Site and Product Related Questions
Ross, how do I play the video files from the site?
All vidoes are hosted at Youtube. To view the clips, you will need the free Adobe Flash Player software. You can download the free flash player here.
Also, please note that all videos correspond with a specific article. You can find the full articles here.
Ross, do you sell e-books?
Infinite Intensity and Never Gymless are available as soft cover books that ship through the mail or as PDF electronic books. You can pick whichever option you prefer.
All DVDs also include BONUS electronic books. These file are available for immediate download after your purchase is complete. The actual DVDs ship through the postal mail however.
Ross, I signed up for the old newsletter, but I have not received anything?
I am no longer sending out newsletters. I personally find it annoying to have my inbox filled with daily newsletters. I do not wish to be associated with such an annoyance.
From this point on, updates to the website will be posted to my blog. The blog contains several categories, each listed on the right hand side of the screen. New content is added to the blog each week. For automatic updates, you can sign up for the RSS feed.
I will also post updates to the message board.
Ross, do you ship to military bases (ex. APO addresses)?
Yes, I ship to military bases regularly. If you have trouble entering the address within the shopping cart, you can simply list your homeland address within the form, and then provide the real APO address in the Comments/Special Delivery Instructions field at the bottom of the page.
Ross, do you ship overseas, and are the prices listed in US dollar?
Yes, I ship through the US Postal Service, and can ship anywhere in the world.
As for currency rates, all prices are listed in US dollar. You can view up to date currency rates at www.xe.com. All currency conversions take place automatically (and in real time) within the shopping cart.
Ross, will I need to pay duties and taxes when purchasing from overseas?
I list all package values as 20 US dollars or less, so you should not be charged anything when receiving the package outside the USA.
Ross, I am a beginner. What book do you recommend?
From my collection, Never Gymless is perhaps the best choice. The book is not specific to beginners however, but it contains several progressions that can be used by beginners. Ultimately, the book is based on training principles that can be applied to most populations. There is a starting point for most readers, just as there is no end point. I have had 50+ year old women use the book, along with 20 year old professional fighters. I have also had readers who used the program and lost more than 100 pounds. For one recent success story, please refer to the link below:
100+ Pound Weight Loss
Prior to making a decision however, I strongly suggest asking questions to my message board. There are over thousands of members, many who started as beginners. It is always useful to get unbiased opinions before coming to a decision.
Ross, I am not a fighter. Can I still use your books?
I boxed when I was younger. I am not a boxer however. I am a trainer with an interest in combat athletics. My training philosophy emphasizes all-around development. My books are not specific to any single sport. The physical qualities developed through my programs will be useful in a multitude of sporting events.
The books are not specific to boxing.
Ross, what happened to the other books that you used to sell?
I have phased out the older material. I have made way for new and improved content. The new books are much more comprehensive in comparison to the older manuals.
Each program (on its own) will provide more than enough workouts to keep you busy for a long time.
Ross, I have your Infinite Intensity book. Do I need the Never Gymless book?
You can answer this question better than me. If you are not interested in more bodyweight exercise material, you will have little use for the Never Gymless program. It has a different focus. Little or no equipment is used. The final programs at the end of the book are much different from the programs contained within Infinite Intensity.
Ultimately, you must determine whether this style of training interests you or not.
Ross, what are the differences between Infinite Intensity and Never Gymless?
The primary difference between the two programs is in regards to training modalities. Infinite Intensity focuses on the integration of free weights, bodyweight exercise, sandbags, and more.
Never Gymless on the other hand focuses primarily on equipment free methods. In addition to bodyweight exercise, resistance bands are included as a way to spice up certain movements. Nutrition is also covered within this program.
For more detailed comparisons, please refer to the link below from my message board:
Book Related FAQ
Ross, how is Full Throttle Conditioning different from the two books?
Please refer to the thread below from my message board. This link will provide a detailed break down of the exact contents. In addition, dialogue is included that answers this question in detail:
Full Throttle Contents
Ross, what is the difference between RossBoxing.com and RossTraining.com?
RossBoxing.com is dedicated to the sport of boxing. It is a free resource for aspiring boxers. RossTraining.com is not specific to any sport. The focus of this site is all-around athletic development.
Ross, how can I contact you?
The best way to reach me is through email at [email protected]
I do my best to respond within 24 hours. You can also try my cell phone at 860-655-9148. If you call, please leave a detailed message, and please follow up with an email. I am often busy in the gym, and unable to answer the phone. This is a one-man business. I do not have any secretaries or answering services.
Ross, I have not yet received a response to my email. What happened?
I respond to ALL emails. If you did not receive a response, please check your bulk or spam folders. Some email programs may view my business email as spam, so will block the response from your inbox. If you have not received a response within a few days, please resend the email, or try contacting me through my message board.
Ross, how do you pronounce your last name?
Enamait is pronounced as "E - nah - mite"
Ross, do you still fight competitively?
No, my competitive days ended many years ago after suffering repeated hand injuries. I am now in my late 30's and enjoy my role as a coach and trainer. I am still highly involved in the gym however, and practice what I preach. My experience as a younger fighter has certainly influenced my training style, both personally as well as with my athletes.
Ross, why do you train so hard if you are no longer competitive?
I live for a challenge. When I was younger, I had hand injuries and was too ignorant to allow myself time to properly heal. I made more mistakes than I could list in a book, so I hope to help others from doing the same.
The only way I can accomplish this goal is by leading from the front. I strive to motivate others to get up and exercise. The human body is so much more capable than most will ever realize. I will continue to push myself to my limits, as I don't take any day for granted. Life comes and goes in a flash, so I'll cram as much into each day as humanly possible.
Refer to this article for more information regarding passion and training:
Pick Your Passion