By David Martinez
As many of my local friends know, I coach and workout on a regular basis at Duke’s Boxing in the Santa Barbara, California area of Isla Vista 다운로드. Duke’s is owned by Henry Calles and is open to the public six days a week for boxing and fitness training.
Henry, a successful amateur himself, is turning professional this summer at the age of 36 다운로드. I am honored to be a part of his team as a corner man. The team also consists of Mark Lee who serves as chief trainer, with Sarah Cammann as team manager 옥란면옥 다운로드.
On Saturday, April 13, 2013 our team traveled down to the Burbank (LA) area for a sparring session with Steve Harpst as our host. Steve is the Burbank Boxing Club coach; he and I have been friends for the past fifteen years as we spent time together on the Board of Directors of the World Boxing Hall of Fame psnstuff.
I would like to share Henry’s sparring session in this video ( click onto link above ) and selected photos shot in Burbank. Henry went six straight rounds ( 3 minutes each round with a 30 second rest in between ) against two opponents 다운로드.
When Henry ( height 6′ ) fights professionally, his weight will be 175 pounds, which is in the light heavyweight division.
2 thoughts on “Henry Calles / Duke’s Boxing”
Really great video and “still” shots. Good workout and practice for Henry.
Good luck to Henry, better late than never. We were lucky to train the two best fighters to come out of Santa Barbara George Calderon (Henry’s uncle) and Joe Pommier. George was ranked #4 and Joe #3 in the nation both won State Golden Gloves and always placed in national tournaments. Henry has great bloodlines, both his uncles were great fighters, good luck make us proud.