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Army Foundation College

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Im startin the Army Foundation College this September hopefully, would i be able to start boxing there? i've wanted to box for quite a while now would i be able to start at the college? or do you need previous experience?
 
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I was at AFC 02/03. Yes you can start boxing there. I think it was one of the options in the DofE scheme. However you wont do it in your PT lessons. As for experience i doubt it. Some of the lads i knew took scuba diving and they certaintly didnt have any experience.

Hope this helps.
 
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Dan1vikings08 said:
I was at AFC 02/03. Yes you can start boxing there. I think it was one of the options in the DofE scheme. However you wont do it in your PT lessons. As for experience i doubt it. Some of the lads i knew took scuba diving and they certaintly didnt have any experience.

Hope this helps.
Thank you very much.
 
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dont suppose anyone knows if i can still box whilst at itc catterick?
been boxing for years and wouldnt mind keeping it up whilst in training, even if i cant fight...
 
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matty92 said:
dont suppose anyone knows if i can still box whilst at itc catterick?
been boxing for years and wouldnt mind keeping it up whilst in training, even if i cant fight...
Well to be quite honest it's a busy training package, I doubt you'll have as much time as you wish for it during phase 1 of your training atleast but providing they have the resources after the first 14 weeks that should be no problem considering evenings and weekends are yours.
 
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