Martial arts is a good self-defense technique and a useful exercise as well. It helps the development of spiritual as well as physical fitness. Learning martial arts is not an easy task. It requires hard training from skilled and experienced professionals. Jose Luis Acanda is counted as one of the prominent, reputed martial arts trainers. He has in depth knowledge about the moves and techniques associated with this, working with the dedication to providing excellent training to his students.
In 2004, Jose Luis Acanda shifted to the United States of America, and then completed his degrees from George Mason University and the Thunderbird School of Global Management. From May 2004 till September 2006, he worked as an instructor at US Tae Kwon Do College in Tysons Corner, VA. He has also been a managed car loaner at Ourisman Toyota in Chantilly, VA from March 2004 till May 2007. After that, he joined Mountain Kim and worked there as a Tae Kwon Do Instructor. In the September of 2013, he joined as an Assistant Manager at Armani Exchange. He remained there for 6 months, and during this time, he built relationships with a wide variety of customers and retail buyers.
Born on January 14, 1980, Master Jose belongs to Cuba. He is four time national champion in martial arts. His principal trainer Joaquin Palacios are his mentor who taught him to help the poor and always do the things in the right way. He is a recipient of the top seller award for two years in a row. He has also been the national champion for four times. He has earned a good reputation and maintained highly empathetic client relationships.
Besides this, Jose Luis Acanda is also an enthusiastic customer service/telesales representative with good knowledge of sales, account management and training. According to him, it is easy to do business in the United States. Anyone can succeed with hard work and confidence. He has one brother and two sisters. His hobbies are biking, running, dancing, and playing paintball. He is also a benevolent person. He and his ex-wife Elyse Acanda raised 20k for the children in India.