UK Hand Wrapping & Cutman Seminar for Coaches, Fighters, Promoters and Corner Teams
This extensive FOUR HOUR seminar with John Tandy will feature both theory and practical in the arts or hand wrapping and dealing with cuts.
As a fighter or coach this seminar is an investment in an important skill set.
Event: Hand Wrapping & Cutman Seminar
Date: Saturday 25th June, 2011
Location: Leicester Mixed Martial Arts Academy
Tickets: Book online here
**Given the nature of this seminar there are VERY limited places**
Coaches & Cornermen - do you know how to properly protect your fighters hands and deal with cuts so they can keep fighting?
Fighters - do you know how to wrap your own hands if needed and how your hands should be correctly wrapped?
Fans - do you want to learn more about the art of the cornerman get involved helping teams out backstage?
Promoters - do you want to follow the lead of events such as the UFC and provide cutmen and hand wrappers or simply want a staff member qualified to sign off on wraps?
John Tandy is has been a boxing trainer and cutman for over 10 years, with the last 4 years based in the USA, a year and a half of which spent in New York working in gyms such as Gleason's and 2 and a half years running his own high altitude boxing gym near Big Bear, California working alongside the likes of Freddie Roach, Joe Goossen and Abel Sanchez.
John has worked as head trainer with a number of successful fighters in the US picking up numerous titles including Yusaf Mack (NABA and NABF), Prince Badi Amaju (IBA), Calab Truax (WBF), Carson Jones (NABA) and Otis Griffin (USBA).
John also has also got a great deal of experience working with MMA fighters improving their stand up work and run an MMA stand up program.
After 4 successful years he has decided to move back to the UK due to family commitments and will now be working as the Cage Warriors Head Cutman as well as working as a boxing trainer.
Book online here
I have done this Seminar and it is exceptional, very helpful and I can't recommend it highly enough.
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