Kyoshi Adam Christopher Fox is a highly respected traditional karate teacher who has dedicated his life to martial arts. With a passion ignited in 1985 at the age of 15, Kyoshi Fox began his journey into the world of traditional karate, embarking on a path that would shape him into the teacher he is today.
In June of 1993, Kyoshi Fox achieved a significant milestone in his training by earning his Shodan Black Belt. Since then, he has tirelessly continued his training, accumulating over 38 years of experience, honing his skills and deepening his understanding of traditional karate.
Throughout his martial arts career, Kyoshi Fox has been part of the United States National Karate Association (USNKA) for over 30 years. His dedication to the association and his contributions to the karate community have earned him the esteemed position of General Secretary, reflecting his commitment to promoting and preserving the art of traditional karate.
In recognition of his exemplary skills and dedication, Kyoshi Fox was promoted to the prestigious rank of 7th Dan in June of 2021 by his Mentor and Founder of the USNKA, Hanshi Jim Mather. This promotion, a testament to his hard work and unwavering commitment, was a significant milestone in his martial arts journey. Additionally, Mather Hanshi bestowed upon him the distinguished title of Kyoshi. This title represents Kyoshi Fox’s deep understanding of the more philosophical aspects of traditional karate and acknowledges his ability to impart this knowledge to his students.
Kyoshi Fox’s teaching style is focused on bringing out the best in his students, both physically and mentally. He specializes in teaching attitudes and guiding students to explore the more profound philosophical side of martial arts. With a strong belief that traditional karate offers valuable lessons beyond physical techniques, he helps his students gain a better understanding of the martial arts and themselves as a whole.
With his extensive knowledge, experience, and passion for traditional karate, Kyoshi Fox continues to make a profound impact on his students and the martial arts community. His dedication to preserving the art form and instilling the true essence of traditional karate in his students is a testament to his lifelong commitment to martial arts excellence.