Areas covered by the FusBox system:
1. Fast hands Chinese / American Boxing
2. Fast grappling Chinese defensive take downs
3. Sticky hands Chinese-American kenpo way
4. Thai Boxing power kicking & defense
5. Chinese & Old Korean fast kicking methods
6. Modern sport training systems
7. Ancient combat training systems
8. Submission grappling
9. Rape defense
10. Bully prevention
11. Self development
12. Self confidence
13. Youth discipline
33 years experience American wrestling
Who trained Michael?
22 years Asian martial arts
14 years American Boxing
9 years Muai Thai Boxing
9 years Brazilian Ju-jitsu
12 years Russian Sambo grappling
17 years Chinese American Kenpo
3 years Hungar Kung-fu
22 years Korean combat Tae-Kwon-Do (Tae-Hi)
14 years American Kick Boxing
Kenpo Scott Gordon
Fusboxing is a completely unique self improvement/self-defense and conditioning program. Fusion was designed with Americans in mind so for adults there is no mandatory belting system.
TKD Sanwook Nam & Sancook Nam
Kick Boxing- Bob Levie
Boxing Bob Leive
Kung Fu - Gus Fondanola
Thai Boxing- Wane Yomera
Ju-Jitsu Brad Gumm / Bing Tran
Combat Wrestling John Gidick
Sambo Arute John Giduck
About FusBoxing: The definition of the word FusBoxing
Fus = Fusion meaning the combining of multiple martial concepts.
Why was FusBoxing created?
Boxing = Positioning within an imaginary box for optimal utilization of available weapons (hands-elbows-shins-knee-head.)
FusBoxing = Multiple Martial Positions
Over decades of training I have not discovered a system that possessed a definition of true balance. Some systems were combative and effective, yet possessed no spirit. Other systems were spiritual yet possessed no realistic function.
In the year 1984 I began studying Tae-kwon-Do for self-defense purposes. I noticed right away the difference it made in my defense. I also noticed MAJOR holes in the way T.K.D. was designed. The one thing that limited T.K.D. turned out to be the same thing that limits most styles. It was designed to work within rules that played to its strengths allowing practitioners the luxury of ignoring its weaknesses.
Early on I wanted to experience what I perceived the martial arts to be, a complete way of life, health & fitness, defense and offence. I searched for a system that possess thought of Zen and the development of extraordinary physical capabilities.
Unfortunately I did not find a system of training or thought that possessed complete balance.
Through my three-decade journey in the martial arts I have created a modern balanced system mixed with the heritage of the ancient ways.
What is a FusBoxing Workout like?
FusBoxing training consists of considerable cardio and aerobic activity. Stretching is an important part of our routine along with the development of deep and full joint movement.
The workouts are broke into 4 segments
1. Striking days (plan on sweating)
Will I get hit? Nobody gets hit unless they elect to spar. Sparing is not mandatory but is allowed when the student is ready.
2. Ground Days (plan on sweating)
3. Throw days (plan on studying)
4. Educational days (Plan on recovering)
Areas of interest that Fusion Martial Training covers:
Harmonious way of Living
Chi (internal control and power)
Explosive Full Body Movement
Deep Power Movement
Yoga quality Flexibility
Full Joint Movement
Powerful and Dynamic Kicking Skills
Youth Black Belt Clubs
Youth & Adult Demo Teams!