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Steward to conduct clinics

On July 21, legendary trainer/manager Emanuel Steward will conduct the first of a series of clinics, which will be scheduled throughout the world. The clinic will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, at Sweet Science Fitness. And with the growing demand of getting back to the basics, a second clinic is scheduled at the Fight Factory on August 4 in Tampa, Florida. At this stage of Stewards’ career he wants to share lessons learned, this clinic is for: boxers, amateur and professional, trainers, conditioning coaches, boxing fans and anyone who desires first hand knowledge.

Over the past 30 years Steward has trained/managed more than 40 World Champions, his work continues today. Presently Steward is Training World Heavyweight Champion, Wladimir Klitschko and Jr. Middle Weight World Champion, Miguel Cotto.

Giving back, whom better to speak on this subject than the Legendary Boxing Icon, Emanuel Steward.

In The Sport of Boxing there is no standardized requirements or certifications for one to become a boxing trainer, manger, or cut man. Most often the experience one has in this position falls into one of these categories: a former boxer, friend of a boxer or fan of boxing. “This is a serious problem the sport of boxing is facing. The liability factor is great when it comes to the safety of the fighter, these clinics are designed to address this issue and begin to FILL THE GAP. This Boxing Clinic will provide others knowledge and insight into what I have learned over the past 56 years being in the sport of Boxing,” says Steward.

Attendees will leave with knowledge in the following areas:

· Basic Boxing Fundamentals
· Proper Pad Work
· Conditioning
· Balance/Footwork
· Hand Wrapping
· Diet/Nutrition

For more information, to request your city, and to register, visit www.EmanuelStewardOnline.com

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