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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.
 
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.
 
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!
 
Donald Trump taught us to build multiple streams of income before The Internet existed. When Karen which is 20% of the people you will come across says "do one thing" you know you have advantage on this Homo Sapien. This podcast is a creative outlet in essence of: Art + $¢iènce = |novation. Long form polymath ¢rèative p0d¢@$t. Topics may include, 💰, π, anthropology, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Team Work, Hard Work, Grit, and Discipline.
 
From the Shaw Bros movies that inspired the Wu Tang Clan to the chopsocky films played in New York theaters, these drunken bastards discuss the good and bad (and so bad it's good) of martial arts movies. Whether you're in it for chopping down baddies like Bruce, drinking with us like Jackie or mispronouncing words like Van Damme, we've got you covered. Support us on Patreon for exclusive episode content and to help us with our videos. https://www.patreon.com/fists_of_fail
 
It can be a lonely & confusing place running a martial art business. Especially when there are so many ways to get the same result. Rick Dubidat, also known as “The Business Growth Guru,” talks with real school owners, experts and entrepreneurs that have struggled in the past with their business each month and finds out how they made the changes to move the life and business forward. Each episode contains powerful information to help you grow your martial art business, getting you more membe ...
 
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.
 
A Martial Artist is that person that demonstrates their art in everything they do! For them, martial arts is not the Tuesday night activity but a lifestyle! Dive into our podcast to learn the strategies and tactics that help you support your journey in lifestyle development through the martial arts through attitude, basics, logic and fitness of the Art!
 
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.
 
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In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about Measuring Progress as a Martial Artist. Measuring Progress as a Martial Artist - Episode 769 Progress in martial arts training is often measured through testing to move up in ranks. Is rank the best metric for progress? If not, what could be? In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about Measuring Progr…
 
Self-proclaimed ninja Ron Collins goes back behind bars, and his brief time in the sun underscores a few things about the problem of Internet Tough Guys. In this episode of The Martial Arts Podcast with Phil Elmore, we talk about some of Ron's online participation and the 5 red flags of the "Internet Tough Guys" he both represents and was interacti…
 
In this martial arts business case study, teacher turned School owner Dan Davis shares how he has scaled his martial art business, generating more revenue, more members and getting back more time whilst working on himself to reach his true potential. For help to scale your martial art school join our free Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/…
 
Isaac grew up in Israel and regularly visited the cinema with Bruce Lee being an idol and influence. He started training in Martial Arts at an early age, and has trained in numerous styles, opening his own school in 1979. As a young man he completed mandatory service is the Israeli Army for 3 years before studying Film & television at Tel Aviv Univ…
 
Welcome to Episode #115 of the Fight for a Happy Life podcast, “How to Be a Good Judge.” Are you a good judge or a bad judge? In the martial arts (and in life!), I’ve definitely been both. But as I get older, I’d like to think I’m getting better at passing judgement. Whether we’re talking about fighting styles, techniques, and training methodologie…
 
I've been lucky enough to be in the company of G.M. Wim Bos on a few occasions. One such time was at the inauguration of PUMA martial arts when Major General Choi Hong Hi instructed a 3-day seminar for our group and was assisted by G.M. Wim Bos. It was a time that I will never forget. The excellence of the General and the warmth of G.M. Bos were ev…
 
If you are like a lot of martial artists, you dream about having your own bricks-and-mortar martial arts school. In this episode, Ken Gullette talks with Kimberly Ivy, who has had a Taijiquan school in Seattle for 30 years, and Michael Celeste, who has owned a school for six years teaching Yang Taiji and Wing Chun in Mt. Arlington, New Jersey. Mart…
 
Just as the title suggests, this episode is either full of insight, or full of the senile musings of three old dojo rats. Featuring fan-favorite guest, Sensei Kay Sakaue. Thank you for listening, and please Subscribe and Share! Apply for SMAF Affiliation: Being Part of SMAF Contact one of our Affiliate Instructors, including this week's guest: SMAF…
 
Mr. Scott Robertson is a Martial Arts practitioner, instructor, and musician who plays and teaches drums. When people see beginners come in, I guess they see part of themselves. The fact that everybody there wants evebody else to do well. That hit me. The people who’ve gotten their first blackbelt, they also want everybody to reach that. Mr. Scott …
 
In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about the importance of Nutrition and Hydration for Martial Arts Training. Nutrition and Hydration for Martial Arts Training - Episode 767 The fuel that we take is as important as the skills that we learn in a martial arts training. Nutrition and Hydration can be consumed before, during, or after a session to…
 
