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Martial Arts Radio is a bi-weekly show featuring interviews and comments on traditional martial arts topics. From the famous to the not-so, we speak to people from all over the world, in every martial arts discipline. Karate, taekwondo, kung fu, jujutsu, BJJ, HEMA, capoeira, FMA, tai chi, tkd, kungfu, kickboxing, arnis, escrima, tangsoodo,kempo, and everything else you can think of. Brought to you by whistlekick.
 
Welcome to the motivated martial arts podcast. Your hosts Jackson White and Gavin Cook have been friends and taekwondo training partners for nearly 40 years. This Podcast will bring you a mixture of their life stories, Martial arts and business experiences to motive you throughout your martial arts journey, adding in a mixture of inspiring interviews with some of the best traditional martial artists around today.
 
Everyday martial arts discuss and examines the everyday exercise, philosophy and lifestyle of the martial arts enthusiast. The host talks about his own training past and present and also interviews many martial artists to discover how they continue to live their own everyday martial arts journey. Tune in for top tips on how to get the best out of your martial art. Or perhaps you're thinking of starting a martial art, this podcast offers you an easy way to dip your toe in.
 
Martial arts are a powerful path to fitness of the mind, body, and spirit… yet most people never even try a class! Join Ando Mierzwa as he shares ways to apply the wisdom of Karate, Kung Fu, BJJ and other martial arts to everyday life. If you are pursuing success in health, relationships, or business, you will quickly discover how even a little martial arts makes life a whole lot better!
 
Gain deeper insights into the world of internal Chinese gongfu as Sifu Ken Gullette talks with prominent instructors about Taijiquan, Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, Qigong, and the philosophy that guides these amazing martial arts. This is a real-world conversation without the mystical mumbo jumbo -- a No Woo-Woo Zone. You will walk away with deeper knowledge and new inspiration after listening to this fun and insightful conversation.
 
The Martial Brain Podcast explores the intersection between the martial arts, scientific skepticism, critical thinking, and that wacky organ that floats between our ears. It is part of Jeff Westfall's effort to help lift the martial arts out of the quagmire of hundreds of years of magical thinking and misconception.
 
Finishers Podcast follows mixed martial artists Zach Maslany & JM Holland through their journey of owning an MMA Academy, actively competing in pro jiu-jitsu circuits and coaching fighters of all levels and ages. Interviews, fight stories, technique, travel, business & more. Recorded in studio in Bethlehem, PA - Produced by Ross Sharrer
 
Understanding the martial arts journey. Martial arts has a rich history of passing down knowledge through stories. We seek to enrich the martial artists journey through passing down the stories and oral traditions or the arts. We teach a very rare and nearly lost form of Kung Fu called Shou' Shu'. An eight animal system once only taught to a very select few. We seek to spread the knowledge of Shou' Shu' to many so that many can reap it's benefits.
 
The mission of Lakas Filipino Martial Arts is to educate, preserve and honor the martial arts from the Philippines as well as those fighting systems born from the Filipino American experience. This vision of this podcast is to capture and share the stories of teachers, instructors and mentors that have not only contributed their life and spirit to martial art, but have helped paint the portrait of who I am today, and what Lakas Filipino Martial Arts continues to develop to be.
 
Two people that do martial arts sit down and talk. Sometimes about martial arts, sometimes about something entirely different. Ever wondered why people wear pyjamas and fight each other? Mick's been doing it for 30 years and wants to know too. Subscribe and see if he can find the answer. Each episode he speaks to a different practitioner from masters of traditional arts to UFC superstars - and everything in-between.
 
Hiyaa!! was conceived as a podcast that would be both entertaining and informative for the martial arts community at large, no matter what style(s) you practice or what level you are at within your chosen style(s). Your hosts Craig Kiessling and Dave Jones have both been active in the martial arts world for quite some time – being students as well as teachers – so you know you’re in relevant (if not good) company. If you enjoy interviews with notable martial artists of various styles and bac ...
 
It's about how, why, and the history. How do you make a fist? How do you kick without hurting your hips? How do you punch harder than anyone else? It's about hacking the Martial Arts for the best possible outcome and carrying on the tradition of my instructor. Always improve. Always question. Always learn.
 
