In 2012, Michael Hughes won the New York Golden Gloves in Madison Square Garden, weighing in at 141 lbs. In 2014, he won the New York Metro Tournament at 141 lbs, and in 2016 he became the 152 lbs New York Tournament Champion. Michael’s resume in combat sports started at the age of 11, when he practiced Tae Kwon Do, kicking before throwing punches. His goal when working with clients is to maximize their fitness potential. Michael believes that fitness allows people to learn more about themselves and to improve their fortitude and will. Whether the goal is to learn self defense, lose weight, or improve overall strength, Michael is committed to helping you get there.
Chris Kwiatkowski is a professional Muay Thai fighter that trains & fights out of New York City. He’s been training & fighting Muay Thai for the better part of two decades. Chris is a 6-time Muay Thai champion, including WKA World Amateur Champion and FNF World Professional Champion. Chris is internationally known, having competed in countries such as Thailand, Belarus, Spain and South Korea.
boxing & muay thai
Jason Strout is known for being one of the top striking (boxing,MMA, kickboxing/Muay Thai) coaches in USA with over 20 years of training experience. Jason has gathered knowledge first hand as a boxer and kickboxer under renowned coach Duke Roufus. Jason then utilized his experience to successfully coach professional and amateur boxers, kickboxers and MMA fighters in UFC, Bellator, Glory Kickboxing and many other promotions.
Jason has worked with several male and female athletes who have competed in the UFC, Bellator, K1, Glory Kickboxing, Lion Fights, and numerous boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA professional and amateur promotions. He has trained many notable professional fighters, including Liam McGeary, Jared “Flash” Gordon, Skender Halili and Marcos Galvao.