AIBA Coaches Manual (2011)

AIBA Coaches Manual

Like the other manuals, the AIBA Coaches Manual may be hard to find. Many are unaware that AIBA has even made a Coaches Manual for amateur boxing. We are uploading this manual here so that others can locate and make use of it more easily. Note that the AIBA Coaches Manual was made in 2011; since then, amateur boxing has shifted to become more like professional boxing. Perhaps the biggest differences between amateur and professional boxing are the time for each round, the amount of rounds, and the gloves used. Although it is dated, the AIBA Coaches Manual is still a great resource for information about amateur boxing styles, training, and philosophies. Use it responsibly.

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Author: Loc Ho

Loc Ho was assistant coach, team captain, and boxed at 139 lbs, 132 lbs, and 125 lbs for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s boxing team from 2016-2019. He has trained hundreds of novices and seasoned athletes and created the program’s year-long training curriculum that has taken complete beginners to elite collegiate competitors. With Loc as assistant coach for three years, the program placed six athletes regionally and nationally, including the program’s first men’s national champion at 119 lbs and a national runner-up at 195 lbs. Loc is currently studying law at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.

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