Instructors

Coach Yi-Yuan (Ian) Lee

Head Coach – United Martial Arts Training Center

Born in 1971, Coach Lee began his martial arts training at a young age. After he became an athlete, Coach Lee participated in many combative competitions such as boxing and Chinese quick wrestling, and specialized in the Sanshou combat style. He held a superior record during his athletic career which includes seven times national champions and two times international champions. Coach Lee has been assigned by USAWKF as the head coach for U.S.A. Sanshou Team. Currently, he dedicates himself to promoting and coaching Sanshou at United Martial Arts Training Center in Lubbock.

  • Head Coach for Team U.S.A. in 8th Pan American Wushu Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina – 2010
  • Head Coach for Team U.S.A. in 11th World Wushu Championships, going to Ankara, Turkey – 2011
  • Head Coach for Team U.S.A. in 9th World Wushu Championships, Beijing, China – 2007
  • Assistant Coach for Team U.S.A. in Wu Shu World Cup in Macao, China – 2003

Coach Douglas Alencastro Bueno

Head Coach – Jiu Jitsu

Douglas was born in Rio do Sul, Santa Catarina, Brazil. It was through his father that Douglas Bueno and his younger brother Conrado Bueno came to know Jiu Jitsu, as his father always liked Jiu Jitsu but had never trained.  He started Jiu  Jitsu at the age of 16, however, two years later he would meet the person who would become his true master, Professor Gustavo Campos Ramos, better known as “Guto”, whom was part of the team Atos Jiu Jitsu, led by Andre Galvao and Ramom Lemos. Guto was an excellent teacher and had many other talented fighters in his gym.

Douglas also holds a Law degree from the Catholic University of RS, PUCRS and went to graduate School of the Federal Judiciary.