Braydan Tomizaki started training as soon as he could walk. As the son of Master Daniel Tomizaki, he was constantly surrounded by Kung Fu, which developed into a deep passion and lifestyle for it.
Braydan is a 4th degree black belt and full-contact fighter. He trains in Choy Lay Fut, 7-Star Praying Mantis, San Shou, Shaui Chaio, and Lion Dance. Braydan started assisting classes in 2011 and is currently a senior instructor.
Braydan has competed in over 30 tournaments where he has won:
– 10 Grand Champion Awards – 5 International, 4 National, and 1 State
– 1 OVERALL Grand Champion Award
– 74 – 1st Place in forms, weapons, and sparring
– 10 – 2nd Place
– 7 – 3rd Place
Braydan is passionate about kung fu and it reflects in his teaching. He leads by example and is a definite motivator! He hopes each student leaves their class feeling stronger, happier, and more accomplished than when they arrived. Braydan hopes to inspire students to not only become better martial artists, but also better people.
Braydan is also very involved in fitness and nutrition, having completed his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise science from Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo. He is also a certified personal trainer and CrossFit coach.