September 28, 2020 (NYC)- Taekwondo and Police Training is the subject of this week’s podcast episode. Master David Zabransky is a Taekwondo Master, Retired NYC Police Sergeant, and family man, including being the father of four Taekwondo students. He began his training in college, under the tutelage of Grandmaster Y.H. Park, as part of his preparation for a life in law enforcement. After 30 years he made his way up the ranks of the police department and the Taekwondo hierarchy.
He talks with Taekwondo Life Magazine’s, Marc Zirogiannis, about his life and career. He shares his thoughts on the changes in martial arts training, understanding Taekwondo goals, his life, and career. Master Zabransky is the winner of the prestigious 2016 Taekwondo Golden Award for philanthropy and contributions to the spread of Taekwondo. This is a truly thoughtful and insightful conversation.
Master Zabransky has also taught a series of practical self-defense seminars which created as a marriage between his years of Taekwondo Training in the Dojang and “real-world” experience as a police office.
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