Apr 26 2017

Don’t Be THIS Coach.

Some coaches are reluctant to share their training methodology and what’s working out of misleading fear of their competition using it against them.

They actually think coaches listen and apply, most don’t out of their own closed minded ego of making what they think they know and use… inferior. They already know it all, which is….
Very little.

Ego is their enemy


May 7 2016

The Rarest Thing In Boxing Today, Fight Sports Period.

Watching Canelo – Khan 24/7 and I dig what Canelo’s trainer said in relation to Canelo’s maturation as a fighter.

“He’s a fighter who’s grown and we’ve grown along with him”

Hell yeah, that is what it’s about.

Canelo could leave his crew and go with a big name trainer and thay shit is SO ridiculous.

I will say this about Canelo, he had been VERY loyal to his trainer and team.

They have Been growing together, each learning gaining experience.

You know, like Emmanuel Steward and Tommy Hearns did. Emmanuel was once a young unknown until Tommy Hearns exploded on the scene along with his work with Hilmer Kenty.

Big names were once no names who learned on the job as well, paying their dues, growing with a fighter until they blossom into super stardom then doors open for them.

It all starts some where, and chemistry is key.

No big name trainer can trump that.

Chemistry, roots, and truly knowing the fighter.

That’s what rally matters in the camp and corner of tooth and nail fights.

The name doesn’t pull the fighter through that.

The experience and time put in with the fighter does.

The roots grown with them.

That’s the truth in an era of hype and BS.


Nov 17 2014

The mindset of Cus D’Amato, lessons on boxing and life.


Nov 11 2014

How To Evolve As A Coach & Trainer.

I just spent the last two days learning from coaches who have been in the trenches training athletes for years. I cannot express enough how much I enjoy and appreciate that rich truth of training. These coaches were not info marketers wearing the mask of coaches, their personal stories of their coaching journey/evolution and lessons learned/mistakes made along the way was genuine, what I resonate with, because it is the truth, some gurus portray themselves as gods, as if they have never made mistakes, and are immune to them, above them.

One presenter who’s real world experience is vast compared to today’s internet only coaches talk about working on his FIRST book, yet there are school teachers and people who have worked jobs in a cubicle for years writing books on the secrets of training. Who have no case histories nor the integrity to collect data/results in the gym for several years to display concrete proof before writing about it or creating a product, so they regurgitate methodology, repackage it and sell it.

I have recently deleted such coaches from my friends list for lack of professional respect. You have gym owners who have no clue about training, who don’t go to seminars, don’t care too, yet front as coaches and being professional. Giving shake and bake, cut & paste program design

Reading books is one thing, but to speak with the authors of some and ask them questions is another, to speak with presenters and pick their brains more after the lecture is gold.

I value the strength/conditioning friends I enjoy talking and am good friends with because they are just as proactive and discuss what they are doing with what they have learned at a conference, seminar, or book in the gym, their goals of athletic development, creating champions and who suggest courses, conferences, and books to me as well.

You become like those who you surround yourself with, seek the real coaches, learn from their real life lessons, their humility of the process, let the suckers who are born every minute deal with the info marketers whom have never created any successful sustained proof of their competence training athletes, yet who claim to possess the secrets of training. LOL………