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Sempai Chris Fischer Sr. Biography

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Sempai William. "Chris" Fischer began training in the martial arts in 1978 in his home town of Seekonk Mass. under Master Richard Carvarlo (Tae Kwan Do,ITF) and earned a brown belt. After a break of a few years, he studied an unknown form of Kempo during high school under his shop teacher. After a long break from the arts, Chris was drawn back in by his need to find his center. During his successful 20 years of duty in the U.S. Air Force, he acquired a "plethora" of white belts from numerous schools due to moving and work commitments. During his military career, he was exposed to all kinds of arts such as various forms of  Tae Kwon Do, Ju Jitsu, karate, Jeet Kun
Do and kali. Some he earned a mid-level rank in, and others he left after a few months. In 1992 while stationed in Maryland he met who he considers to be his first teacher in the "Way", Kyoshi Roy Canter of Matsumura Shorin Ryu Seito. There he earned a 5th kyu, but was forced to move again. After drifting in and out of dojos and dojangs, he was stationed in Hawaii in 2001 and was introduced to Sensei Ortino. He earned his shodan in May 2004, and hopes to open a branch dojo in the Lake Butler area of Florida. He is fond of saying "Karate is not found in the hands or the feet, but in the shoes lined up by the door".
 

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