Kru Alex Branom
Muay Thai instructor; boxing
Alex Branom is a Professional MMA and Muay Thai fighter. He started with the original Team Quest in 2003 and received his purple belt under Eddie Bravo in 2011. He also spent some time in Thailand, where he travelled and trained throughout the country. He is a Rajanderm Stadium veteran and has trained with legendary Jean Wayne Parr, Saenchai sor Koingstar, Pornsehnee Sitmonchai, Hongthonglex, the best of the best in Muay Thai. He has been training Muay Thai under Ajarn Burke at Burke Camp for over ten years. In the past four years, he has competed in 14 MuayThai matches and been a Fairtex sponsored MMA fighter.
Kru Noah Kramer
Head Muay Thai Instructor; boxing
Noah began his training with boxing. He discovered Muay Thai and began training with Ajarn Burke over 10 years ago. He is a great coach and has worked with beginners as well as cornered fighters in the UFC. He is well known not only for his skill in Muay Thai, but his outgoing and enthusiastic teaching style.
Head Boxing Instructor
George Gonzales has been coaching boxing for over 25 years. He was David Banks's coach when he won The Contender. As a young boxer, George won the National Golden Gloves in 1969 at Featherweight.
He works with all ages and ability levels. His students range from 5-70 years old, and include professional MMA and Muay Thai fighters as well as professional boxers. George's style promotes good footwork, technical striking, and mobility.
Kids Coach; boxing and Muay Thai
Dom grew up playing sports and participated competitively in basketball, soccer, tennis, track and field, rock climbing, rugby, and Olympic weightlifting. She began training boxing with George and Muay Thai with Kru Alex. She hopes to bring a positive, all inclusive atmosphere to training and understands the importance of adaptive coaching for various kinds of athletes. Her love of the sport, combined with her calm and patient demeanor, have made her a beloved coach for our youth program.
Operations; Muay Thai instructor
Robin didn’t pursue sports until she attended Reed College, where she earned her BA in economics. There she was first introduced to rugby and has since gone on to win a National Championship in 7s Rugby and represent the USA in two Touch Rugby World Cups. In 2011 she began competing in MMA and was recognized by the FCFF as the 2011 Female Fighter of the Year. She also received the 2013 FCFF Most Unique Finish, was featured in the female fighter documentary 1000 Times, is a Society 9 Brand Ambassador, and has won 2 Superfight belts. She first competed in Muay Thai in 2016 at the Muay Thai Classic. Robin has been an instructor/coach for over 10 years. Although she also loves competing herself, her passion is helping people achieve goals that they would not have previously thought possible.
"The only limit to your impact is your imagination and your commitment." Tony Robbins
MMA and Muay Thai fighter; 125lbs
Hannah comes from a competitive rugby background, having played for the Women’s Premier League as part of ORSU for several years. She began training in MMA and Muay thai in 2018 but has been making huge waves ever since her debut in April where she pulled off a Unanimous Draw after having trained for only 4 months and fighting up 2 weight classes. In her second fight she had a dominant victory over an opponent with over 5 years experience which had people hailing her as a Muay Thai prodigy. Hannah is known for her inflammatory personality during her fights as well as her kind and engaging demeanor in the gym.
Nutrition; strength and conditioning