Meet The Team

Jacob Diangangu

Jacob has more than six years experience in coaching and has been a teacher of Physical Education for more than three years. He has worked in both primary and secondary schools during his time, Jacob believes that sport allows people to express themselves by having fun as well as challenging them both physically and mentally. He has a wide range of experience coaching pupils from 18months- 19 years old as well as experience delivering personal training sessions to adults. His wide range of experience of delivering sessions to people of different ages, gender and mixed abilities has provided him with a wealth of quality to deliver sessions of the highest quality. His sporting background derives from previously representing his borough in athletics throughout his time in secondary school and representing his county (London FA) in football, having been on a host of trials at Brentford, Southend United and Leyton Orient he has experience of pitting himself against some of the countries top athletes. These previous experiences have allowed him to mould himself into a coach that understands what clients at a foundation level need as well as the demands of elite athletes at the other end of the spectrum. He is also still currently a Deputy Head Of Year at an inner London school and does this alongside his duties as a secondary school PE teacher.

Jacob passion derives from being a local resident born and raised in Hammersmith & Fulham and having a passion to provide and give back to his local community, Jacob went to school locally alongside co-founder Danny Keenan.

Danny Keenan

Danny has more than six years experience in coaching a variety of different sports, he specialises in boxing being a professional boxer having 8 professional fights under his belt thus far. Prior to his professional boxing career he had a successful career as a junior boxer competing in several junior boxing tournaments all over the UK and built a breathtaking reputation which led him to fight on the undercard of then WBA super-middle weight champion George Groves in both 2017 and 2018, previously also fighting on David Hayes undercard in 2016.

Danny also had a promising football career, throughout his junior years he plyed his trade at local club QPR until he was 11 years old before moving to Wycombe Wanderers at 11 and playing football there until he was 14 years old. He chose to further his career in boxing in which has been a successful journey so far.

Danny is also a local West London boy contributing heavily to his community particularly after the grenfell tower tragedy which he was involved in giving back to local families and youths who were effected by the tragic incident.