Buxton Wrestling Programs

Buxton Athletic Training Center is the premier sports and wrestling training facility in New Jersey

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BATC Training

World class coaches and trainers are bringing incredible results to people of all walks of life

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Buxton Gym Memberships

Become a well-rounded athlete by using our robust training facility. Sign up for a PSA classes!

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Time to Train

Buxton Athletic's 14,000 Square-Foot Facility Has Something for Everyone

Measures to Protect Against Disease

Our members’ safety is first and foremost the most important factor to all of us at BATC

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Buxton Gym Memberships

Become a well-rounded athlete by using our robust training facility. Sign up for a PSA classes!

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BATC Training

World class coaches and trainers are bringing incredible results to people of all walks of life

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Buxton Wrestling Programs

Buxton Athletic Training Center is the premier sports and wrestling training facility in New Jersey

Check It Out

Buxton Athletic Training Center

 TIME to TRAIN

Buxton Athletic’s 18,000 Square-Foot indoor/outdoor facility has something for everyone

Buxton Athletic Training Center boasts 18,000 SF of indoor/outdoor gym space and matted wrestling areas making it one of the world’s largest athletic training facilities. Guided by the world class knowledge of Team USA’s Jeff Buxton and NCAA Champion Jay Albis, Joe Ferinde, Skylar Grote and more. 

Why do Olympians choose BATC? 

  • Team USA Men’s Freestyle Coach Jeff Buxton
  • 4 full wrestling mats and matted private practice room
  • Recovery room for manual therapies, treatments and joint/soft tissue work
  • 8000 SF indoor/outdoor gym including ~100 feet of Rogue pull up rigs, Hammer Strength and Sorinex equipment, turf, bouldering wall, boxing room, cardio deck (rowers, spin & assault bikes) and miles of wooded trails
jay albis ncaa champion all-american worlds unlimited male athlete of the year
Coach Jay Albis 3X All-American, 2X NCAA Champion, 152-13 collegiate career record