I aspire to make my clients champions in the ring so that they inadvertently become champions at life.
Launched Alexander Garcia Training with the ambition to give others the same training he received from his father that turned him into a world-class boxer and champion.
Decided to use his business degree in the financial sector and worked as an investment consulting associate at a leading firm for a little over a year. Here was when he realized that even though he could not compete anymore, he still wanted to use his boxing talents in another direction.
Forced to stop boxing competitively after discovering a serious life threatening injury.
Awarded the 2016 Mark Breland Outstanding Golden Gloves Fighter of the Year.
Declared Champion of the prestigious NY Daily News Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament in the 165lb weight class after winning all 5 bouts including the championship at the Barclays Center.
Turned down a lucrative offer from a leading international bank in its wealth management department with the decision to return to competitive boxing.
Graduated from the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Global Business.
Accepted a full-scholarship from New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
Declared Champion of the respected NY Junior Olympic Boxing Tournament in the 121lb weight class after winning all 4 bouts.
Started boxing competitively at the age of 8 with his father (former prodigee of Boxing Hall of Fame Trainer, Teddy Atlas) as his coach. His father decided to take him to the boxing gym after discovering his son was being bullied by his first cousin.