"If you do for something consistently for 30 years you are going to make some interesting distinctions."
Korbett Miller has been an enthusiastic student of the martial arts since he was twelve years old. A Black Sash since 1986, in 1993 he was awarded the title Sibok in the art of Wing Chun Do Gung Fu, an early version of Jeet Kune Do (Bruce Lee's Fighting Style). Korbett literally lived in the back of James DeMile's school for three years and traveled domestically and abroad, teaching martial arts. Check out this link about Korbett in the Kirkland Reporter.
Kirkland Reporter Article Nov 2012
- Senior Instructor Title Awarded, Sibok, in 1993 in Wing Chun Do Gung Fu
- 2012 First Black Belt Professor in Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu in the state of Washington awarded by Xande Ribeiro to Korbett Miller
- 2012 Brown Belt Senior II Medium Heavyweight Brazilian Jiu Jitsu World Champion
- 2012 Bronze Medal in Pan Am BJJ Championship Brown Belt Senior II Middleweight
- 2011 RIbeiro Jiu Jitsu Affiliate
- 2011 American National BJJ Open Weight Brown Belt Senior I Silver Medalist
- 2011 American National BJJ Medium Heavyweight Brown Belt Senior I Bronze Medalist
- 2009 Brown Belt in Machado Jiu-Jitsu under No-Gi World Champion and Abhu Dhabi Regional and Open Weight Class Champion Brian Johnson of NWJJA
- 2009 U.S. Open Senior Middle Weight Purple Belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Gold Medalist
- 2009 American Cup Senior Middle Weight Purple Belt Brazilain Jiu-Jitsu Gold Medalist
- Certified Bodyweight Trainer under Steve Maxwell
- B.A. Liberal Arts Sienna Heights College
- Voted one of the Top 50 Schools in the Nation by Member Sollutions
Korbett also believes that the best instructors are really "curious" students who can share this "curiosity" to others in an articulate and elloquent manner.
See Korbett's semi-final match from the 2009 U.S. Open below......