Dr. Michael Camp joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss big wins by Anthony Karperis & Danny Gonzalez as well as talk about now working with Junior Younan.Camp breaks down where he feels Karperis & Gonzalez are as far as their training/preparation goes and looks at big wins by both at The Paramount last week.Camp is now working with Top Prospect Junior Younan and talks about his initial work with Team Sugar ahead of his next fight in a few weeks.We also go over MLB injuries to Cubs Kyle Swarber & Arizona Diamondbacks AJ Pollack as well as the use of technology in sports training and competition.
Dr Michael Camp joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio for his monthly check-in and also gives us an update on his bicept tear(how it happened and how he is recovering.) We get Mike’s plans this year for three top boxers he works with…Chris Algieri,Danny Gonzalez and Anthony Karperis.Camp also breaks down the injury to Amir Mansour’s jaw/tongue and Vyacheslav Glazkov’s torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee.Both injuries happened on the same night on the same show.Mike also gives his expertise on Middleweight contender Tureano Johnson, who was the likely candidate to challenge unified titleholder Gennady Golovkin on April 23 in an HBO-televised main event but was forced to pass on the fight because of a nagging shoulder injury.Finally, Camp gives his opinion on All-Pro linebacker Thomas Davis who broke his right forearm in the Carolina Panthers’ 49-15 win over the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC championship game, but still plans on playing in the Super Bowl.
Dr. Michael Camp joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss the latest on the fighters he works with and to get his thoughts on some high profile injuries in the last month.First we get Camp’s thoughts on Danny Gonzalez and Anthony Karperis’ fights last week and conditioning plans going forward.Then we go over Chris Algieri’s next fight which will be December 5 at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn against Eric Bone.We also get Mike’s thoughts on Prichard Colon’s injury and The New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada’s broken lower leg and Cespedes’ shoulder soreness and how it is affecting his performance in The World Series.
Dr. Michael Camp joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss what’s the latest with some of the fighters he works with and to break down some big injuries in sports recently.First we get an update on Anthony Karperis and Danny Gonzalez from Mike.Both will be fighting on October 24 at The Paramount in Huntington,NY.We look back at Paulie’s win in Italy and Mike gives us a breakdown of Wladimir Klitschko’s injury that postponed his fight with Tyson Fury.We also look at the controversial pitch count/inning restriction that NY Mets Matt Harvey has been linked to and Camp gives his opinion if it works or is even needed after Tommy John Surgery.Mike also discusses the injuries and recovery plan for two of the NFL most notable quarterbacks..Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger as well as NY Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka and his strained hamstring.
Doctor Michael Camp joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio for his monthly visit to give his expertise on some recent injuries in sports and get a few thoughts on fighters he has worked with.First we talk with Camp about Paulie Malignaggi ,who he has worked with over the years, about his likely final fight against Danny Garcia and what Malignaggi has accomplished with severe hand injurys throughout his career.Another injury we get Camp’s thoughts on is Sergio Mora ankle injury that he suffered against Danny Jacobs.Camp gives his estimation on Mora’s recovery as well as what he thinks of Manny Pacquiao’s rotator cuff recovery that is just about done according to Pacquiao.We also get Camp’s thoughts on Anthony Karperis’ fight coming up September 11 at The Paramount in Huntington & Andre Berto’s shoulder injury history going into his fight with Mayweather.And we touch on some local sports injuries including Mets pitcher Steven Matz’s torn lat muscle and Geno Smith’s broken jaw.