Mr. Don Wilson is a Martial Arts practitioner, Actor, and 11-time Kickboxing champion. As a Martial Artist we have to be able to go from 0 to 100 mph and I just took it into the kickboxing ring with me… In the first couple minutes of the fight, I know everything I’ll need to know. Mr. Don Wilson - Episode 766 Don “the Dragon” Wilson’s humble beginn…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about the Behind the Scenes of the Free Training Day Northeast VIP Bundles. Behind the Scenes - Free Training Day Northeast VIP Bundles - Episode 765 If you’ve joined the Free Training Day, you know how much effort the organizers put into the event. You will now see/hear what happens behind the curtain, so to…
 
Rondy was a senior designer in Advertising/Marketing firms in Detroit for over 10 years eventually opening her own agency. After getting involved in martial arts it ended up becoming a very important part of her life. She lived and trained in Korea for 2 years then returned to the US and opened her own school. She is a speaker & Presenter and has g…
 
In this martial arts business case study, School owner Kiel Tidman shares how he has scaled his martial art business to enable him to leave his career in banking and finance to pursue his life long dream. For help to scale your martial art school join our free Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/400292165420167 OR book a free business…
 
Professor Jesse Dwire is a Martial Arts Practitioner and instructor at the Dragon Phoenix Martial Arts in Massachusetts. There’s no such thing as an advanced technique, just an advanced practitioner. That has been one of the hardest things a lot of my friends will ever understand. Professor Jesse Dwire - Episode 764 Martial Arts with the family is …
 
I recently caught up with Master Lee Hollingsworth; we hadn't seen each other for a while. As with many of my guests, we have a small shared history, and our TKD journeys have crossed several times over the past 15 years. Master Hollingfswoirth was an awesome competitor; it's good to know that he's now passing on his experience to many others. Mast…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about why Martial Arts Instructors can be The Worst Self-Defense Teachers. Martial Arts Instructors can be The Worst Self-Defense Teachers - Episode 763 It’s undeniable that self-defense or as Andrew says it, self-protection, is very different from what we learn in martial arts classes. Is it possible that Ma…
 
Stephen was born in Wilmington, DE and raised in Dayton, OH. He attended Miami University in Oxford, OH and left with with a degree in Speech and Theatre. He has spent his entire adult life in the pursuit of perfection through the study of the Asian martial arts and spiritual traditions, living and traveling throughout North America, Japan, Europe,…
 
In this martial arts business case study, School owner Simone Hopkins shares how she has scaled her martial art business, generating more revenue, more members and getting back more time whilst building a premiership team of instructors and admin. For help to scale your martial art school join our free Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/gro…
 
Sensei Joe Johnson is a Martial Arts Practitioner and Instructor at Jukado dojo in Maine. I gew up fighting. I know how to throw a punch. I didn’t know how to avoid those situations. I realize that Martial Arts gave me a way of controlling myself and my own anger. If I control myself and my anger, then I control the situation… Sensei Joe Johnson - …
 
In this episode we talk to Canadian gun rights activist Donald Helkaa, who explains the current state of gun laws north of the border. We also explore what this means for self-defense rights in North America overall... and the implications for students of self-defense right here at home. https://linktr.ee/philelmore…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew discuss Nutrition and Hydration for Martial Arts Training. Martial Arts Word Association - Episode 761 Here at whistlekick Martial Arts Radio, we like to mix things up once in a while. We’re going to do “Martial Arts Word Association” where Adam gives Jeremy a random word that he would connect to martial arts. In …
 
Lynnette was born in Illinois but grew up in Detroit. As a child she mainly played basketball and was the captain of her team and was named all city and all state. She planned on playing basketball in the olympics, but her knees disagreed… After High School she got involved in Tae Kwon Do and in 1988 won a GOLD MEDAL in Seoul, Korea She was an olym…
 
23:11 I will be Performing Cardinal Fire at Jericho Beach, Pacific Ocean in Vancouver, British Columbia. It's been 9 months since I Performed this Album and looking forward to lighting a fire and worshiping source energy so I grow, develop and come further into alignment of Jesse Tree. Memberships are live at orcacomputers.com the ressurection of a…
 
Sabum Sam Pulfer is a martial Arts instructor and practitioner who currently represents Malta in International competitions. There’s somethiing in every single style that you can use to complement in another style… WTF Taekwondo doesnt put much emphasis on hands. So, when I did Kyokushin, very strong focused went on to the hand and getting in close…
 
What is SPARRING? Is it controlled fighting? Is it just a defined routine? What does it mean in different training styles? What happens when your opponent dials it up? Does it make you an effective martial artist, or even a fighter? Is it a useful part of COMBAT training? Do some people use Sparring as an excuse to beat someone up? Is it a professi…
 
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