Leading Lady: Harry Learns to Box
Reese Scott teaches Harry how to jab, sidestep and dodge a punch in the ring.
Watch Coach Reese Gives Lisa A Few Rounds Of Her Life + Boxing Tips On ABC's Freeform New TV Show "The Letter"!
BUSTLE's Life + Boxing Lessons In A Day
I couldn't help but think that if I had a coach like Scott as a kid, it would have made all the difference. - Arielle Dachille. bustle.com
"Boxing Is A Constant Test Of Your Physical and Mental Strength."
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"This isn't some little kiki. It's Women's World of Boxing, and they ain't here to play games".
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"Quick-Moving Boxer Finds Pain Relief Fast at Walgreens"
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Exec leaves her publishing job—for the boxing ring
“Teresa Scott was a creative director for a publishing company. Then she discovered boxing.”
Boxer Teresa Scott Promotes Fitness & Self-Confidence in Women.
“Teresa Scott is a knockout—literally. A creative director in the publishing industry by day, the health-conscious entrepreneur hops in the ring most nights to train other women—ranging in age from 14-70—to box.”
Small Business Opportunities
“American Dream Entrepreneur Teresa Scott is the Founder/Head Coach, and Personal Boxing Trainer at Women’s World of Boxing. T. Scott offers group and private “technical” boxing training for women ranging in age from 15-62.”
“Teresa Scott spent time with local kids to help Nike celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Title IX Celebration of Sport.”
Well + Good NYC
Women’s Boxing: an Olympic sport–and thriving in New York.
“At a gritty, fighter-style gym on 28th Street, Teresa Scott, the founder of Women’s World of Boxing, wraps wrists and then teaches young women how to punch. In the background, men knock each other into the ropes and around the rings.”
TLC’s What Not To Wear
A Fashion T.K.O.
“Boxing and fashion don’t always go together and that’s especially true in the case of this thirty-something boxer.”
"This isn't some little kiki. It's Women's World of Boxing, and they ain't here to play games."
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Women’s boxing is here: Men,watch out!
“I feel very strongly that my students should learn the science of the sport,” Scott said. And the classes have been life changing.
Boxed Out with Teresa Scott.
“Teresa Scott knew the women didn’t know any better. Pulling them aside after their training session to tell them.”
Watch Out Mayweather! Up Close & Personal With NYC Boxing Coach Teresa Scott.
Boxing gives you a voice and the inner strength to break down and understand the mechanics of how you have arrived and where you have arrived.
Teresa Scott is Featured as
one of Go Magazine’s
Red Hot Entrepreneurs 2014.
″As intimidating and foreign as [founding the gym] was, I´ve always felt that it chose me, and I trusted it because it felt right,″ Scott says. Now, she´s introducing the next generation of female boxers to the sport through clinics for nonprofit girls´ leadership and empowerment programs.
Teresa Scott is highlighted as one of Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love: Class of 2011.
“As a creative director in publishing for 14 years, Teresa Scott spent much of her workday sitting. She had also battled obesity since childhood, and after receiving disturbing results from an annual physical, she made a commitment to exercise, eat smarter and live better.”
GoRecess Playground Pro: Teresa Scott-Helping Women Fight Their Way to Healthy.
“Teresa Scott (aka “Coach T”) is a knockout—literally. A creative director in the publishing industry by day, the health-conscious entrepreneur hops in the ring most nights to train other women—ranging in age from 14-70—to box.”
WOMEN’S WORLD OF BOXING CLASSES: A MOTIVATIONAL PUNCH
“Hey, (sofa-sitting) champ, swimsuit season is coming, and you’re off to a rocky start. Get back into fighting shape with Women’s World of Boxing.”
Fitness Tips From Inspiring NYC Athletes
“My personal motto is that your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go — they simply determine where you start.”
“Teresa Scott fought her way back to health, now helps other women through the ‘Sweet Science'”
Boxing a Hit at All Women’s Club.
“Eight years ago, Teresa Scott was 250 pounds. The 39-year-old tried boot camps, gyms, and other fitness classes. Then she discovered boxing.”
Women’s Boxing Added to 2012 Olympics! Why It Could Be the Right Workout for You.
“This is a very exciting time for women’s boxing,” Teresa Scott, registered USA boxing coach and the founder of Women’s World of Boxing in New York City, tells HealthySELF. “The world’s most important sporting body including women in the games gives legitimacy to and validates women’s boxing and the participating athletes.”
Beyond Classically Beautiful
Fitness For Spirit: Box Like Reese
I share what I know, so that my clients will know. I share where I’ve been, in order for them to have a clear understanding why I founded Women’s World of Boxing and what our community represents. I share how I arrived where I am, to help them see that they always have options in choosing and changing directions in their lives. I share where I intend to go, because I believe that with every goal reached, it’s important to set another goal.
BE A CONTENDER: SELF-DEFENSE AND BOXING TECHNIQUES FOR LGBT WOMEN“
SheSeek caught up with Teresa Scott, the owner of Women’s World of Boxing, to talk about smart ways for women to defend themselves. Teresa offered some great insight, and even chatted a bit on how she started the only female-owned boxing group made just for women in New York.”