Tyler Scott has been training in the martial arts for over twenty years. Starting in Isshin Ryu Karate he has attained the master rank of 4th degree black belt. Teaching for over ten years, Tyler has instructed several different classes including children’s martial arts, elementary-high school physical education, after school programs, summer camps, women’s self-defense classes, and mixed martial arts coaching. Along with teaching, Tyler also competes in several forms of martial arts including kickboxing and mixed martial arts (MMA). Tyler has won a national karate championship and is a former USKO cruiserweight champion in Kickboxing. He currently holds the TFC middle weight championship.
Tyler is currently employed in law enforcement with the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department.
4th Degree Black Belt in Isshin Ryu Karate
USKO Cruiserweight Champion
AKA National Champion
TFC Middle Weight Champion
Certified Teacher in Illinois
Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology/Physical Education
Law Enforcement Officer with DeKalb County Sheriff's Department.
Adult programs are based upon the TENKAICHI-DO system. This translates to " The Path of the strongest under the Heavens" or more literally "Best on Earth". This system adapts to the modern world using techniques from various martial arts. The arts included are Karate, Muay Thai, Northern Shaolin Kung Fu,Jeet Kune Do, Apache Knife fighting,Combat Sambo,Krav Maga and more. TENKAICHI-DO is a two branch system-meaning that it teaches and exercises both martial arts techniques as well as physical attributes (strength,speed,agility,reflexes,etc.) as they are seen as equally important within this system. Where many traditional martial arts focus on forms and set movements, these programs will focus heavily on drills and interactive scenarios. Hero Combative and Tomorro's Heroes are based on the following 4 cycle systems: KICKBOXING,CLOSE QUARTER COMBAT (CQC),GRAPPLING and WEAPONS training.