(Ret) 1SG Marcus D. Elliott is a 35 year U.S. Army veteran, Born on October 17, 1958 and raised in Texarkana, Texas.  He entered the active military service on September 25, 1982.  He attended Basic and Advance Individual Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky to be an Infantry Men.

During his career, 1SG Elliott served as an Infantry Men, Missile Crewmen, Tank Gunner, Chemical Specialist, Section Leader, Platoon Sergeant, 1SG for a Multi-Service Provincial Reconstruction Team, and Brigade S3 Operation Sergeant. His combat Tours include Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan

(Ret) 1SG Elliott has been assigned to the following units: 2 Battalion 50TH Infantry Garlstedt, Germany. 2-1 Air Defense Artillery, South, Korea. 1/62d Air Defense Artillery, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. 1st Battalion, 55th Air Defense Artillery. Ft. Polk, Louisiana. 710th Special Operations Wing, Philippines. Observer/Trainer 1/289th Ft. Sill, OK. 48th Chemical Brigade, Ft. Hood, TX. 3rd Chemical Brigade, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO.

(Ret) 1SG Elliott military and civilian education includes the US Army Air Assault School, Equal Opportunity Representative Course, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic noncommissioned Officers Course, Small Group Instructor Course, Advance Noncommissioned Officer Course, Military Decision Making Progress, Combat Lifesaver Course, Armor Weapon School, and Master Fitness Course, and has an associate degree in Physical Education.

(Ret) 1SG Elliott was selected by the Brigade Sergeant Major to be the trainer and coach for both the Boxing and Combative team, which they place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in both tournaments. He also has train approximately 50,000 deploying Soldiers and Officer in Combative. His awards includes, Bronze Star Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Meritorious Service Medal  5thAward, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal iq9th Award, Valorous Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal W/M Device, NATO Medal, Combat Action Badge, Air Assault Badge, Driver  and Mechanic Badge,

Coach D- Fitness - Strength & Conditioning 

Darrelle Raven-Charlo has an impressive background ranging from football to track. He spent his previous years dedicated to sports and fitness by reaching milestones including becoming a six time national champion track star and also while playing arena football he was named to all state three times.
Darrelle uses motivational tactics to help his clients reach their goals by encouraging them throughout their journey to greatness. "The first thing I ask my clients is 'Do you want to do this?'"
If they're up for the challenge, Raven sets up agreements that persist of 2-3 week challenges and non stop training so that every client reaches their goals without a doubt. He believes in having lots of fun while training, so don't expect to be bored while reaching your goals!



Coach G - Boxing

Genaro Alarcon believes in a boxer with lots of discipline and he is sure to include this in his teaching methods. While teaching, he has a strict style with a fun underly. He wants his boxers to understand the sport and he wants them to be able to apply it inside and outside the ring so while teaching, he is sure to demonstrate tactics thoroughly. 
Growing up in Mexico, Alarcon has a boxing background of 22 years. He's had 100+ amateur fights and 7 professional fights. As a self starter, he taught himself techniques that others couldn't teach him. While teaching his boxers moral techniques as well, he trains children to become respectful and well rounded humans. 
"I don't let the kids spar or compete until they bring me good grades!" Alarcon believes in a strong mindset with ability to set goals and reach them no matter what age you are.