Dan Good is the head coach for MMA-4kids being a professional athlete and passionate wrestler/Jiujitsu player he has a wealth of knowledge in MMA. He is experienced in working with children and knows how to get the best out of them. Not only is he the head coach here he also is the head coach at Team Mahico where he teaches adults from beginners to professionals.
Jamie Leigh Coleman
Jamie Leigh is an assistant coach here at MMA-4kids, with a wealth of knowledge in working in schools and other sports clubs. Jamie is very approachable to the children and passionate to help them reach their true potential. Training in Jiu-jitsu herself and competing in grappling shows gives Jamie that added experience to pass on to our students.
Craig is our head coach at our Harlow clubs, being a professional athlete + BJJ purple belt gives craig the skills needed to be a great coach, he also has a wealth of experience in schools and working with children as well as other successful clubs he runs. Craig is very popular with the children and always brings the best out of his students.
Being an MMA athlete has helped Ty gain the skills needed to help coach children, Previously competing in boxing and working alongside head coach Dan Good has gave Ty the experience needed to help coach our students. He also works in many schools that give him added experience to his coaching.
As a competitive amateur boxer it has helped give Kelsey an insight into what it takes to train hard and give it your all, Currently at university studying sports also gives him extra knowledge to pass on to our young team. Another great addition to your coaching staff.
Craig has competed in both grappling and boxing giving him a great understanding to what it takes. Very passionate about MMA and it shows in his coaching. Once again another great member of the team.
Cathleen helps out in so many ways for MMA-4kids, she helps with the day to day running. keeping the background bits organised and more. She has and still competes in grappling and is a passionate MMA student herself.