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Coach Jason Boyer began training in the brutal art of Lethwei in 1986. He fought competitively in Muay Thai from 1991 – 2007 capturing several titles along the way. Coach Boyer began coaching at the young age of 22 simply because he needed more sparring partners, and training them from scratch seemed to be an effective way to acquire them. He has consistently coached ever since, training hundreds along the way, to include bringing countless fighters from scratch to pro. Helping people transform their lives is his passion. Coach Boyer currently oversees our kickboxing program.

Additionally, Coach Boyer is a retired decorated police officer and swat team operator. He is currently a police instructor at a local area police academy.

Meet Other Trainers

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

Coach Bruce Babashan: Bruce is a highly respected boxing coach and trainer with over 20 years of experience. Coach Bruce has trained fights at every level in the sport including professional world and international champions, Olympians and Golden Gloves Champions as well.

While Bruce earns a living as a coach his heart lies in amateur boxing and he has devoted a large potion of his life teaching boxing and helping young men and women develop courage and character thru boxing.  Coach Bruce loves working with kids and he is best described as a strict disciplinarian with a loving heart.

Coach Bruce is also the founder and CEO of The Good Fight, a none-profit whose mission is to teach Courage, Character and Accountability thru boxing.
    Tu has been coaching since 2013.   When he joined Champion Boxing & Fitness, he started competing as an amateur and instantly fell in love with boxing. Tu loves to help bring out the potential in people and to help them reach their fitness goals.   The most common advice that Tu often tells members is “do the best you can because every day in every way you will get better and better as a result”. Tu’s training style is tough and dynamic. He will push you to your limits with intense and methodical training.
      Nate has been practicing Martial Arts since he was in middle school and has been boxing since 2010, two of those years were as an amateur.   Nate has been an instructor since 2015. His teaching style is a combination of explosive conditioning, strength training, heavy bag work, technique drilling, and a number of ever-changing full body workouts to keep members pushing themselves.