Zak Williams has been with us since the age of 15 and has barely missed a session in that time. He is a fully commited member of the coaching staff since passing his England Boxing level 1 coaching qualification. A skillful and extremely fit competitve boxer with 15 bouts under his belt. He’s competed with the best in the region as a 2 time Eastern Counties Development Championship finalist at youth and senior level.

In addition to coaching boxers and fitness classes Zak is also helping to corner other boxers at shows as well as taking on One to One personal training clients. He is trusted and proficient with some of our longest standing external coaching bookings at local schools and footbal academies.

Zak is also a Karate black belt having trained in that discipline for many years since childhood. The focus, balance and coordination taken on board from other martial arts has helped Zak improve his boxing at a fast rate over the last few years as he enters into adulthood. He’s got the World ahead of him as a sportsman and a coach.

Another popular member of staff at Ultimate with all age groups and who better to help progress other amateur boxers, run a fitness class or build somebody up One to One than a championship level boxer who’s been in the ring at a decent level.

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Ultimate Boxing founder and head coach Matt is a BBBofC licensed professional boxing trainer, Level 2 England Boxing coach and WABBA qualified personal trainer / fitness instructor. After a short spell of boxing training at around 12 years old, Matt returned to Lowestoft Amateur Boxing Club just before hitting his 30s to get fit and lose some weight. The bug bit hard this time and...

Craig began boxing at the age of 9 back in his hometown of Barnsley and continued boxing at Lowestoft ABC into his youth having approaching 30 contests and representing England on more than one occasion.

Craig had three professional fights before circumstances led to a three year hiatus in which time he didn’t set foot in a gym at all. Ultimate Boxing Academy head coach Matt Smith knew Craig from his own days at Lowestoft ABC and when the first Ultimate Boxing gym was opened ...
    At 24 years old Hamish Adkins really has got a bright future ahead of him. Another avid sports fan and player, with cricket and rugby experience at school which led to some competitive playing experience for Lowestoft and Yarmouth Rugby Club. Powerlifting was a big part of Hamish’s life for five years, which saw him compete at one stage. Interestingly, he’s also spent two years learning the art of fencing which will come in handy when it comes to boxing footwork we’re sure! In 2019 a ch...