Instructors

Allan Martin

Allan Coach/Co-owner Allan has been training Muay Thai under Arjarn Mark Nardone since 2008. He currently holds a 9th Khan in Muay Boran and is SitSuphan's Head Coach.

He has trained in weight lifting and conditioning for more than 15 years, and is always trying to push himself — whether for Muay Thai training, the gym, CrossFit, or preparing for obstacle course races.

Coach Allan runs Kids Muay Thai Classes, Fitness Kickboxing Classes, Strength & Conditioning classes, and Adult Muay Thai Classes throughout the week and is also available for private lessons in Muay Thai, personal training and weight loss. He is American Red Cross Certified for First Aid, CPR and AED for adults, children and infants. Allan is also the Owner and Founder of Outside the Box Fitness and Training which is located next to SitSuphan Muay Thai Academy.

Accomplishments:
  • 9th Khan under Arjarn Mark Nardone
  • Kids Muay Thai Coach at the Braintree After School Enrichment Program (B.A.S.E)
  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1 Trainer)
  • Spartan Race Competitor
  • Warrior Dash Competitor
  • B.A. Business Management

Alex Toh

Alex Alex Toh began his journey in martial arts when he came under the instruction of Kru Mark Nardone in one of Boston's first Muay Thai Academies: Khai Muy Lug Sitnarong, Boston in 1996. In 2005, Alex went back to training with Kru Mark Nardone teaching at Wai Kru in Allston. He has since included the study of Muay Boran, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Judo achieving Blue Belt in BJJ and Yellow Belt in Judo. He is certified 7th Khan and is registered with the Association Institute of Thai Martial Arts. Coach Alex has since served as Muay Thai instructor for Team Best Way in Quincy and Tapout Gym in Boston.

Accomplishments:
  • Certified 7th Khan in Muay Thai Boran under Kru Mark Nardone;
  • Certified Brazilian Jiu Jutsu Blue Belt under 4th Degree Blackbelt under Master Andre 'Dedeco' Almeida; 2009
  • Certified Judo Yellow Belt under Blackbelt Fabio Souza; 2011
  • Bachelor in Business Sciences from Northeastern University; 2003