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Collin Jeppe is from the Maui, Hawaii where he began boxing at the age of 18. He has also practiced MMA for five years before moving to Portland, Oregon. He then focused his training on boxing where he joined West Portland Boxing and competed as an amateur. He has taught and coached at several boxing and MMA gyms. He teaches incredible boxing classes that also encompass fundamentals for those who want to get a good sweat on but learn the art of boxing.

Meet Other Trainers

Our Portland City Boxing trainers conduct fitness and specialized classes that will improve your fundamentals of boxing and kickboxing but most importantly your health! Get in shape while learning how to box and have fun doing it. Our coaches and staff are ready to help you meet you goals.

Coach Julianne uses her skills and boxing experience to create  a fun, energetic and open class experience for her students! Growing up around boxers and gyms, Julianne joined PCB in 2017, and has been teaching classes  to an ever-growing following of students since 2018. A registered USA Boxing amateur and winner of the co-main event  at the 2019 Idaho Falls Rumble in the Jungle, she is able to combine her own personal transformation and love of fitness with solid technical skills to help her clients be their best!
    Joshua Polk is a NASM certified personal trainer and a registered USA Boxing amateur in the Masters division. Due to his own personal journey with fitness and weight loss, Joshua has a unique, firsthand understanding of the challenges of losing weight and what it takes to get – and stay – fit. Joshua uses his experience, knowledge and passion for boxing and fitness to help his clients reach their goals. His specialties are weight loss, nutrition, strength and conditioning, boxing, functional fitness, obstacle course racing, and circuit training. Join Josh for a challenging but fun,  interactive high-intensity conditioning class on Thursdays at 10 am and reach your peak potential! When he’s not at the gym, Joshua is busy being a proud father to his one-year old son, William and running obstacle courses with his wife Shannon.
      Anthony Castro started boxing at the age of 13 in South Los Angeles where he was born and raised. He started competing at 16 when he moved to Oregon and trained at West Portland Boxing for many years. Anthony loves to train anyone willing to learn the art of boxing. Whether it’s for fitness or competition, Anthony trains his students to forge their bodies and minds like a fighter.