Jabz Boxing Continues to Empower Women and Girls; Announces Partnership with Girls on the Run
Popular Female-Only Boxing Studio Teams Up with Nonprofit that Supports Girls Through Positive Youth Development
PHOENIX – Jabz Boxing, a full-body circuit workout that utilizes boxing inspired exercises designed specifically for women, announced its partnership with Girls on the Run serving Maricopa and Pinal counties, a nonprofit physical activity-based, positive youth development (PA-PYD) program that inspires girls in 3rd through 8th grade to be healthy, joyful and confident. To kick off the partnership, Jabz Boxing will sponsor the upcoming Girls on the Run 5K on May 4, 2019 in Phoenix.
“It’s truly an honor to partner with an organization like Girls on the Run,” said Kimberlee White, CEO and co-founder of Jabz Boxing. “Being a female-specific fitness concept ourselves, this event aligns perfectly with what we set out to do in our community – building an empowering experience for women.”
Girls on the Run uses running to inspire and motivate girls, encourage a lifelong appreciation of health and fitness and help them build confidence through accomplishment. The organization envisions a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
“We are thrilled that Jabz Boxing is a sponsor of Girls on the Run serving Maricopa & Pinal Counties,” said Meagan Kukowski, executive director. “This sponsorship will help further the mission of the organization and make an impact on the lives of the more than 1,400 girls we will serve throughout this year.”
Founded in 2012 in Scottsdale by Len Hayko and Kimberlee White, Jabz Boxing took Arizona by storm, quickly becoming the leading boxing-inspired fitness concept in the area due to its high intensity, results driven workouts and strong sense of community. Franchising began in 2013, and Jabz Boxing has already grown to a total of 20 Arizona locations and one location in the Philadelphia metro area. Now, Jabz Boxing plans to increase its footprint across the country, entering key markets such as Las Vegas and Denver, where it will bring women an empowering community and energetic workout experience.
For more information on Jabz Boxing visit https://www.jabzboxing.com.
About Jabz Boxing
Jabz Boxing, a full-body circuit style workout utilizing boxing inspired exercises designed specifically for all women. Our focus is on developing fitness rather than fighters. Our workouts combine cardio, strength training, core work, and plyometrics to help give clients a full body workout to maximize results and meet all of our client’s fitness needs.
Jabz workouts change daily to help keep our client’s bodies constantly challenged and our Jabz certified trainers are prepared to help guide and motivate women of all different sizes, ages and body types though an energetic and intimate workout experience.
Since it began franchising in 2013, Jabz Boxing has now grown to 20 franchise locations in Arizona and New Jersey.
About ZGrowth Partners LLC
Partnering with Great Brands to Build World Class Franchise Systems. ZGrowth Partners is a consulting firm specializing in managing the franchise sales, operations and brand development of emerging franchise concepts. Through its private equity fund, ZGrowth Capital, our strength is focusing on investing in and growing differentiated franchise concepts with attractive unit-level economics. To learn more about ZGrowth, visit zgrowth.com.
About Girls on the Run
Founded in 2004, Girls on the Run serving Maricopa has served more than 12,000 local girls and their families. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event. With the largest 5K series by number of events in the world, Girls on the Run hosts more than 330 5Ks per year. Girls on the Run was recently included as a top research-based program in a Social-Emotional Learning Guide developed by researchers at Harvard University and has been recognized by the National Afterschool Association (NAA) as one of the most influential after-school programs. Visit gotrmc.org to learn how to get involved.