The VWC Experience

The VWC Experience

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19 years in business

About this pro

I coach REAL MARTIAL ARTS training with authenticity for functional movements that are tailored to fit your lifestyle. 

This training is authentic MUAY THAI KICKBOXING

The martial arts is my way of life. Like the video game character Ryu of Street Fighter, I embody the hard training from the US to Asia and Europe, honing skills that fulfill my life as an artist.

I can provide this same service in modern times with the philosophy, purity and martial spirit wherever you are based. 

Simply put - I love seeing the sweat, smiles and excitment from a hard session that each person expresses with training. 

Everyone can learn from the basics of self defense which is the first lesson with any martial art. 

Passing on the worldwide philosophy, I modify to fit this concept for everyday people. 

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South San Francisco, CA 94080
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first assessment is a phone call, email and/or FaceTime (or Skype) chat to introduce myself and gain some information about what the person wants to work on. 

The primary training is Muay Thai Kickboxing. It is the foundation that supersedes what other activities try to emulate. 

Once I understand their needs, I will let the person know if I am the right person for the job or not. Everyone's time is short nowadays so I always want to be upfront and honest. 

During this process, I also briefly describe the type of training protocol, movement and then set a time to meet the new student.

There are exercises elements of Cross Fit or plyometrics near the end of the training.  

The only way to learn how to train with anything in life is to actually go and train. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

The martial arts is my way of life. It is who I am. Born this way. 

I started with Okinawan Karate when I was about 8, but credit my "hardcore" martial arts training in 1993 with what was unknown at the time -Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. 

The UFC was just released and a co worker of mine had interest to begin this martial journey of effective defense that was unheard of. 

I had trained with and alongside numerous professional MMA athletes who became future UFC, Strikeforce, and world Muay Thai champions from around the world. 

My best experience is the yearly training camp I have in Bangkok, Thailand. The birthplace of Muay Thai. This is where I honed my skills to not fight, but to learn how to pass on the knowledge to others to become better people. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

There is a standard rate per session. It may vary if there is something out of the ordinary in terms of training. The rate is discussed between myself and the client. 

*NO SHOWS without any notice will be charged full rate. 


How did you get started teaching?

I've been training and coaching my entire life. I was born this way into the martial arts. 

This makes me unique from the old school perspective where nowadays every corner has a UFC gym or similar and seldom do you find a true martial artist who incorporates real training for function. 

From 8 years old, I naturally could kick and punch and discovered this was the only activity I never can get bored of. Thus the years of knowledge passes on from self-training into coaching the next generation. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Children to adults. All ages because the martial arts can be for everyone. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Ensure you are seeking the right coach for what you want. 

My primary focus is martial arts training. NOT bodybuilding or cross fit. 

Those elements can be added to the art of Muay Thai but if the student does not pay attention to details, how can the coach then be able to assist? 

It is first understanding the purpose and intent of why you are training and how then to train properly.