5.0 (2)
2 employees
7 years in business

About this pro

Lefthook 360 is a unique private/semi-private gym that caters to it's members. Unlike most gyms that focus on getting as many members as they can to sign for memberships, our gym focus on small class sizes which includes 10-15 members per class. We care more about the QUALITY of our clients and not QUANTITY! We also offer private one-on-one classes upon request.

Also, with our program, we do not push our members into competitions unless they already have that as a goal. We focus on your individual needs, i.e. fitness, confidence building, self defense, etcetera. Whatever goals you have in mind, it is our #1 priority to help you reach them!

Coach Mark Moore has been studying traditional  Martial Arts and Boxing for over 35 years. These are some of the systems studied:

Shaolin 5 Animal System (Black Sash), Certified Black Belt Instructor of American Full Contact Kickboxing, San Shao Kickboxing, Boxing and Muay Thai Kickboxing (Kihon Martial Arts Federation, Mexico), Wing Chun Gung Fu, Sinawali/Escrima and E.M.A.C.

Coach Nathan Brown, Head Coach of PrimeTime Tae Kwon Do, is very accomplished in his field of expertise! Here are some of his accomplishments:

2x National Tae Kwon Do Champion, 4x Maryland State Tae Kwon Do Champion

Boxing and Martial Arts is not just a lifestyle for LEFTHOOK 360, IT'S OUR LIFE!!! We enjoy seeing the enjoyment of our members progress and prosper, especially the children! Conversations with parents telling us how much their child improved in their behavior in school and how respectful they are to others has become normal banter. These are some of the things that help us strive not only as a gym, but as a community!

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Glen Burnie, MD 21061
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2 Reviews


  • Maria

    Lefthook360 will give you the best boxing workout in town. The class sizes are small enough where you can get that personal trainer feel.

  • Landon green

    Good boxing experience for all age groups

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Working with new students means going back to the basics: stretching, exercise and basic explanation and self defense techniques such as stance, hand positions, proper execution of techniques, etcetera. 

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

I've trained both amateur and professional boxers, kick boxers and MMA fighters for well over 35 years. I've trained law enforcement officers and became a law enforcement officer from 1997-2003. I was a professional bodyguard in Mexico City in 2005. I'm constantly learning and training in real world combative. In short, I will continue to do this until I die. Martial Arts is my life!