November 25, 2019– Lt. Colonel Justin Faiferlick (Master and Commander) is the inaugural head coach for the Iowa Central College Taekwondo program. Faiferlick led five Iowa Central students to state championships in the spring 2015 through Faiferlick Martial Arts before ICCC started their program.
Faiferlick talks with Marc Zirogiannis about his over 32 years of Martial Arts experience and his work for the Iowa Air National Guard. Justin is a 6th degree black belt in Taekwondo and holds a black belt rank in Sogo Ryu Bujutsu. He has competed at the highest level on competitions winning 6 state championships and 4 national titles and competed in international competitions for the USA. He is also the owner of Faiferlick Martial Arts in Fort Dodge, Iowa.Justin is a certified Level II coach and referee through USA Taekwondo and is a Team USA Project Coach. He is also the head coach for the U.S. Air Force. His coaching experience spans 30 years for a variety of sports including martial arts, football, wrestling, and golf. He is married to Deann Faiferlick and has two children, Kelsey and Michael.
Master Faiferlick is the current Vice-President of the National Collegiate TKD Association.
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