Dante Hosner Fight Training

Dante Hosner Fight Training


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Interested in learning how to box? Kickbox? Interested in self-defense? Just looking to get into shape? Want to learn Muay-Thai or Krav-Maga? Stressed out and just need to let off some steam?

I'll bring the training to you! No experience needed, I'll show you the skills and you put in the work!

One-on-one training is a great way to develop new skills and get fit at the same time! Learning to fight builds confidence, balance, coodination, strength, flexibility, and patience. 

You have your choice of training your own home, at my facility in Hilliard Ohio, or (my preference) training in the beautiful outdoors. 

Ask about couples or group discounts.

New Client Special- First two hours only $100!

5 years experience teaching

Certified Personal Trainer

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Hilliard, OH 43026
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The very first thing is to figure out exactly what you need as a new student. There are a million things I can teach you but we need to discover the best way to utilize your time. Then we'll see where you're at now with the skills you have and how to best get you to where you want to be.

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

I've been training students for about five years now at a variety of gyms and clubs around Ohio. I'm a certified personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine. I've been trained to teach Krav-Maga, Boxing, Muay Thai, BJJ, and self-defense from a variety of trainers ranging from professional fighters, to blackbelts, certified trainers, and very passionate people who care a lot about what they do. I train and learn daily because I owe it to my students to always improve myself, so I can always improve them. 

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

I start all my new clients off at a special price of $100 for your first two hours. After which we can discuss various packages and rates for individuals, couples, or groups.

How did you get started teaching?

I've always had a passion for martial arts and more recently fitness. I worked hard my instructors saw that I was able to not only perform but also able enough to teach. It's the best job I've ever had. There's nothing as satisfying as seeing a client grow.

What types of students have you worked with?

While I have worked with plenty of current and retired military, police officers, and amature fighters, most of my students have never thrown a punch in their life. Some are more interested in strength and conditioning work while other's are interested in competing in MMA events. I've never meet a student I couldn't teach.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I recently attended a self-defense seminar in North Carolina called Hard-Ready II sponsored by Fit-to-Fight. Dozens of gym owners, professional grapplers, self-defense instructors, wrestlers, kick-boxers, concealed carry instructors, and edge/impact weapon trainers were all there to learn, share, and train. The quality of the training was exceptional and reminded me just how fortunate I was to be in this field.

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

Find one that values useable core concepts as opposed to flashy techniques. Find one that's honest. No coach will be able to turn you into a Bruce Lee/John Wick in a couple months. Don't cheat yourself, find a coach that will make you work hard and challenge you, your time is too valueable to be wasted just going through the motions. Most of all, find one that cares about seeing you grow!

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do I want?: Just a workout? To build strength and/or endurance? To relieve stress? To learn new skills? To learn how to defense myself? To learn how to fight?

Why am I learning these things/doing this training?

What are my short term and long term goals? Where am I at now? Where do I want to be in a year? Five years?

Most of all, don't think that you need to have a lot of experience or be in good shape to start. You'll get into shape as you train and you'll enjoy it more that way.