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In this episode, listen in as Jeremy demonstrates what are the things you can do in order to tighten your hotel room security. Hotel Room Security - Episode 663 Have you ever had a nasty experience when it comes to your hotel room security? If you want to be extra cautious when you check into your hotel room during a trip, you’re in for a couple of…
 
Phil Whitlock is a person who is very close to my heart, as well as being one of my students for many years, he's a man who has never been afraid to speak his mind. He's also never been afraid to put his martial arts skills to the test, he has talked the talked and also walked the walk too. Phil is coming to grips with a few recent changes to his l…
 
Your Two Truths of Karate gets pushed into the second half of the show. A little deviation from the main topic. The problems of vendors and the world we have right now. The pleasant and the can-do people of the world are facing a deep challenge and we need to take a step back and allow these folks some slack. A New Form of Measuring Time A 21-minut…
 
Welcome to a show about generating curriculum! That should be a sufficiently brief and misleading description of what you'll actually hear on this episode of The Saber Martial Arts Podcast. Fode and Alan are honored to intrude on your car stereos and earbuds to share this chat, and we hope you'll share it with every geek and martial artist you know…
 
Welcome to Episode #103 of the Fight for a Happy Life podcast, “Tools Not Rules.” Is there a difference between sticking to a routine and being stuck to one? YES, absolutely! If you’ve ever felt like a failure for skipping a workout or been stressed out for missing a class, this episode is for you… because you shouldn’t feel that way! When exactly …
 
Ken Gullette talks with Byron Jacobs, a teacher of Xingyiquan and Bagua Zhang who lives in Beijing. His teacher is Di Guoyong. This is a wide-ranging interview that touches on topics ranging from training in China to a book he is writing about the Xingyiquan classics, and they talk about training in Xingyiquan, including the "spirit" of Xingyi, how…
 
Today we are joined by Richard Bresler and if you don't know him, you still owe him resepect for all the hours of UFC and MMA you have watched, without this man the world of MMA in the United States would simply be very different. From a waterbed to the UFC in just about an hour, join us for the ride. Grab Richards book "Worth Defending" on Amazon …
 
On this week’s podcast the Motivated Martial artists – Jackson White & Gavin Cook talk to 2x WPMF Muay Thai World Champion and BJJ Purple belt, Rich Cadden. Rich is a seasoned Thai boxer with over a decade of experience in the Thai boxing world. He has held some prestigious titles, such as the ISAK British Champion belt at 62kgs, IKF European Champ…
 
Renshi Nikki Wulfe is a martial arts practitioner and instructor of Bajohbugei horse martial arts and she’s from South Africa. I’ve had very real attempts on my life and I’ve also learned what works and what doesn’t. Get armed and get trained. Self-defense should not stop in the dojos. Self-defense is a much bigger thing, it’s a defense of the self…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on another iteration of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #9 - Episode 661 Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions from you, the listeners, in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are the questions they tried to answer: What does it look like for an instructo…
 
David Liban is a Chair and Associate Professor of Film & Television at The University of Colorado Denver. Not only did he come back to martial arts after a very long break, he decided to put himself out there and make a very inspiring documentary about it. I hope you enjoy his story. David Liban – IMDb Watch Looking for Mr. Miyagi – Free Movies | T…
 
Making your karate like a kid is something to pursue. Not every attributive of being a kid but a specific item. While working with a student the other night the topic of rigidity raised its head once again. I inherited a brown belt from another school. She trains in the same style but a different expression, a different organization. We stopped in …
 
Phil Whitlock is a person who is very close to my heart, as well as being one of my students for many years, he's a man who has never been afraid to speak his mind. He's also never been afraid to put his martial arts skills to the test, he has talked the talked and also walked the walk too. Phil is coming to grips with a few recent changes to his l…
 
Mr. Brian Doucette is a Martial Arts Practitioner and host of the Everyday Martial Artist Podcast. You can also get a good student out of a bad instructor. Even a good instructor can put out a bad student sometimes, unfortunately. Because they train with the same person with the same thoughts and philosophy can be a complete polar opposite instruct…
 
In this episode, listen in as Jeremy and Andrew ponder on the Bucket of Crabs analogy in Martial Arts. Bucket of Crabs - Episode 659 Have you ever seen one of those buckets of crabs in a seafood market? You may notice that the sellers don’t need to put a lid on. Why? Because almost no crab ever gets out. How does this analogy apply to Martial Arts …
 
