Having a great coach is one of the most important factors in improving your boxing ability. Is it just knowledge and experience? There is more to a great boxing trainer than just having a lot of knowledge.

Look at the man behind Mike Tyson and you’ll see a Cus D’Amato. Look behind Manny Pacquiao and you’ll see a Freddie Roach. Look up Floyd Mayweather Jr’s family tree and you’ll find three distinguished boxers from the Mayweather clan. Being a fighter and having talent locked away deep inside is one thing, but that fighter still needs to find someone who can unlock his true potential. A great boxing coach will do this. More often than not, the outcome of great fights has also been decided by the man in the corner, not just the man in the ring.


In fact, having a trainer is so important that many professional fighters have teams of trainers, each coach specializing in a different expertise relating to boxing. At Boxing Culture, we aim to bring these weapons to any Boxer and guide trainers who wishes to strengthen and enhance his expertise.

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3-hours workshop

Designed for trainers starting their career, familiar or not with the world of amateur boxing. You’ll be introduced to a model for delivering outcome-based development and training. This will cover: purpose & assessment, planning & preparation, performance & evaluation, wrapping hands for professionals and amateurs, and a short introduction of being a cutman.



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5-hours workshop

Designed for experienced trainers. Take your fighter(s) to the highest level of competition and learn cutman tips to be ready for the corner like a pro. Review the basics of preparation and learn new techniques of training. We will plan special sparring sessions, lectures, fights and sparring studies, plus we will talk about periodization for fighters, review known myths about weightlifting and much more.



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