Through his boxing gym, Fidel Tukel has trained and managed many boxers since 2007. His client list includes respected Olympians such as Bradley Michael “Brad” Pitt, Gerard Omahoney, and Kariz Kariuki, alongside world champions such as Leonardo Zappavigna, Will Tomlinson, and Vic Darchinyan, among others.
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There’s an abundance of boxing gyms in many cities, making it a daunting challenge to locate a good gym and trainer to work with.
However, there are a few aspects you need to consider that can help make the process easier.
The trainer at the boxing gym should be a certified coach in the area. Now, you can overlook this requirement if the instructor in question has a solid reputation, but where the individual is unknown, it’s important to check out their credentials. With a recognized certification, you can be assured that the trainer has some level of knowledge of the sport.
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Whether your goal for training is to improve fitness, prepare for an amateur bout or become a professional, a trainer should be able to customize the workout according to your abilities and goals. They should also break down the techniques and implement them in a way you understand.
The training group size is particularly relevant for amateur boxers. If you are starting out, consider the student and gym trainer’s ratio. Similar to educational institutions, the smaller the group, the better the chances of receiving personalized supervision and instruction.
In addition to training boxers, Fidel Tukel is also a boxing promoter with over twenty-five events under his belt.