Fight Fitness, a leading provider of group fitness kickboxing, bootcamp classes and personal training and proponent of creating welcoming and inclusive environments for all, is giving back to the community with a donation of $800 to Autism Society Ontario.
Autism Society Ontario has been a hub for information and source of representation for people on the autistic spectrum and their families for nearly 50 years. The organization is the leading source of information regarding the spectrum and consists of knowledgeable families, professionals and advocates. Their goal is to make information, connections and support more accessible for autistic individuals and their families.
“Your investment will be used wisely in the best interest of the people we serve and will make a difference. Thank you!”
– Autism Society Ontario
“We are always happy to give back to our community. We are glad to support the growth of a more connected, supported and inclusive local environment.”
– Joe Hsiung, CEO Fight Fitness
Fight Fitness is the leading fitness and lifestyle company helping regular people make the difficult look easy. That’s why we call our clients ninjas!
Our services include fitness kickboxing, boxing, bootcamp, personal training and online fitness and health coaching with a supportive community that helps people to burn fat, tone up and learn to kick butt in life.
Unlike traditional fitness models like gyms, personal trainers, and group workouts that are incomplete programs, Fight Fitness is the only one that offers a complete solution with individualized fitness programming, nutritional support and accountability to ensure long term results.
Founded in 2011 by Joseph “Joe Fight” Hsiung a former amateur kickboxer and personal trainer, Fight Fitness has helped hundreds of busy professionals transform their lives to be the best version of themselves. Operating a studio in Markham we’re the #1 rated fitness studio on Google, Facebook and Yelp. Supporting the communities we serve we’ve partnered countless charities like the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 360 Kids, Markham Stouffville Hospital, United Way, Canadian Red Cross and Sick Kids Hospital.