Born : Aberdeen, Scotland
Specialises in : Boxing, Muay Thai, Strength & Conditioning

“Martial Arts are a great way to develop and maintain balance in life. If you have never tried martial arts, I suggest you start now.”

Chris Watt also known as Chris “Killer” Watt started training at the age of 14. Starting out in professional Muay Thai competition he quickly became a sensation (hence the nickname) with his exciting walk forward style of fighting. Chris Watt is a two time state champion winning championships in different organisations – The WKA State championship in 2012 and again in 2016 winning the WMC Super welterweight state championship.

In the last few years, Chris has been in pursuit of improving his overall coaching profile working extensively on Muay Thai and Boxing skills development and technique as well as Strength & Conditioning using his knowledge to create fun, dynamic and exciting work outs on a daily basis! Chris’s coaching style is simple and direct; yet powerful and effective as he aims to ensure you get the most out of every training session!

Training Experience
Two time Western Australia Muay Thai Champion
2012 WKA Western Australia Champion & 2016 WMC Western Australia Champion
Cert. III & IV in Fitness
Over 10 years experience
Training Skills
  • Boxing 100 %
  • Muay Thai 100 %
  • Strength & Conditioning 100 %

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

"Exercise is for everyone. It should be fun and enjoyable not endured and overdone - If you're sick of your average workout give combat arts a try"
"It's a passion helping people develop a strong, fit, healthy mind, body and spirit, setting goals and enjoying it every step of the way."