Whether its building muscle, burning fat, improving coordination and balance or just having fun hitting stuff, you're personal development is the number one priority.
If you have any questions just feel free to shoot me a message or check out my instagram (n8vjoe206).
You might be fit but you won't feel like it when getting into Kickboxing whether for Combat or Cardio. So be ready for hard work if you're looking to work with me.
2 years of taekwondo
3 years of chinese Kempo
2 years of mixed martial arts (cagefighting)
14 years of Jeet Kune Do
6 years of kickboxing and catch wrestling
Former coach at Cappys boxing gym. (2017-2018)
Helping people learn and do what i love while watching them grow in the process, both physcially and mentally.
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Finding out their goals and finding their comfort zone so we can break that barrier. Most of all, I want my students to find the power within that they don't know about.... yet.
I was a yellow belt in Taekwondo when I was 5 before my mother couldn't afford it, then up until the age of 13 I was taught kickboxing, wing chun and jeet kune do by various people until I was put into Kempo which focused mostly on Gung Fu and white tiger Chan Fa which I earned my purple belt after 3 years and almost got my green belt until the studio was closed down and bought out so I decided to start doing boxing and kickboxing at various gyms while learning from other people along the way until I got into MMA at the age of 19 and trained there for 2 years and I've never stopped training. I'm 22 now and looking to get into another gym to get ready for an amateur fight.
$20/hour in mountlake terrace, Edmonds and Lynnwood.
$30/hour in shoreline, Kenmore, North seattle, Bothell and Everett.
$45/hour in Bellevue, South Seattle, west Seattle and Renton.
Practice and studying for over a decade while starting from helping people lose weight and build muscle at the age of 17.
teaching student sfrom Bush high school Boxing and getting them ready for sparring along with the youth class at Cappy's Boxing Gym in Seattle.
Be patient with yourself but don't let that stop you from pushing yourself. Listen more and talk less because your teachers started from somewhere just like you are. Never talk down to yourself while training for you may already have enough negativity around you, because a small flame could light up the darkest room. Your mind is the general and the body is the troops so although it's usually mind over matter, they both go hand in hand so get your head in the game and earn your stripes.
Students should feel more than comfortable asking questions to their instructor so i would say don't worry about asking a dumb question because you need to learn one way or another. All students are different and progress differently.