Seems like it's been ages since I posted some of my work around here, so here we go. First things first: yes, I am training in boxer shorts. This is what my obsession with short trunks has led me to. Don't follow in my footsteps, young ones. Second, I think this is the first most of you will have seen of me since, with Luis' help, I lost a lot of weight. It's possible that, if I really managed my diet closely, I could get down to cruiser, but for the moment I'm comfortable just staying within the general guidelines and walking around at 220 (I started at 260ish). A lot of things have improved for me since dropping some of that weight, so I encourage all the Roy Nelsons out there to suck it up and pay attention to what you eat. It really is worth it. Third, I'm pretty pleased with this. I decided to record something about twenty minutes after my full workout ended, and forgot to set a round timer, but you know how long a round feels when you're in the midst of it, so by the time I let myself look, five minutes had passed. I start the round working on active lead hand work--jabs, long left hooks, and intercepting hooks, all while practicing catching with my right hand and keeping it in a defensive position (you can't really see my gloves too well in this light, sorry). Toward the end of the round I practice moving in behind that jab, and working on the inside, using shoulder bumps and pivots to find space in close. Any criticisms or comments are quite welcome. Tear me apart, Sherdoggers.