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Mr. Jeremy Roadruck is transformational authority and coach for families and children, a speaker, and a veteran martial artist, holding a Master Degree (5th Degree Black Belt/Sash) with over 17 years of martial arts experience. He’s also an accomplished competitor – nationally and internationally, winning 1st place at the Pan–American Games and is an educator with a deep commitment and passion for developing the next generation of leaders in our communities, in our country, and in our world. Mr. Roadruck’s deep commitment to bringing the highest quality character growth and personal development education and training to his students, instructors, staff, and families is a true inspiration and powerful resource for his local community. His programs aren’t just about “kicking and punching” – they are also focused on imparting a powerful character development experience PROVEN to develop the self–confidence, self–esteem, focus, goal-setting skills, sense of self–worth, self–defense., personal protection, and leadership skills in children and families. Mr. Roadruck is also the developer of several programs custom–tailored for specific results, such as the Falling Safely workshop – designed to teach people of all ages how to fall safely after his own mother, Barbara, fell and hit her head, ending up in the ICU unconscious for 3 weeks. These workshops were featured on Channel 2 News here in Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Roadruck is a published author, with his first book, The Kung Fu Kitties: The Adventure Begins, mixing the real–life rescue of a stray cat off the street with the life lessons offered through the martial arts, written in 2008. His second book is Your Best Child Ever: Is This Game Worth Winning? which reached #1 in less than 8 hours on Amazon.com, making it his first best seller. Mr. Jeremy Roadruck 5th Degree Black Belt Head Instructor at Meng’s Martial Arts of Centerville & Mile High Karate in Centerville, Ohio Speaker, Teacher, Author, Catalyst Transformational Expert and Coach for Families and Children
As a mother of 2 and teacher of 22, I found the strategies in Jeremy's book helpful in both camps! The kiddos in my life really relate to the no-nonsense and creative ways to get... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Charles Deuser
The first thing you notice when you start reading this book is that it was written with a lot of love, for the topic and the reader. Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Fantastic book that helps all coaches/parents/grandparents. Jam-packed with insightful information. Read morePublished on May 12, 2013 by JJ
I have known and have been training with Sifu Jeremy for two years, and have seen him apply material in this book in action. Read morePublished on April 23, 2013 by Kira Schofield
Sifu Rozdruck has a fun and unique approach to the age old problem, "How to communicate effectively with your chid. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Jeremy hits on the details and tips that parents need to create respectful, happy, loving children. His story line is engaging and flowing... Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by Kimberly Mitchell / Loving with Purpose
Using his unique style of teaching and humor, Master Roadruck shares knowledge acquired through personal life experience and his work with a multitude of families. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Eileen
I just finished Sifu Jeremy's book and it was frawesome! Our family has been attending his classes for a couple of months now and I've already started implementing a few of the... Read morePublished on October 8, 2012 by Zoe
I wish I had this book when my 16 year old son was born. I am so impressed by the insights and down-to-earth advice from a guy that has spent his entire career helping kids and... Read morePublished on October 8, 2012 by CatlinV