Miami Budokai Martial Arts

has helped me in every aspect of my life. It has instilled discipline, patience, endurance and most importantly I gained a new family. I have been exposed to martial arts since the age of 3 ½ and I am now 26, from that early fragile age I learnt the value of earning something. I’ve learned that instant gratification is an unrealistic aspect of life. For example, as you progress in martial arts, you acquire certain knowledge and learn the advance techniques as a result your promoted. However, it’s not a matter of just being physically present its putting in 100% of all your will and dedication in order to earn the next belt.

I learned patience by repetition of the same techniques, stances, blocks, kicks day in and day out. The patience I learned in martial arts has greatly benefitted me in my everyday life with family, classmates, coworkers, essentially everyone I encounter. Discipline is an integral aspect of martial arts. Because you need to self-motivate yourself to perfect every aspect of your craft. Physically, it has kept my body in shape my whole life, as a result I can easily participate in most sports and I won’t tire easily. Most importantly, I gained a new family. My Hashi is a second father to me, my Sempais and classmates are my brothers and sisters. We have all grown up together and shared many things but above all our love and dedication to martial arts.

Street Fighting & Self Defense is NOT MMA

The truth is, a street fight also has many different faces and takes on many different forms. One minute it can be a fis...

"First off, let me clarify that learning how to street fight is not the same as studying mixed..."


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Ground Fighting for Karate practitioners

Does Karate Grappling exsist? Many modernists state that “karate grappling” is a direct response to the MMA boom and aga...

"Ground Fighting in Karate? Posuere ornare vulputate sit erat ad et quam in. Nonummy dignissi..."


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7 Reasons why your child should know Karate

Whether your kid is too bossy, too shy, or perhaps just a little hyper, the martial arts can help your child learn many ...

"Reason #1: They (and You) Will Get More Active his is the obvious reason kids should do mart..."


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Miami Budokai Instructor Hanshi Luis Fernandez Fighting highlights from his competition days.

“I joined the Miami Budokai Martial Arts school in the Westchester area because I knew it would change my life...and it has!”

What Our Students Say

"Respect, Self Discipline  and strength of spirit must be cultivated, and should be immediately apparent. Under the direction of Hanshi Luis Fernand..."

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"Miami Budokai Martial Arts has helped me in every aspect of my life. It has instilled discipline, patience, endurance and most importantly I gained..."

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Katrine Vergel

"I have been a member of the Miami Budokai family for over a decade. I can confidently say that my experiences with them have been nothing short of..."

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