Terry Bullman, our owner, and chief instructor has been practicing and teaching Krav Maga for nearly 20 years. He has a second-degree black belt in Krav Maga, a black belt in Taekwondo, and has fought professionally as a boxer, kickboxer, and cage fighter. His mission is to teach Krav Maga so people can live safer, healthier, and happier lives.
Alli Jenkins is a lead group fitness instructor for our KickFit and FIT classes. Alli is certiﬁed by AAAI personal training certiﬁcation program and offers one on one training as well. She was trained by Terry Bullman and received her Black Belt in PMA Self Defense Curriculum in July 2009.
Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist Level 1: FST is manual assisted stretching with subjects on a massage table using oscillation, traction and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation or PNF. 80% of our proprioceptors are in our free nerve endings or interstitial muscle receptors found in our fascia of muscles and connective tissues. This can provide optimal results for pain management, rehabilitation, and functional training. This system is being utilized in medical, fitness and sports facilities all over the world.
Alli has been with Bullman’s since its inception in 2009.
Geoff Hampton is a 35 year veteran of international fitness business development and highly rated business presenter (including Keynote). Hampton has more than 200 fitness business articles and features printed in fitness publications and others.
Geoff has a passion to help people create a healthier lifestyle and has created healthy living programs around the United States since 1997, including locally, The Knoxville Fitness Challenge which ran successfully for four consecutive years.
Hampton also has a passion to help our Nation’s youth attain and sustain a healthier lifestyle and quality of life. He has also served The Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs of Knoxville TN in various capacities since the early 1970s when they were separate entities.
Hampton sees Bullman’s Kickboxing and Krav Maga Fitness as the perfect platform to, according to his Knoxville Fitness Challenge slogan, “Change the shape of Knoxville”