I'm Max Madorsky and I've been the head instructor for the Muay Thai and Kickboxing program at Easton Training Centers- Centennial for the past 5 years, and still going strong. I love every second of my job and wanted to find a way to reach out to more people so I could share my story and get the whole world interested in martial arts!
I work with everyone from children to seniors. I offer boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, and personal training.
Whether you want to learn technique and are interested in becoming a martial artist/fighter, or you're looking to get in shape through boxing/martial arts, I'd like to help you get there. I offer one on one and small group private lessons. You will also have the oppurtunity to come try a group class at Easton if you'd like.
My journey started in fitness. Because of this, my absolute favorite thing to do is see someone reach their body weight/body fat and fitness goals.
My favorite part about teaching martial arts is watching people understand the movements. Martial arts is my life, so when someone is struggling and I'm able to help them learn, it truly makes me happy.
Max has teaching abilities that exceed most people his age. He is fantastic to work with, positive, motivating, and a very skilled coach. He made me want to perform better and I looked forward to each class or private session. I highly recommend him!
Max was a breath of fresh air to Muay Thai, kickboxing and sparring. For being so young, his passion, inspiration, skill and love for the sport was nothing short of motivating and contagious! I truly enjoyed having him as a coach and feel that much better as a student being able to learn and train under Max!
He focuses on tactics/technique that a student can apply in a real life situation. He doesn’t just show up, say scripted things and show bogus moves and then collect a check. He truly teaches students focused topics specific to each student. Through his guidance I was able to improve my skills/technique which eventually led me to partaking in an exhibition fight that I didn’t think I would ever be able to do.
The energy, passion, practicality, and overall care about/safety for anyone he is coaching is unmatched.
I always want to make sure myself and the student are a good match, so the first thing I do is ask about what goals the person might have for themself or their child. Once I have this info, I start telling them the way I think they can reach that goal and how I can help. If we agree on these things, that usually means we'll be able to work well together.
I have been training for about 7 years and teaching for 5. I love martial arts and fitness and I spend all the time I possibly can being around it. I seak out the best instructors in Colorado to learn new techniques as often as possible and bring them to my students. My goal is to have and share as much knowledge about fitness and martial arts as I possibly can.
My standard pricing will range depending on distance and where we meet.
When I started trianing, I fell in love with the sport. One day, I was told that the gym I trained at would let me train for free if I taught once a week and I tried it out. I LOVED it, and never looked back. When the head instructor at the time moved, I took his spot and have help the posistion ever since.
I've worked with students of all ages and sizes. Whether you're eldery, or have a child you want me to work with, I would like the oppurtunity to be the one to help you on your journey.
I enjoy local MMA events hosted often times by Sparta Combat League.
I suggest doing a bit of background work on your instructor. There are sadly a lot of people out there who will try and sucker people out of their money.
What priority is your fitness or martial arts training going to have? Are you a hobbiest, or a competitor? What kind of intensity would you like with your training?