Championship Martial Arts

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Guys, have any of you been to the chain of martial arts schoos called, "Championship Martial Arts"?

Looks like Shotokan but I can't find any information as to exactly what style of Japanese martiall arts they teach.

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Whereabouts? I suspect that there are probably quite a few "champion" or "championship" martial arts programs around...
 

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Their website says its a blend of Karate and TKD. Doesn't look like they are a JMA school.
 

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Looks like a pretty typical commercial program. Maybe a blend of TKD and some sort of karate.
 

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I think you will learn more of a dance routine than a Martial art there.

A great place for kids they have movie magic week.

I don't know what Karate they teach I have seen here in Miami Karate being used by TKD to attract students so who knows. I think an adult might not find this type of school to their liking.
 

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This chain is owned by Frank Silverman and Mike Metzger. Frank Silverman is the Executive Director of the Martial Arts Industry Association. Not sure about what style they do, but i do know they have the business side down very well.
 
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Then I suspect it is not affiliated with any traditional martial art. That is an old line one back in Korea, Japan, Okinawa or such.

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