Cary has contributed to SHEKNOW.COM, EHOW.COM, LIVESTRONG.COM and ADRENALIST.COM and has been a guest on many radio shows and television news shows. Cary has been recognized by The California Legislature along with Brandi Chastain and several other women in sports for her contribution and impact on girl’s sports.
In the boxing world, Cary boxed competitively in the amateurs and won the Pacific Northwest Women’s Tournament before hanging up her gloves. She is a Level IV Boxing Coach and was also selected by USA Boxing to certify trainers as LEVEL I and Level II USA Boxing coaches. She also received a certificate of completing for the Elite Boxing Coach Clinic at the Olympic Training Center. Cary has trained many boxers, some of which have made it to Olympic Trial Qualifying Tournaments.
Cary co-created and co-hosted “Boxing 101” Boxing Camp Workout and “Additional Fundamentals”, unique boxing instructional and workout DVDs. This DVD series has been used to certify boxing coaches across the nation.
As a spokesperson for Everlast, Cary created a boxing class format for 24 Hour group fitness called Everlast ShadowBox. Cary shot a training video which was used to certify all 24 Hour Fitness trainers in the ShadowBox format. This class launched across the nation in spring 2009.
Community involvement includes creating the annual Black Tie & Boxing Benefit that not only benefits the non-profit Prime Time Boxing Club training scholarship program, but also has benefited Susan G. Komen for the Cure and other foundations. As a professional boxing promoter in California, Cary put on professional boxing at Raley Field baseball stadium, which was the first time the stadium allowed a boxing venue.
Cary founded the “Knocking Out Obesity” tour which stopped at 10 of the “fattest” cities in the nation (according to Men’s Fitness). Cary conducted non-contact boxing workouts with students at 10 middle schools in the nation. The principals, teachers and students of each of these schools were excited that their school had been chosen as a stop on the tour and asked to be on the list for the following years. Subway was the “lunch time” sponsor at 4 of 10 cities stopped at. The only way to create awareness is to get out there in the communities and that is what the tour is all about.