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D.S. Ping

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Sports Agency

244 5th Avenue Suite R260

New York City, New York,10001

United States

Company Description

360 Sports, Inc. is a public company that engages in sports related startups, mergers and acquisitions in order to carry out or mission. These relationships plus our core services and proprietary technology allow us to offer a vast array of products and servic...more

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About Dr. D.S. Ping

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About Dr. D.S. Ping
About Dr. D.S. Ping Sports Agency About Dr. D.S. Ping About Dr. D.S. Ping In 1969, Dr. Ping returned home to Michigan after serving a tour-of-duty in Vietnam to reunite with his wife and begin a family. He attended Eastern Michigan University (EMU) where he received his undergraduate degree and later his Master of Science in Physical Education. As an EMU instructor, Dr. Ping established and taught a series of self-defense classes in Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu. These classes generated enough student interest in the martial art to warrant opening the first dojo (place of martial art training) in 1973. As student membership grew, the dojo expanded its services to include physical conditioning and weight training classes, women's self-defense and police nightstick training. Dr.Ping's life was a flurry of activity with family, teaching, and numerous excursions to Japan to study Asian Medicine and Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu under the Grand Master, Honorable Soke Sugita. In 1983, Dr. Ping was certified by the National Football League Players Association as a contract advisor. This certification led to the establishment of Ping's Professional Sports Agency, Inc. (PPSA). Also during this time, Dr. Soke Sugita, the Grand Master of Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu, awarded Dr. Ping the rank of SHIHAN which includes a doctorate degree in Asian Medicine. Dr. Ping has represented many fine athletes since 1983. Some of them have gone on to become coaches. More information about the athletes may be found on the Sports Agency/Players page of this site. Ping's Professional Sports Agency, Inc. is one of the most unique and complete agencies in the Midwest. Not only does Dr. Ping represent players, he provides a complete training and conditioning center. Over the past 20 years, his training method has been so successful in helping professional athletes enjoy long, injury-free careers that today The Ping Method (overview available on DVD)of training is being sought after by NFL teams. It is here that Dr. Ping has succeeded in bringing two worlds together to create one of the most unique training opportunities in the United States. Dr. Ping has four grown children: Alicia, Jessica, David, and Mary Beth and two grandchildren.


Dr. Ping's Professional Sports Agency

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About Dr. D.S. Ping
Sports Agency The draft party held at the home of Saline resident Dr. D.S. Ping was a little more stressful than most. The three young athletes are more than clients to Ping. Since January, they've lived at Ping's Golfview Drive residence, using local facilities, such as the Saline Rec Center and Saline High School to reach top physical condition for the challenges ahead. Late Saturday afternoon, as the draft entered the late rounds, family and friends of Ping and his clients gathered for the NFL draft party. As the athletes and friends dined on party food around the television in the living room, Ping was alone in a home office with the door closed. Surprisingly, there was no computer on his desk or television on his wall. He received his draft updates from those who came into his room. "I like it quiet. It's going to get crazy and I need to be able to think," said Ping, who has been in the sports agent business since 1983. Ping's Foray in to the Sports Agent Business Ping never planned on this career. The son of a general in the Chinese army, Ping emigrated from China to Thailand when he was nine to escape the communist government. A short time later, he came to the United States. After serving with the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, Ping settled in Ypsilanti, started a family and launched a martial arts studio and holistic practitioner business. While coaching a little league team in Ypsilanti, Ping invited a youngster named Rodney Holman to come out and play baseball. Ping told him to avoid Michigan and Ohio, where he'd get stuck blocking, and to try a school in the south. Ping became his agent and a new career was launched. Draft Board Filling Up Early in the fifth round Saturday, Ping received a text from the Detroit Lions, advising him that team had interest in his players once the draft is over. Still, Ping wanted his players to be ready, so he asked them to prioritize where they wanted to play. Ping reviewed Streater's response and then told him to add, "And I want $17,000." Baker and Ping, meanwhile, were zeroing in on the Minnesota Vikings, who liked what they saw of Baker during a visit. The Vikings had already told Ping that they'd sign Baker and offer a $10,000 signing bonus. Immediately following the draft, Ping sealed the deal with Viking officials and handed the phone off to a beaming Baker, who told the Minnesota general manager that he was ready to go. Ping, meanwhile, was negotiating a $10,000 bonus for Streater to sign with the Oakland Raiders. They know me and what I'm about," Streater told Ping. But Ping noted that the Giants were only offering a $1,000 signing bonus. As Ping negotiated with Tampa, Streater made it official and agreed to sign with the Raiders. Ping said he couldn't have been happier with the way his big weekend turned out. "(NFL Draft weekend) is everything. This is my Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's all rolled up into one," Ping said. Now, he admitted, the house will be a little empty when his players leave his home and go off to camp.


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About Dr. D.S. Ping
Sports Agency Dr. Ping, manager of Ping's Dojo, holds the rank of SHIHAN, the highest rank awarded in the world of martial arts as well as the highest rank attainable for the art of Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu. Dr.Ping has been operating martial arts dojo's, places of instruction, since 1973.


About Dr. D.S. Ping

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About Dr. D.S. Ping
About Dr. D.S. Ping Sports Agency About Dr. D.S. Ping About Dr. D.S. Ping For more information about Dr. Ping, read Dr. D.S. Ping is dedicated to the philosophy of striving for and maintaining the highest standards in helping each individual reach his maximum potential in two major areas: the world of professional sports and in the art of Jishukan-Ryu Jujitsu. Since 1983, Dr. Ping has been representing and training professional athletes. He has helped many athletes enjoy long careers in the National Football League. In Jujitsu, he holds the rank of SHIHAN, the highest rank awarded in the world of martial arts. Dr. Ping immigrated from China at age 9 after his family fled first to Bangkok, then to the Island of Taiwan to escape the Chinese Communist government. Dr. Ping's father, a military general, feared for his son's future, so he arranged for Master Ping to settle in the United States.


Dr. Ping's Professional Sports Agency

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About Dr. D.S. Ping
Sports Agency Your tour guide today is Dr. Ping, a man who has a college degree in "Asian treatment." He has a unique way of treating customers. We start with a traditional workout with free weights, then jump over for a two-hour session of martial arts. Then, he will school you in the ways of "hydraulic machines for muscular endurance. But for athletes who find a direct correlation between the size of their paychecks and the size of their triceps, Dr. Ping is your man. He is in the business of building athletes at his studio on the outskirts of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The place is called "Sunami" meaning tidal wave, presumably for what you can expect at one of his sessions. "Originally, the athletes called it the House of Ping," said Dr. Da-I Shudo Ping on Tuesday.


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