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CHO'S MARTIAL ARTS

At Cho’s, your experience should be more than just a workout. It’s about excelling not only physically, but mentally and spiritually as well. We expect you will come to work hard, have fun and make great friends. Enjoy your time with us!


Thank you for choosing Cho’s Martial Arts as your martial arts experience. As a leader in martial arts excellence, we strive to help each student excel at their own pace. If you have any questions, please look to your school’s instructor or the black belt students for assistance. No question is too small or unimportant. Karate classes Cho's martial arts taekwondo lesson

Cho's Martial Arts Teakwondo Lesson

• Grandmaster Won Cho

• Grandmaster Ung Cho

• Master Corey McClure

• Master Ed Kahle

• Master Kaylyn Cho

• Master Steve Moreno

2015 Cho's Certified Branch Masters    Karate Classes Cho's Martial Arts Teakwondo lesson

Great grandmaster Cho has personally trained selected masters who take on his philosophy of teaching, including his two sons, Won and Ung. As of 2015, one requirement of becoming a Cho's branch head Master must have a humble and caring personality, over 20 years teaching experience, and a Championship title.

Great Grandmaster Chom Son Cho comes from a long tradition of martial arts excellence. He began the study of martial arts early in life with his father and uncle, who were high ranking Judo and Kendo practitioners.


In 1950, at the age of 15, he won 15 straight matches in the National black belt Tournament in Seoul, leading to Grand Champion. In 1963 he participated in the National Games in Tokyo Japan and won 19 matches. He then defeated the Japanese Champion to become the Korean and Japanese National Champion, defending the title of Heavyweight Champion for 9 years. When he retired from competition in 1972, he was undefeated in over 250 matches.


Great grandmaster began to train the top police forces and the United States Army based in Korea. He then was invited to train the United States Army Special Forces (Green Berets) in Cambridge, England. That same year, he was promoted to International Grand Master Instructor by the WTF (World Taekwondo Federation). He is largely responsible for the popularity of the style of Jidokwon, which 90-95% of all world champions practice. Grandmaster created many new techniques, but he is well known for his “spin kick”.


In 1973, he came to the United States and opened his school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Throughout his career he has created over 4,000 black belts, 500 champions at State, National and Junior Olympic levels and over 50 Master Instructors in the United States.


 Great grandmaster Cho

* 9TH DEGREE BLACK BELT

* UNDEFEATED KOREAN & JAPANESE

   CHAMPION IN OVER 250 MATCHES

* CREATED OVER 500 CHAMPIONS &

   50 MASTER INSTRUCTORS

* INTERNATIONAL MASTER INSTRUCTOR

* MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES OLYMPIC

   COMMITTEE.


Pictures of 1963 to 1972 International Champion.(Great Grand Master Cho, far right of group)1973 World Certified Master.1985 Certified Olympic Grand Master