October 5, 2020 (NYC)- Guest, Grandmaster Keith Vitali, talks with Taekwondo Life Magazine about his martial arts life and career. Keith Vitali is the legendary, Taekwondo trained, full contact fight champion, movie star, producer, teacher, and author. He became the Number-One Rated US National Tournament Champion for three-consecutive years. (1978-1980) and was named one of the 10 best All-time, full contact, and point fighter in the world by Black Belt Magazine.
He talks with 3rd Dan, Marc Zirogiannis, on the release of his new anti-bullying book, Victor Stops the School Bully. Master Vitali wrote this empowering book with the help of his grandson, Sam, as part of his commitment to using the martial arts to end bullying. His first book, Beginning Karate, sold over 30,000 copies and is used as a textbook at the University Of South Carolina. He also authored, “Karate Kicking,” “Winning Karate Techniques,” and “Tournament Fighting.”
His legendary film with Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung, Wheels on Meals, is often hailed as containing some of the best martial arts, action fight scenes in movie history.
Grandmaster Vitali is a true martial artist. In this episode he walks us through his martial arts journey, and shares a fascinating and comedic look at how his training in the martial arts brought him to the Golden Harvest film family, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and the covers of almost two (2) dozen martial arts magazines.
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