Welsh light-middleweight Liam Williams is already feeling the benefits of travelling to Sheffield to train with Dominic Ingle.
The former British, European and Commonwealth king made the move from former trainer Gary Lockett last month and after several weeks in his new environment, has reflected on the decision.
Williams (17-2-1-KO12) said: “It’s good for me. There’s a lot of temptation in Wales. It’s not so much about drinking but in terms of going out with my mates and eating.
“When you do things like that and eat poorly when you’re in camp, it makes things so much more difficult. I hadn’t been enjoying boxing like I should be when I was in the gym either.
“I feel revitalised now with all these new faces, new routines and workouts. It’s good to change things up and it’s given me a new lease of life.
“Everyone at Ingle’s has been really welcoming. I’m friendly with all the boys already and they’ve been great to me.
“I still don’t have a place of my own and it gets lonely sometimes when I’m sat in the hotel. I miss my girlfriend and my daughter obviously but they support my decision and it’ll all pay off in the end I’m sure.
“I feel a lot better on the pads already. I’m mixing things up working with Dom and I can’t wait to spar to test out the improvements.”