Allie and Duane interview David Nemeroff about some of the biggest obstacle he had to overcome to triple his schools gross annual income.
David Nemeroff started his martial arts training at the age of twelve in the art of Aikido. Now, with almost 30 years of martial arts experience and black belts in 10 different martial arts, he is able to share an incredible wealth of knowledge with you. This means you will get a more comprehensive understanding of the martial arts and he will help you truly customize your curriculum the way you want.
“When I started martial arts, I was the second shortest child in my grade, weighing only 127 lbs by the time I graduated high school. I was also extremely shy. Martial arts changed my life by making me stronger, more confident and able to deal with the stresses of life much more effectively. Starting martial arts was the best decision of my life” – David Nemeroff, Soke-Dai
Since Nemeroff, Soke-Dai is an Asian certified instructor, you know you are learning authentic martial arts from a qualified teacher. Plus, he is an active practitioner, not an arm-chair sensei. He trains constantly to improve his knowledge and skill, earning black belts in several martial arts including Mukei No-Ryu Aikido/Aiki-Jodo, Nihon Goshin Aikido, Fukasa-ryu Aikido, Aikijutsu, Jujutsu, Kempo, Iaijutsu and Kenjutsu (Samurai Sword Arts). He is certified in both Japan and the U.S and has earned credentials from Kokusai Budoin, Aikido Tenshinkai of Florida, Zen Kokusei Soke Budo/Bugei Renmei, Fukasa-ryu Bujutsukai, the National Qigong Association and the International Okinawan Martial Arts Union. Additionally, he was appointed to the Asian accredited title of Soke-dai (successor) to Fukasa-ryu Aikido, which was awarded by Fukasa-ryu Bujutsukai and the Zen Kokusei Soke Budo/Bugei Renmei.
You can find more info about David’s New Book @ http://mastersofthemartialarts.com/