Sensei Ed Carol (Godan)
Ed started Judo in 1967. He studied under Y.Vincent Tamura at the Tamura Judo Institute. Tamura Sensei encouraged his older students to teach the newer ones so Ed got an early start at the feel of teaching Judo and JiuJitsu. He has fought in National and International Judo tournaments and is a local level referee and a class d Judo coach. Ed's Judo rank is that of Godan (5th dan). He is ranked Shodan in Heike-ryu JiuJutsu and as Sandan in JiuJitsu by the USJJF. Ed has been teaching in his own club of Ichi Ni San Judo and JiuJitsu since 1993. He is a life member of the USJA, USJJF, USAJ, and the USJF. Ed's primary occupation is that of a Judo instructor after retiring from the Dallas Police Department with 31 years of service.
Sensai Jim Brown (Godan)
Jim started his study of Judo in 1969 with Y.Vincent Tamura Sensei with private lessons due to his night shift work on the police force. Jim has fought in many local, National, and International Judo tournaments as well as teaching and training many National and International competitors. He has three daughters who have all been National Judo Champions. Jim was promoted to Shodan ( 5th dan) in Judo. Jim is a life member of the USJF.
Instructor Mike Parker (Nidan)
Mike started Judo in 1993 at age 54 and has competed in many tournaments at the Master's level. Mike was promoted to Nidan (2nd dan) in 2011 and is working on his referee's license. Mike is a life member of the USJA.
Instructor Glen Long (Shodan)
Glen began training with Ed at Ichi Ni San Judo in 2000. He was promoted to Shodan in 2008 and is also ranked in a form of Japanese Karate. Glen is a firearms instructor and an expert pistol and rifle shot.
Instructor Jason Carol (Shodan)
Jason started Judo in 1970 when he was six years old at the Tamura Judo Institute. He studied Judo there until he was 18 and entered the U.S. Navy. Jason returned to Judo in 1993 and was awarded his black belt or Shodan rank in 2008. Jason has many years of experience and is a life member of the USJA.