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I can answer any and all questions about the sport of boxing as well as fitness.

Experience in the area

Cary Williams-Nunez co-founded PRIME TIME BOXING, INC. in 1998 Cary has been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX as well as in national publications such as Shape, Energy, Fitness, Entrepreneur, Inc., FHM, USA Today and The New York Times. Cary has even graced the cover of Muscle & Fitness HERS. Cary currently contributes to SHEKNOW.COM, EHOW.COM AND LIVESTRONG.COM, was a fitness columnist for the Sacramento Bee and has been a guest on many radio shows and television news shows as a boxing and fitness expert. Cary has appeared on the popular NBC reality show, Fear Factor, for fitness segments on Better TV and recently shot boxing fitness segments for UNIVISION . Cary was recognized by The California Legislature along with Brandi Chastain and several other women in sports for her contribution and impact on girl’s sports. In the boxing world, Cary boxed competitively in the amateurs and won the Pacific Northwest Women’s Tournament before hanging up her gloves. She is a Level IV Boxing Coach and was also selected by USA Boxing to certify trainers as LEVEL I and Level II USA Boxing coaches. She has been certifying boxing coaches for USA Boxing since 2001. Cary co-created and co-hosted “Boxing 101” Boxing Camp Workout and “Additional Fundamentals”, unique boxing instructional and workout DVDs. She has been spokesperson for Everlast since 2006. Under Everlast, she has created a boxing class format for 24 Hour group fitness called Everlast ShadowBox. This class launched across the nation in spring 2008.

Organizations

USA Boxing Prime Time Boxing Everlast

Publications

Sheknows.com EHow.com LiveStrong.com

Education/Credentials

Certified Level IV USA Boxing Coach Certified Elite Boxing Coach

Awards and Honors

Recognized by California State Assembly for contributions to women in sports Featured in numerous national fitness magazines and on cover

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    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
UserDateKCPComments
burt12/20/13101010EXCELLENT
Kenneth12/16/13101010Thanks, Ken
edgar10/21/11101010thanks man i appreciate it
nishant05/24/11101010 

Recent Answers from cary williams-nunez

2013-12-16 Punching:

Hi Ken,  Great question!  I definitely teach boxers to punch with first 2 knuckles. Most have a hard time turning over their punches so I will demonstrate the turn over with my fist twisted slightly inward

2013-12-14 cable tv:

Hi Burt,  This is definitely a question in many peoples' heads.   There may be a couple of reasons for the declining prestige of boxing and lack of great boxing prospects.  One reason is that we have become

2013-11-13 Face Savers:

Hi Paul,  Happy to hear that you are taking up the sweet science!  Boxing is a beautiful sport and takes time to learn. Take your time before stepping into the ring to spar. If you are working with coaches

2013-10-26 Lats:

Punching power comes from the floor up. This means that the power is generated from the feet to the hips, to core to the shoulders, and whips out the arms.  The stronger the legs and core, the stronger

2011-05-23 Training for speed:

If you want to generate speed you must create muscle memory. This means you need to engage your fast twitch muscles whenever exercising. Practicing speed is the only thing that will generate speed. Do

 

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