Viktor

Zaman

Viktor has over 20 years’ experience in professional sports.

Up to the age of 16 years, he played for the Croatian National Ice Hockey Team. After which, he joined the Muay Thai Team and had his first professional fight at age 17.

In 2008, he won the World Title for under 20s (IFMA) in Busan, South Korea.

In 2010, he won 3rd place in European Muay Thai Championships (IFMA) in Liepaja, Latvia.

In 2011, he won World Title in Kickboxing K1 (WAKO) in Skopje, Macedonia.

By 2013, he completed his professional boxing career with a record 74 Amateur fights (62,12) and 8 Professional fights (4,4).

Throughout his career, he trained and competed with the best trainers and fighters in the world.

He began his Muay Thai/boxing coaching whilst completing his studies in Mechanical Engineering.

In 2014, he moved to LA, USA where he continued to enhance his career in professional boxing coaching, mastering Crossfit and working with celebrities.

All this extensive experience has led Viktor to specialise in Strength and Conditioning through Functional training and the biomechanics of focusing whole body weight to punches/kicks and utilising the full potential of boxing technique.