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Legendary Sacramento-grown female boxing pioneer Cary Williams hit reset five years ago. First known for founding Prime Time Boxing in Sacramento in 1998 and becoming a boxer herself, she gained notoriety and evolved into an Olympic-level boxing coach. Now she’s shifted home base to Santa Monica, and her Too Pretty brand of fitness wear is landing her on reality television and in the lives of girls and women who find her empowering theme resonates with them. The shows she appears in, A&E’s “Fit to Fat to Fit” and CNBC’s “Billion Dollar Buyer,” air in January.Read More
“Billion Dollar Buyer” is back! To kick off the season three premiere, Tilman Fertitta meets with Cary Williams of Too Pretty.
Too Pretty is an athleisure apparel line with a mission of empowerment. According to their website, the brand “was created out of [Williams’] experience in a male dominated sport: Boxing. As a fighter I was told often that I was Too Pretty to be a boxer.” She launched the female empowerment-centered clothing line to spread the #nevertoopretty message through tops, bottoms and accessories. Some of the messages include “Embrace Your Different” and “Face Your Fears.”
Read more at https://www.business2community.com/entertainment/billion-dollar-buyer-pretty-accepts-20000-offer-tilman-fertitta-01984777
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Cary Williams always took it as a compliment when she was told that she “fights like a boy.”
“In a sport where you get hit in the face you learn the true difference between a man and a woman,” said the former Olympic-style boxer, and coach and owner of the Santa Monica boxing club The Stables, Cary Williams. “We are biologically different and also different in many other ways. Thank goodness!”Read More
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (KABC) --
Prime Time Boxing in Santa Monica offers fitness classes preparing women to get in the ring.
The classes are taught by Olympic boxing coach Cary Williams and cost $35. Boxing is a full body workout, exercising the core, legs and arms.