Bronx Martial arts
Tremont School of Judo, Ju Jutsu & Karate has been teaching Martial Arts to men, women, children and law enforcement since 1960. Tremont School is also known as the Miyama Ryu Hombu Dojo.
Your assurance of Quality in Martial Arts, Karate, Kickboxing, Ju-Jutsu and Escrima. Offering all levels of Programs, Beginner Fitness To Advanced Athletes Both Amateur and Professional. Classes For all Levels from Beginner Self Defense to Professional Martial Arts Competition.
Tae Kwon Do is considered to be the most effective fighting art ever developed. It is a physical science, where each move carries maximum power, speed, accuracy and balance. Literally translated from Korean, Tae means “foot” or “to strike with the foot,” Kwon means “fist” or “to strike with the hand,” and Do means “discipline” or “art.” Therefore, taken together Tae Kwon Do means “foot, fist, art” or “the art of kicking and punching.” Modern Tae Kwon Do is a unique form of martial arts that combines the flowing movements of numerous Chinese styles with the quick movements of various Japanese systems.
Today, Master Delgado’s students are known for their agility, power, and fearless tactics when they compete at in-house and outside tournaments. At Delgado Karate Sports we are not just an ordinary martial arts school, we’re a karate school with attitude- Winning attitude! Our focus is to make a legitimate winner out of everyone whether at the dojo, school, work, or in the community.
Kyoshi Paul Sookdar, a Fifth-Degree Black Belt and co-founder of the Kenshikai Karate Association, has been studying martial arts for over thirty years and teaching for over twenty. He began training at the age of six at Jerome Mackie’s school in New York City, and after two years moved to the Kyokushin school of Kaicho (Grandmaster) Tadashi Nakamura at 14th Street in Manhattan. Here, he first found his love of traditional Japanese style karate based upon the principles of discipline, self-respect, and courtesy.
The objective is not to create champions for the ring, but to create individuals to be champions of life; to be successful in their endeavours, and to gain maturity through an awareness of self.