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Anthony has been training in the Bujinkan for over two decades, starting with an introduction to the art in 2001 as a student at Purdue University. Professionally, his career experience spans two decades across organizations in positions of leadership building and managing teams, developing and nurturing client relationships, mentoring the growth of employees and colleagues, instrumentally influencing the expansion of such organizations, and even law enforcement. 


Armed with two decades of experience in what is ultimately service to the management of human connections, he decided to take what he had already been doing for years, nurturing the growth of individuals...the community, and decided to detach from his professional career committing to the establishment of Catch Life. 


The basis of our programs are founded on Budo (martial ways) philosophies and teachings as shared by Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, Soke of the Bujinkan, an international martial art organization based in Japan. The Bujinkan is a koryu art, “of the old ways”, traditional and unfiltered in its combative and philosophical approach dating back more than 1000 years.  Training in Bujinkan contradicts much of what most believe martial arts and life to be about, and therein lies the journey to the development of oneself. It is a not a competitive sport martial art as the focus is on controlling and competing against oneself versus controlling and competing against another person. Techniques are based on natural flow, movement, timing, and distance...all elements of the natural world we generally always have access to.   ​ ​

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