Sensei Travis Seay has been doing martial arts since the age of 7 years old and is still practice today! Starting in Chang Hun Taekwondo and earning his 3rd degree black belt, Sensei Travis has ventured out of the Dojang to gain experience in various martial arts styles. Aside from Taekwondo, some of the other styles he teaches are: Boxing, Ninjitsu, Krav Maga and Roshin Ryu Okinawan Karate in which he currently holds the title of “Shodan” (1st degree black belt). Sensei Travis's goal at Pro-Am Martial Arts Academy is to help students of all ages understand the meaning of self-defense and what it means to be a true martial artist. Sensei Travis has 15 years of experience teaching martial arts and since it has helped him in so many ways. Travis wants to pass along all that he has learned to others in the hopes that it will benefit their lives just as much as it has impacted his own. Teaching is not just something that Sensei Travis enjoys, it is a passion that he will always have and will always be striving to better his instructing technique. Sensei Travis looks forward to meeting you and will see you all in class!
Sensei Donald J. Fulton
Donald J. Fulton is currently a 2nd Degree Black Belt, in the art of Shorin-Ryu. An accomplished and active black belt karate instructor and competitor, Sensei “D.J.” has more than 13 years of Martial Arts training, and over 5 years of practical teaching experience. Additionally, D.J. has successfully competed and placed in national and world tournaments since he first began his study as a novice ten-year-old. He has a profound love of teaching and he takes immense pride in being both a positive role model, as well as a calming influence in the lives of the children around him, students or otherwise. When he isn’t in the Dojo, you can find D.J. playing and mentoring his young niece and nephew, who will no-doubt grow to take him down one day. Along with his dog, Koko, he currently resides in the Hemet area of California.
Sensei JJ Stanley
Starting Okinawan Shorin-Ryu at the age of 4 at United States Karate Organization, Sensei JJ is now a 2nd degree black belt in the art. He has also studied the arts of Muay Thai boxing and the Brazilian martial-dance art of Capoeira. His inspiration for starting martial arts was the well known movie star and martial artist Jackie Chan. When he is not practicing martial arts, Sensei JJ dances, plays video games, and goes to the gym. Sensei JJ would like to give a special shoutout to his family, his girlfriend Alyssa Peoples, his first Sensei Scott Spark, Studio 31 Dance Center, and Chaparral High School's advanced dance team AGI*DIVA$.
Sensei Adolfo L. Fritz
Adolfo L. Fritz, started Karate in 1967 earning his 1st degree black belt in 1974 and 2nd degree black belt in 1976. Shito-ryu karate was his starting point and studied under the famed Fumio Demura. Adolfo has a passion for teaching children the art of karate. He gets a tremendous amount of joy knowing that he can give some knowledge and respect for the art.