Teacher of Mantis Boxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing, and Tai Chi. Artist, Pilot (Hang-Glider & Para-Glider).
Founder/Head Instructor - 2004
Black Belt (6th) - Mantis Boxing - under Tony Puyot
Brown Belt - Brazilian Jiu Jitsu - under Andre 'Dedeco' Almeida
2x Gold Medalist, 1x Silver Medalist U.S. National Kung Fu Championships 2004
Gold Medalist (Featherweight - White Belt Division) - IBJJF Boston Open 2012
Kickboxing - Advanced Instructor
Yang style Tai Chi - Advanced Instructor
Randy started his school with a strong desire to share Martial Arts and it's benefits with others. He continues to live and share a healthy lifestyle, and his passion for martial arts; enjoying helping others achieve their goals. He believes strongly in being a student for life, and constantly learning and growing.
Randy has traveled across the United States to train with some of the best martial artists/teachers/coaches, from Boston to San Diego and many places in between. He works diligently at his martial arts training, seeking the best for himself and his students.
Since early childhood Randy has been fascinated with Martial Arts. After his early machinations of becoming a highly skilled Ninja by age 10 were thwarted by his mother, he finally began his formal martial arts studies in Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido for a brief period while serving in the U.S. Army during the first Gulf War.
Having encountered Kung Fu while in the Army, Randy sought out an instructor a few years after the military. He has been studying Praying Mantis Boxing, Chinese Weapons, and Tai Chi since 1999.
Seeing the value in adding ground fighting techniques to Mantis Boxing, Randy has been training, studying, and competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu since 2011.
Collapse and Fall Into Ruin (Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazine July/August issue 2017)
Xiao Da - The Truth on Effective Strike (Journal of 7 Star Mantis vol. 4, issue 4/Northern Shaolin Praying Mantis Institute and Association 2013)
Size Matters - In Chin Na - Why Chin Na Works, And Does Not Work (Journal of 7 Star Mantis vol. 3, issue 3/Northern Shaolin Praying Mantis Institute and Association 2012)