coming soon

Thousands of square feet, several rings, heavy bags, speed bags.

Sanctioned Combsport boxing club

Greg Harrison

Greg has been involved in kickboxing and boxing for 24 years as a competitor, coach, corner man and judge. As a competitor Greg fought in 12 pro boxing fights and 2 amateur kickboxing fights throughout BC, Alberta, Washington, Oregon and Nevada. He was trained coached, cornered, and traveled with dozens of amateur and pro fighters, while helping hundreds of beginners get started in boxing and kickboxing. For the past decade Greg has focused on training boxers both male and female. He still judges at many local events and corners pro boxers, however his passion is to help new and experienced boxers compete in the ring.

The Harrison boxing program is based on some very basic principles. It develops a high cardiovascular level of fitness to help perform techniques properly, but most importantly the program is based upon the theory "Have a strong mind, you will have a strong body." Greg believes whether you think can or think you can't – you're right!

Boxing is a very hands on sport that will give all students a very real sense of what self defence and self offence are about. It takes away any false sense of security and gives self confidence from what you learn and develop into.

The Harrison boxing style outlines basic footwork, sound lateral movements and powerful hands.

Basic Footwork:

  • Using small steps with sharp angles that's allows you to maintain optimal balance for both offence and defence.

Sounds Lateral Movements:

  • This uses your legs to reduce upper body movements while still providing enough safe distance to slip punches and maintain balance.

Powerful Hands:

  • We eliminate wasted movement while still using the body to generate power for punches. The most powerful punch is the one that connects.

Harrison Boxing in the News

Investorideas.com - January 29, 2018
Harrison Boxing Participates in First Boxing Match of 2018 and Comes out Winning

Investorideas.com - March 8, 2017
Delta Boxing Coach Greg Harrison Moves to New Location in Richmond

Investorideas.com - June 12 2012
Cotto Vs. Martinez Madison Square Garden; Still a Martinez Fan

Greg Harrison of Harrison Boxing, a trainer in Canada said, “After seeing the recent Cotto-Martinez fight I've decided there are three parts to this fight. First, Cotto fought a sensational fight. He looked possibly better than I've seen him ever look. He got back to what he's good at with the left hook, rolled punches nicely and walked down Martinez for the bulk of the fight. Second and equally as important was all the Martinez factors leading up to the fight. He wasn't willing to make any excuses so I'll lay out a few for him. Between the shoulder, hand and most him importantly his knees, he most definitely wasn't the Sergio of old; the one who moved for 12 rounds and caught people trying to catch him. Seven months on crutches for a 39 year old that relied on moving is a death sentence. I'm not sure any amount I warm up would have helped him in this fight with his recent history. Third is what the future holds. Cotto has a great win under his belt and if he stays at middle weight it will be much harder to hold the belt than it was to win it. I'm hoping to see him try but don't bet your money on him in a big name middle weight bout. As for Sergio I truly hope pride doesn't get the best of him. It's a terrible way to end your career but it's even worse to hold on and try again. Let it go and be proud of what you accomplished. Thanks for the memories."

The Delta Optimist - January 2, 2013
Harrison already looking forward to another boxing card

Investorideas.com - December 7 2012
Harrison Boxing "December Destruction" Amateur Boxing Event Big Hit with Local Boxing Fans

Investorideas.com - November 30 2012
Harrison Boxing Second Amateur Boxing Event To be Held December 1st in Richmond B.C.

The Delta Optimist - November 23 2012
Harrison Boxing Show to feature exciting card

Richmond News - November 16 2012
Harrison Boxing hosting amateur card December 1 at Richmond Sports Club

Boxinging News 24 - November 9 2012
Harrison Boxing to Host its Second Amateur Boxing Event December 1st in Richmond B.C.

The Delta Optimist - January 13, 2012
Former Ladner boxer and now trainer hosting fight card

Greg Harrison, Harrison Boxing, South Delta Leader - January 12, 2012
Ladner boxer looking out for those in the ring

Harrison Boxing, Greg Harrison Event Featured in The Boxing Examiner - January 11, 2012

Boxing.com News - January 10, 2012

Boxing news wire - Saddoboxing.com - January 10, 2012
Greg Harrison, Ladner Boxer Turned Trainer, Hosts Amateur Boxing Event in...

Fightsrec.com - January 10, 2012
Boxing News from Around the Web

Canada's MMA Forum at Top MMA News - January 10, 2012

Kickboxing News - January 10 2012

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