Frank Maryska is a Brazilian JiuJitsu Brown Belt and has 17 Years of Muay Thai Kickboxing experience.
Coach Frank has 10+ years of coaching amateur and professional competitors in Mixed Martial Arts, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Brazilian JiuJitsu, and Submission grappling competitions.
Frank has been Striker Fight Centers Muay Thai Coach for 5 years and really cares about our team, traveling to venues and cornering our fighters when needed. He devotes time to training camps and focuses on clinch and technique to instill a firm foundation while in the cage.
He Encourages you to enter the gym with a goal. Focus on the workout. Complete each rep with clear intent. Most importantly have fun! The results will follow as long as you are consistent with the work and confident in yourself to achieve your goals.
Whether it is a technical question to a particular exercise or you need a little verbal motivation. His purpose is to give you the extra little push and hold you accountable to your goal.
Frank Maryska Jr.
Muay Thai Kickboxing- 17 years
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu- Brown Belt
Tae Kwon Do- Black Belt
Judo- White Belt
Coach Frank brings a hand on, “Just shut up and train” philosophy towards the application of the art of Muay Thai. “A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic. It takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” -Colin Powell
He also believes that a martial artist should always have an open-mind and willingness to learn across all disciplines. This progressive, non-dogmatic viewpoint allows the ability to adapt to a student’s individual needs, as well as the capacity to keep up with the constantly evolving nature of martial arts. Coach Frank’s teaching of Muay Thai then allows the optimal application of the art across a broad spectrum, whether that is fitness, self-defense, or competition.