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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

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.
    Cheryl Watkins is an Occupational Therapist with 14 years of experience. When Cheryl discovered she could help those with Parkinson’s Disease by slowing their progression using the Rock Steady Method, her  hobby of boxing (for fitness ) became her passion. Cheryl is Rock Steady Boxing Coach and program director of our Rock Steady Boxing Rockville program. She also brings to our program her experience as an LSVT BIG certified therapist and a closed brain injury specialist. When she is not working at our gym, she can been seen working at Suburban Hospital and working with clients/patients privately.
      Guy started his martial arts journey in 1998 when he enlisted in the Israeli Defense Force. He served as a sniper in multiple tours of combat duty and was awarded the prestigious "warriors pin". It was there he was also introduced to Krav Maga and it played a vital role in his survival. After his service ended he continued studying Krav Maga as well as kickboxing, Muay Thai, Brazilian Jui jitsu, and boxing. Guy has experience in instructing Krav Maga/self defense to many different types of students. He is well versed in the craft, bringing stalwart military attitude to high intensity workouts, creating a sense of “unit” for all participants. Guy draws out the best of his clients by constantly challenging you in new ways, fostering their strengths, and fortifying their weaknesses.