How Boxing Saved and Changed His Life

Keith was raised on 40 Acres in North Georgia by a mother who was a painter and a father who was a PHD in neuroscience, clinical psychologist and professional boxing coach.  At age 12 Keith’s health began declining dramatically for no apparent reason.  After 5 years of severe mental and physical decline he finally received a blood test that showed he had contracted Lyme Disease and he began extensive antibiotic treatment which took many years.

Keith began boxing because he was determined to not be a weak and sickly young man.  He began training with his father and fell in love with the sport.  During Keith’s training he boxed in the United States and Mexico and spent countless hours mentoring under his father, learning the science and art of Boxing and Boxing Coaching.

On July 4th 2010, Keith suffered a serious neck injury in Mexico and shortly afterwards retired from Boxing.  Quickly he began Coaching fighters and moved back to the United States where he would meet his future wife and business partner, Lissa Braverman.

In 2013 Keith and Lissa founded the Keppner Boxing Brand because they saw a need in the fitness and boxing market. After they identified this large gap in the market, they aligned their brand to be the perfect solution to the consumer’s needs and built strong systems to support the model.  They created a service that not only has mass appeal to new clients, but also keeps those clients 4-5 times longer than the leading fitness boxing boutique.  Because of this, Keppner Boxing & Fitness has grown at a phenomenal rate since its founding.

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