WE TRAIN FOR REAL-LIFE. PERIOD.
We don’t care about colored belts. We don't rely on "high-energy workouts", jump kicks, katas, or kiai's. Breaking boards is not our selling point. And we won't sell you a black belt. WARPATH is not a traditional martial arts school.
WARPATH Fighting is about sweating in garage weight rooms, sparring in dirt floored rings, thriving with minimal gear in austere locations, and training for real life encounters in back alleys and city streets.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Become Harder to Kill. Strong, Skilled, Adaptable.
IS WARPATH FOR YOU?
Most martial arts schools pride themselves on being “inclusive” and for everyone. WARPATH is not like those institutions.
WARPATH is exclusively for those who are committed to constant self-creation through the combined crucibles of combat and strength training. We serve men and women of all levels and ages who share in common the pursuit of excellence.
Men and women have chosen to train at WARPATH because our principles call to their primal nature. If your primal nature calls out, if fiery blood runs through your veins, and you would like to honor your inner spirit, then WARPATH is for you.
HOW IT WORKS
After scheduling and completing your FREE introductory session, we require a minimum of 3 scheduled one-on-one sessions with a WARPATH coach. These private sessions cover our curriculum and serve as a great introduction to the principles of our group.
After this time, if invited to join the group, we require a 12-week commitment. We do not sell classes or sessions. Self-creation is a process and not achieved in a single workout. You must be as committed to your success as we are.
Your current physical attributes are NOT considered when selecting members. WARPATH is not just for the naturally gifted, but also for those who must work at it. Most important is discipline, work ethic, attitude, focus, and commitment.
Mark Eckenrode is the lead coach at WARPATH.
Mark Eckenrode is the primary coach at WARPATH where he trains athletes, firefighters, first responders, military personnel and everyday people who are committed to constant self-creation through the trials of strength, combat, and survival. Mark is a firefighter-paramedic.