I (Ross Enamait) started RossBoxing.com in 2001 with hopes of creating a legitimate training resource for aspiring fighters. In the years that followed, I was fortunate to interact with trainers and fighters from around the world.
Regrettably, the site was eventually put on hold due to time constraints. I plan to change that now however by revamping the entire site with loads of new material. It will be a gradual process, but I hope to have the blog up and running with new content in the weeks ahead.
I have been actively involved in the sport of boxing for over 20 years. I started as a fighter and now serve as a trainer. As a youngster, I boxed in the amateurs for over a decade, but unfortunately fell prey to injury. I endured three fractured hands, a broken arm, and ligament damage in my wrist. I was young and ignorant, and made countless mistakes in and out of the gym.
Although inopportune, my injuries allowed me to transition from fighter to trainer. Therefore, I am still fortunate to be involved in the sport on a daily basis. I love my job as a trainer and truly believe that my injuries were a blessing in disguise. I now hope that others can learn from the many mistakes that I made. I will use this blog to share my thoughts about the sport as well as the countless lessons that I have learned (often the hard way).
I look forward to interacting with you all. Feel free to contact me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. I also encourage you to visit my other training site at rosstraining.com.