Most adults these days are thinking about these things. Most Americans are a little overweight (some a lot). Ours lives are very busy, yet sedentary. We don't get enough exercise. We have too much stress (which is slowly killing us).

Yet, we always seem to find a reason not to make the time to do something that is important for our health and well being.

             "I have tried exercise plans, health clubs, gyms and even home workout

                    equipment. I stay with it for a few months and get bored!"

Most of us have good intentions. We know we need to exercise. Maybe lose a few pounds. Try to rid ourselves of stress. Get in shape. Look and feel better. BUT...

Somehow it seems everything we try gets old and boring pretty fast. The gym membership gets wasted. The video tapes you ordered are collecting dust somewhere. How about that exercise machine you bought that turned into an expensive clothes rack (before it ended up in a garage sale).

So what is the solution?

The adult program of the Aibudo Martial Arts System.

But why martial arts? Good question.

Why Martial Arts?

            I have been training in the martial arts for many years. It seems like yesterday when I

            started. Time seems to fly by.

               For any physical conditioning program to work (mentally and physically) you need to

            stay with it for extended periods. Problem is...

            Most things that adults do to stay trim, fit and feel good are just plain boring. Many of

            you have bought a one year health club membership and used it for two or three months

            and never went back. Or that exercise bike or treadmill that became a clothes rack after

            six months (or less!).

            Many send for exercise videos thinking that "well, since I don't have time to go to the

            gym, I'll just work out at home". Yea, right!! That one usually lasts less than a month.

            So why is martial arts different?

            The answer is simple. It's fun. Interesting. Easy to measure your progress and there is

            always something new to learn.

            Shihan Dennis L Wissler

                             Why is Aibudo Martial Arts Different?

            There are a lot of approaches to teaching martial arts. Some schools are very strict

            and traditional. You cannot talk in class. You never approach your instructor. Instead

            you must ask one of the assistants if you have a question. The head instructor is not

            only non approachable, but if you make a mistake, they have some pretty interesting

            ways of making you know it. None of which make you feel very good!

            Then there are the non traditional schools. Kind of like a playground for martial artists.

            Not much in the way of respect or tradition. They don't teach many of the traditional

            forms and drills that the ancient masters based their systems on. Some of them are

            more like boxing gyms without the ring. A total absence of tradition and decorum.

            We believe that the best learning situation is somewhere in between. We do believe in

            and follow a certain amount of the Far Eastern tradition. No, not in a religious sense

            at all. But we do bow as we enter the training area as a gesture of courtesy to each

            other. We value honor, courtesy and respect.

            I personally believe that the best learning atmosphere is a relaxed friendly one. I think

            that is why we have attracted such a nice following of adults in our program. Men and

            women who like to learn and train. Enjoy each others company and have ultimate

            respect for themselves, the instructors and each other.

Special Free Offer

            The fact that you are reading this tells me you are looking for something. Maybe it is

            to learn to defend yourself. Maybe to get in shape or lose weight. Maybe you want to

            increase your self discipline or self confidence. Perhaps you have always wanted to

            learn martial arts. Maybe you just want to participate in a fun activity with other fine


            You can do all of these things and more in Aibudo Martial Arts.

Aibudo Martial Arts

Even improve your

self discipline!

Are you:

Motivated to get in shape?

Looking to lose a few pounds?

Concerned about self defense?

Interested in better self discipline?

Stressed out?

Ready to learn eclectic and traditional "karate"?

Get In Shape, Increase Your

Confidence, Lose Weight, Learn

Self Defense & Have Fun!

            I would like to make it easy for you to try out our program. I know that once you start

            training at our school that you will want to continue for a long, long time.


            Let us assume any risk you may have by making this very special offer. We

            would like to offer you either:  (1) 2 Free, regular class, lessons or (2) 1 Private lesson,

            without any obligation whatsoever,  Available only through this free registration offer.

            Register for this special limited offer now and receive absolutely free!

Your Choice:

"2" Free Regular Class Lessons (6 Hours)


"1" Free Private Lesson (2 Hours)


            You will see and experience first hand the amazing benefits of our program.

            You will see improved self discipline, self-confidence and concentration in just a

            few short weeks. This is all part of our free offer!

