In regards to Mr. Malmo--off his website.
"World Head of Family Sokeship Council."
Also not sure that I would be so quick to point out that I have taught "3 year olds" in my classes......I suppose that one is never too young to start learning.....but still--3 years old?
Also was not aware that either Kun Tao or Pencak Silat used the Japanese kyu/dan ranking system--weird.
"Holds certification to teach 2 DOZEN SEPERATE (emp mine) martial arts styles."
24 SEPERATE MARTIAL ARTS SYSTEMS---and good enough to teach ALL of them.
Lets work the math a bit.
There are 24 hours in a day---8 of which you spend working, or at school, then you factor in sleep--lets say 6 hours, another 1 total either eating or having a lunch break etc.
So out of 24 hours you have what 9 hours at best to train in a given day-assuming that nothing else gets in the way/comes up and you train non-stop.
(from the there its pretty easy math on terms of years and decades)
So a given person has mastered--to the point of being able to teach--"two dozen seperate martial arts."
Add in that by traditioanl standards it might take 14 years or so to reach the rank of 4th degree in ONE system.
What would it take to learn "2 dozen SEPERATE" systems?
I don't know......something is not adding up here.