Brozer Has Won 30 International Medals for the U.S.A.
There are many outstanding athletes in this country playing football, baseball, basketball, hockey and golf. However, none of them have reached the pinnacle of success that Adam Brozer has in his specialty.
Besides being ranked nationally in Judo and holding a Black Belt under his Olympic coaches Aaron and R.J. Cohen, Brozer is a member of the United States National Karate and United States Judo Team - the only martial artist to have this distinction in our country.
Fonseca Martial Arts is proud to announce it has hired Adam Brozer, one of the most decorated American karate athletes in the history of the sport to teach karate classes to children and adults at the Evanston and Wilmette dojos (schools). Brozer, who has won more than 30 international medals for the United States, is also the head instructor of the karate program at the North Suburban YMCA in Northbrook.
"We are extremely excited that Sensei Adam, who has a Fourth degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate, has agreed to teach at our dojos," says John Fonseca, co-owner of the dojos along with his wife, Elisa Au Fonseca. Both John and Elisa Fonseca are international medal winners as well, making Brozer a wonderful addition to their staff. In addition to the Evanston and Wilmette dogos, there are satellite locations throughout Chicago and the North Shore.
Adam Brozer is a ten time National Karate Champion and has won gold, silver and bronze medals at the Maccabiah Games. In addition, he has won more than 30 medals internationally for the United States.
"In addition to his many accolades in karate, Sensei Adam is not only an elite athlete-but an incredible teacher-who inspires students of all abilities. He is quite willing to share his experience and knowledge to help our students attain their goals," adds John Fonseca.
A Glenview resident Brozer says: "I have been extremely fortunate to win international medals over the past 20 years. I look forward to using my knowledge and experience to help my students reach their full potential."
Adam Brozer will be at the Fonseca Cup this October. He will be competing in the men’s elite kumite (sparring) division on Saturday, October 19th. This is the third year that the Fonseca Cup has sponsored this international event, which is awarding $10,000 in cash prizes to the winners of various divisions.
If you want to see karate champions compete, attend the Fonseca Cup on Saturday, October 19th and Sunday, October 20th. The Fonseca Cup 2013, is being held in the Beardsley Gym at Evanston Township High School (1600 Dodge Ave) in Evanston, Illinois.
Spectator admission is $5 for those 13-years and older. Children are free. For more information, call 847-866-0200, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit their website at www.FonsecaCup.com