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Lone Star Hitters Boxing Club (LSHBC) acquires new name!

Beginning November 9, 2015, Lone Star Hitters Boxing Club will conduct business as Donis Boxing Academy (DBA).  It has been a life-long dream for Coach Donis to make an impact in his community, as one of the best boxing clubs in town. For the last six years, Coach Donis has worked hard at establishing just that. The introduction of Donis Boxing Academy marks a new chapter in Coach Donis' life, and is a stepping stone to making the name "Donis" a well-known name in the boxing community.

"If you want to be the best, you have to train with the best!" - David Donis (Owner/Boxing Coach)

Donis Boxing Academy (formerly known as Lone Star Hitters Boxing Club) was established in 2006 by former North American Boxing Federation (NABF) Champion, David Donis.  Through his 16 years of boxing experience, David has created an atmosphere for those who are interested in pursuing a career in boxing, or for those who are interested in weight loss or taking their fitness capabilities to a new level.


Through David's 16 years of boxing experience, he has developed a fitness program based on boxing techniques and boxing training regimens.  To date, it has been a huge success and has proven results. 


Find out more about Donis Boxing Academy's services and specialized training programs. You can find the training program that’s just right for you!

All About David

Get to know more about Owner / Boxing Coach, David Donis' boxing background.  He has an extensive amount of boxing experience than most competitors around town!  Click on the link above to find out more about his credentials and why you should become a member today!

What are the benefits in boxing for children and teens?

The boxing program offered at Donis Boxing Academy (DBA) has proved to be a huge success with children and young adolescent individuals.  Young individuals come to unwind, to release tension, and to get attention.  DBA is a place where they can feel productive and important.  DBA's main objective is helping children and teens, by offering them a ‘safe-zone’ and outlet that will give them an opportunity to learn a skill that will provide them with discipline, self-confidence, self-respect, comradeship, and a sense of belonging.  For some students, boxing gives them a sense of direction, and it keeps them on a straight path through their teen and young adult years.