Kenny "Juggernaut" Jones
I first started training Muay Thai way back in 2008 when me, my wife and my brother took an introductory lesson with Justin Greskiewicz at a gym he used to teach at. At the time, I was well over 300lbs and in horrible health. Justin's introduction made me instantly fall in love with the sport. It was the first exercise program I tried that was not only effective, but fun. Over the years, under Justin's guidance I've completely changed my lifestyle and lost basically an entire human being worth of weight.
My goals for training are basically to just become the best version of me that I can be. I want to consistently challenge myself in every way and push my body to go beyond my own limits. Through my training and competition, I want to be an example to others that nothing is impossible if you put the work in. I want to show my three sons that nothing is outside of their reach, if they are willing to work hard and sacrifice for it. I want to help people become as fit as possible through the sport of Muay Thai. Stay Fly Muay Thai has been my home before our facility even existed. I've only trained pretty much exclusively with Justin Greskiewicz and I've been able to see first hand the passionate, involved and caring coach and mentor that he is. So when he opened the doors to Stay Fly, it wasn't even a question that I was going to join. I took my first bout 4 months later and since that day, the awesome students and staff have helped me grow into a 3 time Muay Thai champion, winning the Gut Check Cruiserweight Title, The Striker's Cup Cruiserweight title and the 2015 WKA North American tournament, all of which are feats that I COULDN'T have achieved without the love and support of the amazing people at Stay Fly Muay Thai. Now, over a dozen fights later, I'm still finding myself consistently challenged and motivated by my teammates. We have the most passionate and supportive coaches, the most dedicated and understanding students and one of the best facilities that a martial artist could hope to train in. Justin conveys an emphasis on pretty technique and adequate conditioning that you do just don't see in most gyms, and we have a number of highly skilled athletes, competing at all levels, constantly training here. I've even gotten my two oldest sons in on the action. Stay Fly is the place to be.