"Martial Arts is A Way Of Life"

By 16, Koyamada began to study Keishinkan Karate in Okayama, Japan, where he was awarded his first degree black belt.

After relocating to the United States in 2000, Koyamada began training in Northern Shaolin Kung Fu with the Harmonious Fist Chinese Athletic Association. Koyamada specialized in the empty hand form Bot Bo (拔步) and a double broadsword among other 18 Chinese classical weapons in Northern Shaolin. Koyamada competed in six U.S National Martial Arts Competitions in Northern Shaolin over five months and won first place in all but one.

In 2005, Koyamada earned san-dan (third degree) black belt in traditional Keishinkan Karate in Japan.

In 2005, Koyamada began training in Tae Kwon Do for which he earned the second degree black belt.

In 2007, Koyamada began Korean Royal Court Martial Arts and was certified as a first degree black belt in 2008.

Koyamada was featured on a cover of Black Belt Magazine in 2004.

In 2009, he was invited to an annual Martial Arts Tour of Italy.

In 2010, he founded the charity event “United States Martial Arts Festival", with funds raised going to a scholarship program to help youth train in private martial arts schools.