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Jack Marchewka said:   November 22, 2010 7:49 am PST
They say when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. If you are anywhere near Diver,TN, then two of the best teachers have appeared. I have had the privilege of knowing and training under grandmaster Torok and am a 2nd degree blackbelt. But my journey has been more than a belt. It has been about self discovery and the kajukenbo ohana (Hawaiian for family).

George Harding said:   November 10, 2010 10:32 am PST
I started training under Grand Master Torok nine years ago. When I saw what the more advanced students were doing I thought I was way out of my element as I was in my mid-forties and not very coordinated or flexible. Grand Master convinced me to stick it out and give myself a chance. I am now a second degree Blackbelt and own my own school. The benefits I have gained thru training with him are too many to list but the major ones are: physical fitness, mental awareness, self- confidence and the ability to set and achive goal both in martial arts and my everyday life. Grand Master Torok's Vast knowledge of many martial arts has given me the ability to visit and train with some nationally known martial artists from other styles and be able to fit in comfortably in any situation or technique. I plan to continue training with Grand Master and Sigung Shelly Torok every chance I get. The Dover area has gained a Great martial artist and teacher and I hope the people there will take advantage of the opportunity they now have. Sibak George Harding: Harding's Family Martial Arts, DeKalb, IL.

Dana Hienbuecher said:   November 6, 2010 7:26 pm PST
I began training with Grandmaster Torok in the year 2002, earning my first degree black belt in the year 2006. Grandmaster Torok has much to offer a person, with not only having great skills in the martial arts, but also advice that all in all has shaped me into a more confident person in all aspects of my life. I wish him success with the starting of his new school, and I hope that the community takes advantage of this great learning opportunity! Dana Hienbuecher, IL

shannon marbutt said:   November 6, 2010 12:07 pm PST
I began my training with GRAND Master Torok when I was in seventh grade. Back in the early 80's there were not many martial arts schools and programs around like today.I am fotunate to have studied under him. I credit Grand Master Torok for my skill and knowlegde. He is a great instructor and mentor.

Alan Damon said:   November 6, 2010 8:53 am PST
I began my martial art's training in TAE KWON DO, in my 20s'. After a 20 year break, I started training again with GM Torok; I am now a 4th degree black belt in Kajukenbo & involved with teaching the art. He is an amazing teacher & man. He is opened minded to other styles & has a detailed understanding of the physical moves necessary to make a technique work. He would be a great teacher for all ages & body types. Alan Damon, Dekalb, IL

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