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Robb B.

ogunquit, Maine
Robb Buckland, the founder of FEARS Ltd., is a veteran of over 30 years in the martial arts. A nationally certified nutritional consultant and personal trainer (IFPA and ACSM), he currently holds a 5th degree blackbelt (Shihan) in Uechi Ryu Karate where he trained under the systems American founder George Mattson , he now trains under Canadian Uechi - Ryu founder and is an "elder"...


Eric S. Dye My education took place at Ohio State University, Ohio Dominican College, International Metaphysical Ministry, International Correspondence School, I hold a B.Msc. Degree (Metaphysical Science) and Career Diplomas in Small Business Management and Retail Security. State Certificates include Investigative Skills, Communication Skills, Management Style and Multi-Media...

Shodan David.J.Viney

hey. im David Viney and im a 1st dan black belt at SVMA in leicester. i have been doing korean karate for 8 years now and i passed my black belt grading the second time on 3-4/12/11. karate is not just my life but it mostly is. the reason i started this blog is to hear your opinions on good training advice, whats best with competetion fears, how to learn new tricks well and how to get...

David S.

I'm in the 5th year of my graduate study at Stanford, working on a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. My research is on electric space propulsion devices. I have a total of roughly 9 years of karate training, but with a large gap in the middle. I started training in Shito Ryu karate in Southern California in 6th grade, and continued through high school. I did not train much at all during undergrad,...

Roger W. Facebook

Londonderry, New Hampshire
I started training in martial arts in 1995 after years of bodybuilding.  My martial arts training consisted of Ed Parker Kenpo Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing, JKD, and Kali.  After recieving my Black Belt, I decided to continue my training in BJJ.  Fast forward 16 yrs. later and finally I did the impossible, I got my Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt!  I started...
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Flint, Texas
I love exercising and being healthy. I have been in karate for 8 years now, and i am about to recieve my black belt. I also love swimming. Exercising i a huge portion of my days and i love it.


Ottawa, Canada
I am a busy mom and wife and work full time as part of a helpdesk support team. I have in my home, 3 children all old enough to be looking after themselves, a neurotic dog, a senagal parrot, a rat and a large aquarium. I have spent about 6yrs in martial arts attaining my black belt in Shotokan/Shto Ryu karate. The last year has been especially tough with a back problem that had me unable to...


Linda has studied the arts of Tai Chi & Qigong for over 27 years. She has taught in community centres, hospitals, seniors centres and privately for the past 20 years. Her background is Yang Style as taught by David Lau in Toronto, Canada. In addition to teaching the traditional sets of Yang Style Tai Chi, Linda works with her students' Chi and helps them to improve their health with Qigong...


There are many reasons for kids to become involved in the martial arts. We have developed a program based on traditional Taekwondo for kids, called Karate for Kids. The Karate for Kids system is based on a lifetime learning concept in addition to technical skills. The building blocks for our system are monthly themes such as: Goals, Self-Esteem, Courtesy, Integrity, Confidence, Self-Awareness,...

Nicholas C.

I am an applied physics Ph.D. student and as such I have little free time, and plenty of stress. I train with Stanford Shotokan Karate because the full 2 hour workouts are physical enough that I only need to exercise 2-3 times per week to stay in shape, and they are a great way to blow off stress. I started training in Shotokan Karate as an undergrad at Boulder and, besides the physics...