Membership levels and costs

Morrison Boxing is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation and your dues cover the cost of operation and maintenance for the gym. All of our staff and coaches are unpaid volunteers. Your dues payments are considered to be donations and are fully tax deductible on both federal and state tax reporting forms. We will provide you with a receipt documenting your contributions at the end of each year. (We believe that we offer the best training at the lowest cost of any comparable facility in Arkansas.)

We offer three levels of adult and teen memberships priced according to the length of time you choose to commit to your training. We also offer a Junior program at a reduced cost. These costs cover your training as either a Competitive Boxer or as a Fitness Boxer.

In gratitude for your service we offer a 10% discount for active duty military personnel and law enforcement officers.

Adult and Teen Memberships: Ages 16 and above
Gold: Monthly Bank Draft of $60.00
Twelve month membership commitment, dues payable monthly by ETF Bank Draft

Silver: Monthly Bank Draft of $70.00
Six month membership commitment, dues payable monthly by ETF Bank Draft

Bronze: Monthly Bank Draft of $80.00
Three month membership commitment, dues payable monthly by ETF Bank Draft

Family memberships: Additional members of your family may train at reduced cost.
Gold $40.00, Silver $55.00, Bronze $60.00 per each additional family member

Junior Olympic/After School Membership: Ages 8 through 15
Three months commitment, @ $40.00 dues payable monthly by ETF Bank Draft
($100.00 single payment)

Adult and Teen Single Payment Option: Your single payment saves one month’s dues over the total you would pay as 12 monthly dues payments.

Gold: Single payment of $660.00
(Twelve month membership dues less one month ( $60.00) payable in a single payment)

Silver: Single payment of $375.00
(Six month membership dues less one month ( $75.00) payable in a single payment)

The single payment option is not offered for Bronze memberships.

8 Responses to Membership levels and costs

  1. Arron Tapp says:

    I couldn’t find anything on the website but what do the different levels of membership include for adults? I am interested in boxing but like to know what level would be best for me. Thank you!

  2. Candies Warren says:

    I am wanting to sign my 11 year old up for classes starting in December if possible. Do I need to come to the facility and register him? Can I pick the days for practice?

    • Hello Ms Warren,
      At 11 YO your son is in the “Junior Olympic” class; ages 8 through 14. The youth or “JO” training is scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 9:00 am to 10:00 am. We encourage prospective club members to come to the gym and watch a training session. If what you see is what you expect then we ask that your young man try it out by training with us for three sessions. That three day trial is at no cost to you. The three day trial will let your son know what he’s getting into. Boxing training is not what he may think it is and boxing is not the right sport for everyone. Regarding practice days; that is up to you although working out less than two days a week will not allow him to develop the “muscle memory” needed to actually box. As he progresses he can join the more advanced members in the 6:00 to 8:00 pm sessions if he wishes.

  3. foster says:

    My 16 year old is interested in boxing. What would the training days/hours be for him? With year membership. Also, do u offer an “out” or trial month? Don’t want to commit to a year of payments if after a month he doesn’t like it. Thanks

    • At 16 YO your son is a “senior” so his training days include Mon-Thurs from 6:00-8:00 pm and Sat 9:30-11:00 but he does not have to train all of those days
      We do ask that any prospective member train with us at no cost for three days before committing to join.
      We do not encourage short term memberships however we do offer three months at $80 per month.

  4. DWarren says:

    Do you have to commit

    • Yes you will need to commit to training regularly if you want to learn to box. The length of time you commit to is age dependent and the cost varies according to the number of months you select. Take a look at the page you are commenting on.

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