Jeremy is an IT Consultant started his martial arts training at aa very young age. In addition to being a lifelong martial artist he is also an author, podcaster and founded his own martial arts gear company. Please enjoy his story. Martial Arts Equipment | Karate Sparring Gear – whistlekick Martial Arts Podcasts – The One Stop Shop for the Best Ma…
 
Merit is superior and the Romans agree. Taking a walk down the road of history. History is often about perspective, the view used to examine the snapshot of time. The observing is often set with a predisposition of a desired outcome. Knowing that lets us dive into several historical examples of how merit is superior to credentials. The 80/20 rule o…
 
Pat Reeves is a BJJ instructor who teaches in the Swindon area of the UK. Like many martial arts instructors that I've talked with, he's a lovely person with a great attitude and a fantastic outlook on life. I've had the honour of being an instructor to Pat and his cool kind warm demeanour always impressed me. he's one of those guys that I've never…
 
Mr. Steven Matulewicz is a Martial Arts practitioner for 35 years in various disciplines. There are 2 distinct mindset sometimes when we’re dealing with Martial Arts and why people are training. For me, it’s always about defending myself or defending other people more than any other aspect of Martial Arts. Mr. Steven Matulewicz - Episode 658 Being …
 
In this episode, listen in as Jeremy and Andrew ponder on why Rank Systems Aren't Equivalent. Rank Systems Aren't Equivalent - Episode 657 Are you worried or annoyed by the rank of other martial artists? Is your rank inferior to the other guy’s rank from the other school? In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about how Rank Systems aren’t equival…
 
Casey Marks-Nash (Casey Marks) was the most dominant female competitors of the late 1990’s. Her instructor, Mike Bernardo, is one of the best Bo practitioners to ever compete. Even as an adult, Casey is considered to be one of the best all around competitors of all time. In the mid and late 1990’s, it was Casey’s “out of the box” thinking and relea…
 
Musashi has thoughts about your karate. Miyamoto Musashi dies in 1645 but he wrote some precepts (The Dokkodo) and a book, the Book of Five Rings, (Go Rin No Sho). Miyamoto Musashi I like you have come across copies of the Book of Five Rings. We have read it front to back and dipped into different chapters over the years. One book and one stanza ha…
 
Stuart Anslow has many strings to his bow. He's the editor of Totally Tae Kwon Do digital magazine, which is read worldwide. He's also a full-time martial arts teacher in the Rayners Lane area of London. He is also the author of many books on Tae Kwon Do. Please see links below to some of his books. I really enjoyed chatting with Stuart because he …
 
Sensei David Hogsette is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor at the Shorin Ryu Karate Academy. It just sort of dawned on me that I don’t know how to use my hand. And then there was the Ohio State Karate Club that had a class after the Taekwondo Club. So I watched that one. I really liked what they’re doing and I started training with them… S…
 
On this week’s podcast the Motivated Martial artists – Jackson White & Gavin Cook talk to martial arts expert Tod Wurr Born and raised in Norfolk, United Kingdom, Tod Wurr has over 30 years experience studying, training in and teaching Martial Arts. His desire to breakdown techniques to better understand power, self-defense and develop the ability …
 
In this episode, listen in as Jeremy and Andrew ponder on Is Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Ruining Traditional Martial Arts? Is MMA Ruining Traditional Martial Arts - Episode 655 What’s going to be talked about in this episode might ruffle some major feathers just by reading the title. Hold back on that because you are in for a very interesting talk abo…
 
A high energy and charismatic podcaster, speaker, Amazon #1 best selling author and international top-rated course creator with over 1000 students in 51 countries, Larry Roberts has been in coaching and facilitator roles for more than 25 years. Larry has also been around martial life most of his life. I hope you enjoy his story. Readily Random Medi…
 
Mr Mark McLaren is a senior black belt with P.U.M.A. martial arts. Over the years, he's explored many different martial arts and continues to live his passion with great enthusiasm. He generously shares his martial arts journey and vast knowledge with me. He outlines some of what he's learnt about the benefits of living a martial arts lifestyle. Wh…
 
The Treadmill of Karate Rank and the hedonic treadmill. The hedonic treadmill. (Here is a link to Psychology Today on the hedonic treadmill) Hedonism is a set of theories about pleasure and how it should be pursued in life. A treadmill is what we put hamsters on to keep them busy. Put these two things together in a mashup and you have the treadmill…
 
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