ImageFor more information about Dr. Ping, read pdf "The Legend of a Long-Shot Marine" 2.62 Mb published in Leatherneck Magazine, March, 2013.

Dr. D.S. Ping is dedicated to the philosophy of striving for and maintaining the highest standards in helping each individual reach his maximum potential in two major areas: the world of professional sports and in the art of Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu. Since 1983, Dr. Ping has been representing and training professional athletes. He has helped many athletes enjoy long careers in the National Football League. In Jujitsu, he holds the rank of SHIHAN, the highest rank awarded in the world of martial arts.

Dr. Ping immigrated from China at age 9 after his family fled first to Bangkok, then to the Island of Taiwan to escape the Chinese Communist government. Dr. Ping's father, a military general, feared for his son's future, so he arranged for Master Ping to settle in the United States. Young Ping worked hard learning the English language and soon excelled in academics as well as sports, earning high school letters and notoriety in track, wrestling and football.

ImageUpon high school graduation, Dr. Ping enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. At the beginning of his military career, he was stationed in Yokosuka, Japan. It was there he met his future wife, an American exchange student. At that time he was also introduced to the world of martial arts. Dr. Ping's martial art training contributed to his military career. He was soon awarded the rank of Staff Sergeant and held positions such as Military Police Trainer and Indoctrination NCO for U.S. Fleet Activity (Yokosuka, Japan), Instructor of Hand-to-Hand Combat and Brig Warden.