Meet our amazing and talented coaches at Limitless Martial Arts.
Kru Ali started his MMA career in 2006 under Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Will Ellis of Pagsuko Fight Team. After capturing multiple titles in the ametur ranks he decided to turn pro in 2010 under the tutelage of Sensei Benjamin Schissler of Serial Boxe Fight Team. He spent the next 6 years competing in the professional ranks and after capturing a title decided to retire and focus his attention on leading the next generation of Martial Artists. Since 2017 he has continued to train and corner students in MMA, Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu competitions throughout the nation.
D'artanyon is a 2 time Judo Paralympic medalist who was first drawn to the sport after the airing of his 2009 documentary “Carry On” on Sports Center. The filming of the documentary aided Dartanyon in pursuing a career as a U.S. Paralympian in the sport of judo. As a Paralympic athlete Dartanyon also began to build a career in inspirational speaking as well as coaching Judo.
2012 U.S. Paralympic Judo Bronze Medalist
2014 IBSA Judo World Champion
2016 Paralympic Bronze Medalist
Veronica started her wrestling in 2006 and has competed at the highest level throughout her career. This includes capturing gold at the national level while consistently making the USA National Wrestling team year after year. Veronica is also a board member on team USA Wrestling and continues to help grow the sport on and off the mats.
5X USA Wrestling National Team Member
Senior National Champion
2x World Team Trials Champion
Senior World Team Member
3X World Cup Team Member
Junior World Championships Finalist
Kosta has been a certified coach and judge in kickboxing and thai boxing by the ISKA since 1996. In 2002 he would go on to get his blue belt under renowned coach Carlson Gracie out of Chicago, Illinois. It was around that time that Kosta decided to switch to catch wrestling under Tony Cecchine. Kosta continues to impart and share his “catch as catch can” mentality to the new generation of grapplers.
Kodey has been competing in MMA for over 10 years and during that time has gone on to amass an impressive professional record. After a few years of competing on the ametur level Coach Kodey decided to move to San Diego, California so he could train with famed team Alliance. After winning 6 out of his first 7 professional fights he would move to Denver where he has since put his attention on molding those who are the future of the sport.
Mark Kondenko began his martial arts journey in 2015 after graduating from C.U boulder with his Bachelors in Exercise Physiology. He was invited to class by a co-worker and was instantly hooked and has been studying Jiu jitsu and Muay Thai under Kru Ali Hanjani ever since. Mark found that the family mentality, mixed with high level instructors and classmates at Limitless made it a perfect place to train. He also enjoys competing in Jiu Jitsu tournaments and has medaled in multiple Fight 2 Win and Grappling Industries competitions.
Mark currently teaches beginners Jiu jitsu class, Strength and Conditioning, and he offers personal training.