And remember, it's free but only for our special registers.

There is no cost or future obligation whatsoever.

            If you have questions, e-mail

           Please specify that you are inquiring about the Special Martial Arts Training Offer.

            We urge you to act today. This special offer is limited.

            Right now is the best time to start changing your future!

This offer is in effect until further notice.

Call now to receive your: 




Current Certified Instructors

of the Aibudo Martial Arts System

Aibudo Martial Arts

Shihan Dennis L Wissler Soke

10th Dan

Cambridge City Martial Arts Academy

620 Shawnee Avenue (Dojo Location)

Cambridge City, Indiana

Master Steven Jordan Soke-Dai

7th Dan

Cambridge City, Indiana

Sensei Alan Campbell

3rd Dan

Greensfork, Indiana

Thank you for your time. Myself and our instructors look forward to meeting you.


Shihan Dennis L Wissler Soke

Senior Instructor and System Director

P.S.  If you are in Law-Enforcement, as a final note,

        inquire about our LEAS (Law-Enforcement Awareness program).

       You won't find anything in the area anything like it.

       Check our website for more information.

Every Student Is Special


Our Instructors are trained to give each student

attention so that you make steady progress and

continue to grow and improve.

We get to know your strengths, weaknesses and

motivation. With many years of combined experience, 

our instructional staff is focused and competent to meet

even the  most challenging situations.

            PS Remember, it's your life. Do something today that will give you greater self

            confidence and self esteem. Martial Arts training will help you develop and keep a

            positive mental attitude and give you the best chance in life for success. There is no

            better way to stay in shape, have fun, learn to defend yourself, lose weight and relieve

            stress. Register today to take advantage of our special free Internet offer.

With reference to

our website:

Something new and refreshing...I hope it will help motivate me to get me off my duff and actually seriously train.. Time will tell.. Thanks

Mathew Tarlecki

             We can give you example after example but the best way to know if our program is

             for you, is to try it out!

            Our emphasis on strategy's is what makes our system much different than most.  Don't just take my word for it, just listen to what actual experienced martial artist has to say about our website and system:

            "I came to your website with a substantial amount of skepticism. As a martial artist who (in addition to teaching) trains full contact in the ring 5 days a week, I am generally unimpressed with the level of discourse on most web sites. It seems people forgot what it really means to be able to fight or defend one's self. What I read in your site was wonderful. Especially great was the "strategy" section; all those points are so true (in my humble opinion) and have given my daily learning process an invaluable sharpness of direction. Although I have not had the time to learn exactly what style your school teaches, the education I received here has given me a greater respect for the study of martial arts as a whole; and it has certainly given me a great respect for your School. Thank you for making this information available, please let me know if I may return the courtesy in any way."


                              Michael H. Taradash                    

Sensei Chad:

             The website is great.  Never let the school go.

                                  Mark Gabbard


             Memories of past, but not forgotten. Outstanding

             webpage for an outstanding martial arts system. If there is

             ever another chance to train in your system, I will. To all

             those who are currently in, never loose sight of the bigger

             picture and keep your head up, eyes focused, and

             shoulders relaxed!

                                   Christopher Dickerson

             Very informative, I like it.

                                  Charles Krum


Hadn't read the  "Western Wayne" (website) for a few weeks so as I was looking it over again I was surprised  to see the Aibudo system's add. I enjoyed seeing this and all that was written to encourage people to get involved with a system of exercise.  I like the idea of 2 free lessons because this would give a person more time to really examine an excellent system.  I know when I started, I was scared to death, and I believe it was because of the unknown.  Also, it is good not to understand some things because a person can be overwhelmed with to much information.    I like the way the system builds a person's skill level  little by little.  You don't realize you are growing  and before you know it your performing a new technique.  I am amazed at the patience you all have with me, and I deeply appreciate you all for this.  You break every thing down to simple short steps which helps me so much, and if frustration sets in you all move to something else than come back to the technique with renewed vim and vigor.  I deep appreciate the Aibudo System and all the people active people in it. 

Sincerely, SARA

            Over the years I have seen many adult students benefit from our unique approach to

             teaching martial arts. These are a few:

Shihan as of 8 Nov, 2011 (69 years old)