My name is Jeffery Oliver.
*I TEACH OUT OF MY HOME*. Students assume 100% of the responsibility when they come to train with me.*
I am an army veteran, martial artist (40+ years) and former licensed boxing coach with USA Boxing.
Not only do I teach people skills to defend themselves, I also address the legal aspects of self-defense. I deal with each student according to where he or she is and progress from there. I can teach boxing, karate (9th Dan), jujitsu (9th Dan), kickboxing and combatives.
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2017 Inductee - United States Martial Arts Hall Of Fame
2017 Inductee - Action Martial Arts Magazine & Hall Of Honors
Co-Founder - Urban Tactical Operations Association
Founder/Chief Instr. - Martial Kickboxing
Founder/Chief Instr. - Patriot Combatives
I love helping people to not be a victim.
Instructor is very knowledgeable and works at student’s pace. Would highly recommend.
A great learning environment with a awesome Instructor. Open to trying new concepts as well as creating some as well. I highly recommend this class. Worth taking multiple times.
Smooth learning, patient, open to new thing and always learning
First, it must be understood that he/she/they train at their own risk and assume 100% of the responsibility of training with me.
Second, I access the student's desires, goals and abilities. We proceeed from there.
I am a former licensed boxing coach with USA Boxing.
I have been in martial arts for over 40 years.
Payments are made in cash only and a receipt will be issued immediately.
As of 7/31/19, I will charge $80 per month for jujutsu, karate and kickboxing.
My Patriot Combatives course is 3 hours per week for 6 months and is $100 per month. This is a certification course.
Back in 1993/94 I had a friend in college who wanted to learn martial arts, so I started teaching him a little combination of karate and kung fu.
I have only worked with young men who wanted to learn some type of self-defense. I have tried to peek the interest of women to no avail.
I have not taught children.
I enjoyed watching the resent Dallas Cowboys victory.
I have advertised that I teach boxing which I can, but do not have all of the conventional equipment to do so. While I can teach using focus mitts, I do not have a double end bag, heavy bag nor speed bag. If they are looking for full service boxing, then go to Fort Worth Boxing Club where I was a licensed boxing coach back in 2000.
Students need to ask themselves what theyvreally want to accomplish in their training. Do they want skills for competition and/or self-defense?