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In amateur boxing, what matters most is gaining round experiences.  Your win and loss record doesn’t matter.  The only time winning or losing really matters is at tournaments and other qualifying venues. But, tell that to the person experiencing the … Continue reading

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There are things in life that seem to haunt us.  Things from our past that never leave our bodies, our sub-conscious.  Boxers know this better than anyone.  When you step in the ring, adrenaline rises as does everything from your … Continue reading

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Constructive Dissatisfaction

Previous to my coaching life, I worked for United Parcel Service.  Anyone who knows me, knows I do everything 100% or more.  Such was the case for me in the brown army.  I “bled brown” just as I bleed boxing … Continue reading

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Congratulations Jen Hamann on a Gold Medal International Debut! http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Boxing/Features/2013/May/19/Team-USA-Takes-Home-Eight-Gold-Medals-from-the-2013-Womens-Continental-Championships.aspx

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