Smiles, energy and enthusiasm abounded in the spring during Martial Arts America’s 18th annual Benefit Karate Tournament.
Proceeds from the tournament go to the Coronado Schools Foundation. Parents and family members volunteered their time and competitors from Rancho Bernardo and Thousand Oaks joined their friends May 12 in Coronado to showcase their technical skills and
Martial Arts America Leadership students and high-ranking black belts demonstrated a variety of
forms and sparring techniques.
David Adams, third-degree black belt and instructor at Martial Arts America led students in the traditional stylized staff movements then went on to show his mastery of the more advanced forms using the traditional Okinawan staff or “Bo”.
Sensei Miko Peled, sixth degree black belt, owner and founder of Martial Arts America in Coronado, treated the crowd to a seldem witnessed, technically flawless execution of forms and self defense techniques against bare hand/fist fighting and defense against knife attacks.
Peled has been teaching in Coronado and developing young leaders for 23 years.
Call 619-435-8223, stop by 1005 C Avenue (corner of Tenth Street and C Avenue, near Swaddee Thai Restaurant ) or email him at email@example.com for information about courses for children, teens and adults.
Coronado’s Martial Arts America staff and instructors are all dedicated to the success of every child, teen, and adult.