AMSB has been providing the Boxing Community with Film Studies for 8 years. These studies have helped athletes and trainers develop globally.

13Jan/18
AMSB Billy Joe Saunders vs David Lemieux Film Study Round 2

AMSB Billy Joe Saunders vs David Lemieux Film Study Round 2

Coach Barry Robinson Breaks Down Round 2 of Saunders vs Lemieux. Billy Joe Saunders proved that an athlete can do whatever they want to do in the ring as long as they have an understanding of When, How, & Why they are doing it.

11Jan/18
AMSB Saul "Canelo" Alvarez Film Study

AMSB Saul “Canelo” Alvarez Film Study

10 of AMSB Saul Alvarez Film Studies Going Back 7 years. We have done film studies, scouting reports, and post fight analysis on Canelo throughout the years. This future Hall of Famer will go down in history with an Outstanding professional record, having never been dominated in the ring. 

11Jan/18
Muay Thai and Kickboxing Footwork? Possible? Film Study

Muay Thai and Kickboxing Footwork? Possible? Film Study

Everyone talks or should I say has a lot of knowledge. I’ve always been less interested in talking and more interested in creating drills that will make the mind and body have better understanding of Fight Specific movements. Perfect science? Hell no….however I find that more productive than telling people what you can’t do.

10Jan/18
Terrible Training Mistakes Tutorial featuring Mikey Garcia

Terrible Training Mistakes Tutorial featuring Mikey Garcia (New Tutorial Out Sunday!)

Take a look on social media. You will find athletes from all striking combat sports doing “rhythm steps” in training. You will see it in shadowboxing, partner drills, and sparring. That means athletes are getting thousands of reps of really bad habits. This particular habit you can get away with at every level except for when you compete against the best.

08Jan/18
Tyson Said It, Mayweather Said It...So What Is Your Problem With Mayweather

Tyson Said It, Mayweather Said It…So What Is Your Problem With Mayweather

For people that don’t watch boxing because it’s violent enough as it is, they will never learn that boxing truly is a cerebral game. Played at the highest levels by cerebral athletes.