I can answer any questions related to boxing and training. I can help anyone prepare for professional or amateur bouts. My trainer/boss of 30 years is in the Golden Gloves Hall of Fame and was either the trainer or special adviser to the former heavyweight champion of the world Big John Tate, Evander Holyfield, Roy Jones Jr., Bernard Taylor, Billy Bridges, Frankie Randall just to name a few. He was also the President of the National Golden Gloves.
I have been in the sport of boxing since 1984. I started as a boxer and advanced quickly. I was lucky enough to have some of the best sparring in the country with 3 top ten pros in my very gym. I am fortunate enough to live near one of the better boxing programs in the country. We have cultivated our facility into the largest Amateur Boxing Gym in the country. In the mid 90's I became a trainer for Golden Gloves. I train amateur and pro fighters. I have worked in many corners at USA and Golden Glove tournaments. I have worked corners in pro bouts on HBO and ESPN cards. My friend, boss and coach is the former President of Golden Gloves and I trained under his tutelage.
I am a certified Golden Gloves/USA Boxing Coach. I am also a licensed to work pro bouts in several states. I head coach of the Southern Golden Gloves National Team.
College, Pro Licenses, USA Boxing Certified, Certified Judge/Referee, Certified Fitness Trainer
It has been my life for 30 years. I love the technical aspects of the sport and the one on one competition. But the hard work and determination that it takes to be a competitive boxer is what drives me.
Boxing is very technical. I also believe it requires the strongest combination of mental and physical abilities of any sport.
Hello Daniel, You are right. She is doing the opposite of what she should be doing inside. Young boxers develop this idea that clinching is a good strategy. Usually from watching pro boxers, getting
Hello, There are 2 different ways I wrap hands. One is for practice and the other is for an actual fight. I will tell you how to wrap for practice in this reply but the wrap for a fight is much more detailed
Hello, I think you can incorporate the peekaboo style into any other style. But it needs to be just a small percentage of your normal style. The best time to use it is when you are inside. This is because
Hello Nasibov, You are smart to ask these questions beforehand so you will know what you are getting into. There are risks in boxing. Injuries to the brain are less common, but you need to be aware
Ryan, Your goal is one that many boxers have sought. There are plenty of guys that just want to accomplish the goal winning a few pro fights and not looking for fame and fortune. It's a personal thing