Welcome to the website of a Warrior whose journey from victim to survivor led him to be a man who shares strength, courage and indomitable spirit to all walks of life! Click here to read articles from Tae Kwon Do Times Magazine written by or featuring Chief Master Robert J. Ott. There are currently 18 articles in the library.
Robert's Podcast Interview by the Low Vision Bureau in Columbia
Listen to the new interview by Alvaro Gutierrez, founder of the Low Vision Bureau. The Low Vision Bureau is a project created by a group of low vision/visually impaired and sighted people from all walks of life to help integrate the low vision/visually impaired community with the sighted in the United States and all around the world. Visit their website at www.lowvisionbureau.com.
2014 Super Northwest International Korean Martial Arts Seminar
Robert J. Ott Jr.'s First Official Test
Robert J. Ott Jr., born on July 14, 2007 taking his first official test in Kidokwan-Hapkido. This test was done in front of 20 people with one of those being Grandmaster Geoff J. Booth. My son who came home to our house at 16 hours of age certainly has more confidence then I would have ever had at the age of four. I hope you all enjoy!
Letters of Appreciation and Support
Below is a list of letters of Appreciation, Recognition and Support from the most well known organizations and Grandmasters in the world. Read these outstanding letters of brotherhood and support!
Flowering Warrior Enterprises Announcements & Schedule of Events
New Tae Kwon Do Times Article Available!
Tae Kwon Do Times May 2013 article by Grandmaster Kenneth P. MacKenzie & Chief Master Robert J. Ott titled Vision Today for Vision Tomorrow: The story of a blind Martial Artist who brought vision to the eyes of a young warrior.
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Meet Great-Grandfather Ott
Every time I travel on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, I will think of James Ott of West Collingswood Heights whose father, Pierson M. Ott, was a structural steel worker and foreman of the work crew on the New Jersey side during its construction from 1922 to 1926.
Ott says his father was a daredevil! Read the rest of his story.