The Legends of Carolina Martial Arts is a non-political organization created to honor, each year, a small group of Blackbelts (from the 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, and 1990’s) who have impacted Martial Arts through the Carolinas in a positive manner!
Episode with Tony Young, going through his career from the beginning to today. How he went from small Karate tournaments to sponosrships to fighting on the world stage.
Tony Young began karate at the age of 12 and earned his Black Belt 4 years later. Tony Young is now a 7th degree Black Belt in the Goju Ryu style of karate. Tony Young was named the National Super Light Weight Karate Champion for 19 consecutive years. Tony Young has won over 1000 championship awards and prizes throughout his career. In 1997, Tony Young retired from international and national competition to focus on community affairs, business and tournament promotions. In 1985 Tony Young opened the Tony Young All-Star Karate Academy to teach and make a difference in the community. Mr. Young’s overall goal is to make individuals aware of the need to develop his/her minds and bodies. Mr. Young works with Public and Private Schools in the Atlanta area. Mr. Young has also developed working relations with Billy Blanks, who is the creator and owner of Tae-Bo Aerobics. Mr. Young is certified by Billy Blanks to teach Tae-Bo Aerobics to children and adults.
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