was one of the best experiences of my life, not only because of the training but the people I met there, including the club's owner, Cary Williams.
I became friends with Cary and over the years, always admired her knack for marketing, self-promotion, and never-ending hustle. Of course, I also respected her because she is a hell of a boxing coach and really knows her stuff!
Since then, Cary has moved to Los Angeles, where she owns The Stables boxing club and does her thing to a bigger audience.
In this podcast, I chat with Cary about boxing but also business, including the challenges of being a female small business owner in a predominantly mens' sport.
Enjoy this fun chat with Cary Williams and to find out more, here is an excerpt from her bio at CaryWilliams.com.
Cary Williams is a former Olympic style boxer, Olympic level boxing coach, boxing club owner, cover model, speaker and entrepreneur.
She has now created Boxing & Barbells which is a class format fusing boxing and weight training together in a fun and easy to learn format.
Cary has contributed to SHEKNOW.COM, EHOW.COM, LIVESTRONG.COM and ADRENALIST.COM and has been a guest on many radio shows and television news shows. Cary has been recognized by The California Legislature along with Brandi Chastain and several other women in sports for her contribution and impact on girl’s sports.
In the boxing world, Cary boxed competitively in the amateurs and won the Pacific Northwest Women’s Tournament before hanging up her gloves. She is a Level IV Boxing Coach and was also selected by USA Boxing to certify trainers as LEVEL I and Level II USA Boxing coaches. She also received a certificate of completing for the Elite Boxing Coach Clinic at the Olympic Training Center. Cary has trained many boxers, some of which have made it to Olympic Trial Qualifying Tournaments.
To get in touch with Cary, follow her on Instagram @caryleewilliams or @thestablessm
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