Boxing is a challenging way of getting to know one's own strength, endurance and mental wellness. And it is one of the most rewarding ones out there when it comes to personal gain regarding such traits as character building, self-confidence and self-improvement. This goes hand in hand with the vision of the SPARBAR philosophy, which includes their understanding of social responsibility.
SPARBAR wants young people to succeed, and the earlier they start to actively create their personal journey, the better for them and all of us as a society. SPARBAR recognizes the responsibility to do their part to ensure the next generation of young people will grow up to be full of self-esteem and able to take care of and to stand up for themselves and others.
“SPARBAR is a purpose-driven and social brand. We’re dedicated to help develop the next generation of future world champions. Or to simply take the kids off the streets,” says SPARBAR founder Jazz who commissioned martial arts YouTube sensation Master Wong for the SPARBAR kids & youth academy.
Master Wong, whose early life was dominated by bullying and violence, is keen to work with kids to build up their self-esteem, self-defence skills and mental power, and to train and develop talents. Currently over 40 kids throughout the UK and the U.S. have been equipped with the SPARBAR training devices, and receive professional mentoring and training. Now this program will be expanded globally.
“We’re honoured to be part of all these amazing success stories of these rising stars from 19 year old Boxing Youth Olympic Gold medallist Karol Itauma from London, UK and World kickboxing, Sandee Muay Thai & K1 British Champion Tiah Ayton who is incredibility still only 13.“ say Jazz - These kids are the heartbeat of SPARBAR as a brand,” he adds.