began his martial arts training in 1979. He was an enthusiastic ten
year old who studied in Wayne County, WV. Throughout the years, Mr.
Frasher has studied various martial arts including: Jujitsu, Aikido,
and Philippino systems.
Today he is a 6th degree Chuck Norris System™ (CNS) black belt, UFAF Region 11 Chairman, Certified
Professional Martial Artist, and member a of the
United Fighting Arts Federation™.
The Chuck Norris System™ (formerly known as Chun Kuk Do™) is the style founded by Mr. Chuck Norris. In 2008, Mr.
Frasher was chosen Instructor of the Year by the United Fighting
Arts Federation. Since 2005, Mr. Frasher has represented Team CNS/CKD on
the National Black Belt League (NBL). In 2006, Van won the NBL
Sparring World Champion. He is a seven-time CNS World Champion and
is a two-time Norris Cup winner. In 2015, Mr. Frasher was appointed to the UFAF Master Development Series (MDS) Staff as a level 501 instructor.
In 1993, Mr. Frasher moved to the Columbus, Ohio area after earning
his M.S. in Criminal Justice. He currently lives in Gahanna, OH with
his wife, Kim, and their children, Kassie and Cole. Van works with
at-risk teens who have neglect, dependent, and delinquent concerns.
He is a Child Welfare Case Manager for Franklin County Children