Nine time world kung fu champion, Tommy Bull, star of Karate Warrior 2 and Star of the Dragon, loves his EOS Genesis Platinum Water Ionizer.
Back in August of last year, Tommy called us to reorder filters and we stuck up a conversation about how ionized, alkaline water had benefited his health and training. Tommy expressed an interest in making EOS water ionizers accessible to his students so they, too, could enjoy the same benefits. Soon, we installed the EOS Genesis 9 water ionizer in Tommy’s Bullworx fitness studio so that his students can get water for their workouts and order the Genesis for themselves so they can have their own, premium, home water filtration and ionization system.
We used a 5 gallon water bottle and a pump to make the Genesis Platinum portable for Bullworx and easily accessible to his students. You, too, can install an EOS water ionizer to a 5 gallon water bottle using a 5 gallon water bottle pump. Just click the on switch and the pump will cycle water through the Genesis. No need to hook it up to a water line.
If you would like to schedule an appointment to visit Bullworx and sample water from the EOS Genesis Platinum, please call Bullworx at 909-633-3051
From World Black Belt.com:
“Tommy Bull studied martial arts (15 different styles) for over 32 years, mastering a unique Kung-Fu style called “Wa-Lu”. Tommy is one of two known Masters of this particular style in the US and the only Master to hold nine World Champion titles in kick-boxing. In fact, Tommy is higher than a Master – he is a Professor of martial arts, the highest level of achievement in this field. In this capacity, Tommy has trained many instructors around the country to advance their knowledge of martial arts systems.
Wa-Lu comes from Thailand and translates to “the pulverizing art”. Wa-Lu is a Gorilla-like style, an Iron Palm system.
At the age of 17, Tommy took the Golden Glove boxing championship from a 23-year old Navy champion in a first round knock-out.
At 25, Tommy took the first World Title in kick-boxing, and then defended his title 9 times during his fighting career, in bouts that were broadcast on ESPN. He was the first kick-boxer to take titles in two different weight divisions (Welter-weight and Middle-weight divisions). No opponent has ever lasted more than 2 rounds with Tommy. During his professional fighting career Tommy beat over 60 fighters; he even “took” the Russian and Cuban fighting champions.
Tommy came out of retirement and accepted his last fight with Gil Fernandez, a 300 pound Mr. Olympia and a second-degree black-belt in Kempo. The fight lasted less than 20 seconds and Tommy TKO’d Fernandez in the first round. As a result of the publicity from the fight, Gil was arrested; he was a criminal wanted on five counts of murder and a Miami police officer. Shortly after the arrest, Fernandez beat up security guards and broke out of prison. Tommy played in an episode of Americas Most Wanted and Fernandez was apprehended again.
Tommy retired from professional fighting in 1994, but his career as a fighter provided the segue into action films (as an actor, director and fight choreographer) and bounty hunting.”