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Grand Master Russell J. Perron 

 




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Senior Grand Master Russell J. Perron 10th, Degree Black Belt: The First African American to win the United States Championship, and was granted an invitation into the Hall of Fame for his well noted contributions to the martial arts.Senior Grand Master Russell J. Perron also was a certified member of the For Colorado/Kansas Moo Duk Kwan Society. in Nov 2008.


 
Grand Master Russell Perron was a skillful master Karate Instructor, who begins his training in the very early sixties; he believed in the principles of self-Horner, and matters of life or death situations, the right and wrong qualities of educational life training. He offered traditional, age appropriate learning of the basic styles of varied martial arts. Such as: Japanese form of open hands and bare knuckle hand fighting, (Tae-Kwon-Do) also, martial arts in Jujitsu, Judo, Kempo, defensive floor fighting techniques mixed MMA fighting, utilizing punching, strikes, kicking, jumping, positioning stance to execute strong and powerful techniques. To include: weapon disarmament and defense.


Professor Grand Master Russell Perron developed 54 additional kicks (Robot style) to be used for a wide range of martial art training in kumitie’s, kata’s, and sparing techniques that allow précised targeting to pressure points of the body. All techniques were thought to perfection and practiced numerous of times until it was perfected. In addition, students were required to demonstrate their knowledge abilities though testing and performing techniques according to their belt ranking system.


Grand Master Russell Perron and his students were well known throughout the State of Colorado, as well as other states when they completed in tournaments or demonstrations for their flamboyant flying through the air and aggressive fighting styles.


Professor Grand Master Russell J. Perron also thought at Community College of Denver, Community College of Aurora, Front Range Community College, were he developed over forty or more environmental classes for the classes he thought there. He thought classes at the Women’s College of Denver (currently known as Denver Arts University),located at Montview and Quebec street. The Denver Police Department and assisted in developing a safety and awareness hand booklet for self-defense to be used throughout varied communities. Such as: the Y.M.C.A, and Y.W.C.A.
His lifetime goals were to make a difference in at risk young men and women’s lives by teaching them not only martial arts, but confidence’ self-worth and to make a difference in someone else’s life as well as society.

        

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IFAA Black Belt Ranking System

June 13, 2013

This ranking systemhas been updated by Grand-Master Russell Perron, who organized IFAA in 1968. On Julu 13th, 2013 a meeting was held with Grand-Master Russell Perrond several other Blackbelts to increase or adjust all current Black Belts to higher ranking status over a 10 to 15 year period. In Attendance Malikia Tripp, Harold Chapman, Ervin Kamack, Emma Perron, Donald King and Terrence Ware.

The decision to adjust and give current black belts the language needed to be printed on updated certificates was discussed. It was decided by the attending black beltsthat Terrence Ware, who originally designed the first IFAA Certificate would re-design and update all other pertinent infomation with the approval of Grand-Master Russell Perron.

It was also decided that (3rd Degree black belts can only promote students tined under them to first (1st) and second (2nd) degree black belts; it would then require someone with higher ranking belt to promote any higher.

It was suggested that all new certificates begin with serialized numbers(#') from 001 and up.







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Darryl Russell
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Vance Russell
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Don Hubbard
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Donald Buford
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