All day training seminar with Kyoshi (7th Degree Black Belt) Brian Hobson

Post date: Mar 19, 2011 6:37:29 AM

The Nintai Ryokukan Dojo welcomes Kyoshi (7th Degree Black Belt) Brian K. Hobson for an all day training seminar. Classes begin Friday April 8th with seminar session beginning Saturday April 9th at 9:00. All Karate practicioners are welcome. Since this is Kyoshi Hobson's first visit to San Marcos, training sessions will be just $30 for the day. Registration is available on sight.

With 30 years of training in Okinawan Shorin Karate. Kyoshi (7th degree black belt) Brian K. Hobson is one of the nations best martial artist. A 45 time state champion, 20 time U.S. National Champion, a 21 time All American, and 2 time Pan American Games Champion Brian Hobson is regarded as one of Americas karate competitors. He is one of few to have achieve successive gold medals for long weapons, short weapons open hand forms, and fighting.

Kyoshi Hobson is also one of the nations leading karate instructors. His Tekkikan Dojo has over 200 active students and is recognized by the Amateur Athletic Union as one of the top twenty karate schools in the country.

Hobson is a native Hampton, VA where he is the president of Brian Hobson’s Tekkikan Karate and the North American Director of the International Kiyobukan Karate Association under direction of Grand Master Seiei Nakaza. Hobson holds a bachelors degree in sociology from Hampton University and a Masters degree in Sports Management for the U.S. Sports Academy.