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Martial Arts Radio is a bi-weekly podcast featuring interviews with traditional martial artists and conversations 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 & much more. 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.
 
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.
 
You can support us by: https://www.paypal.me/EnglishFightingArts This is the English Martial Arts Podcast show where we talk about the Weapons and Unarmed arts contained within the English system. We will also talk about the principles of the system because the whole system is a principles based system. We will also be talking about other WMA and Hema based martial arts as well as talking to, and interviewing teachers and Masters (Maisters). I will be talking to Teachers and Masters of both ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Join the martial arts Teacher of Teachers, John Graden as he explores important and controversial questions about martial arts instructors, schools and the business. Graden is the author of the best-selling books including, "Black Belt Management," "The Truth About the Martial Arts Business," "How to Open and Operate a Successful Martial Arts School," and the "Impostor Syndrome." He has been profiled by the Wall Street Journal, US News and World Report, The Dr. Oz Show and over 100 other med ...
 
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 ...
 
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Dr. Nikolai Lee is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor. Dr. Lee is the Secretary General of the American Hapkido Alliance. My father was special forces army so, he is the headmaster of our school. He is very serious in whenever we train, we train with intent and intensity so that we are prepared for that moment whenever it happens. Dr. Nikol…
 
This week the Motivated Martial Artists Jackson White and Gavin Cook talk to Professional MMA fighter US Army Flyweight Kickboxing Champion and Lifelong Martial Artist Jennifer Waters. Jennifer is a 2nd generation martial artist from Augusta, GA adopting the love for the sport from her father, training in her fathers gym and at home from the age of…
 
Coach Rene and Matt talk about the events in the Capitol and just discuss openly how we feel and our thoughts on everything unfolding. As well as a lot of random fun conversations. Don't forget to vote on our post-apocalyptic teams on our Instagram Page MartialCultureCast
 
The martial arts have had a long history of suppression and censorship. This has led to literally hundreds or maybe even thousands of martial arts being lost. Completely erased. These were ancient bodies of knowledge with great benefit to humanity. All gone except for a very few. All due to various forms of suppression and censorship. This episode …
 
The crippling karate blues. We all get them at one time or another. The key is not to stop training. Many do stop training when the crippling karate blues strike. This is a means and method of not avoid the moment but meeting it. You step forward shake the hand of this nasty moment and double down. Big Pressure is not the Answer The secret is not j…
 
We pick up with the Bagua training manual from 1932 with a highly regarded expert of the art. Training tips, practical suggestions, and by his words, 'no magical interpretations'. Learn how the practical Traditional Chinese Martial Artists approach it. You can download the episode and book : https://www.patreon.com/posts/45987832…
 
Karate Instruction an Exquisite View. The long road of karate instruction can be a grind. The questions arise of what are we doing, “I’m not reaching my students.” That phrase of frustration has emanated from every martial arts instructors’ forehead. And then turns into a pig’s trough of, “What, Why and How,” as the evening closes. Ideas to reshape…
 
Welcome to Episode #92 of the Fight for a Happy Life podcast, “Shouting at the Moon.” Stress is a part of life… especially this year! The challenge—if we want to maximize our health and happiness—is to find effective ways to face and manage that stress. Is martial arts training one way to do that? Absolutely! But there’s another exercise that I dis…
 
In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Ms. Shirley Meier and they talk about Teaching Martial Arts to Non-Neurotypical Students (Autism Spectrum, OCD, ADHD and More.) Teaching Martial Arts to Non-Neurotypical Students - Episode 571 Here is a topic that is proven to be growing in importance every year in Martial Arts. It is Teaching Martial Arts to No…
 
Sensei Erik Johnstone is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor. He is the head instructor at the Shindokan Budo New England. We don’t get to fulfill our obligations to transmit the art without students coming into the dojo, without students coming to training events. So our very existence in the role of teacher is entirely dependent on the exi…
 
This week the Motivated Martial Artists Jackson White and Gavin Cook talk to Clayton Maxcy. Lead Curriculum Developer for SKILLZ and Teacher at On the Mat Martial Arts. When Clayton Maxcy was young he was a troublemaker and struggled to focus in lots of his classes he tried to take up many different sports like american football and basketball but …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about how developing a martial arts curriculum can be done right. Developing A Martial Arts Curriculum - Episode 569 How can one develop a Martial Arts Curriculum? Is it as easy as writing down notes from all the lessons that your Sensei has taught you? Well, Jeremy and Andrew think there’s more…
 
Now we go is a collaboration podcast with Finishers MMA and Never Again studios. Now we go gives you a unique look into small business, motivation, and topical shit talking. You can follow Finishers MMA and Never Again by clicking the links below. Thanks for all the love on the show. ~~~~~ Show notes special guests ~~ Sponsored by Rubber Guard Assa…
 
Mr. Daniele Bolelli is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Italy. He teaches in CSULB and Santa Monica College. If all you train for in Martial Arts is to become a good fighter, I think you missed the boat. I think there's much more interesting stuff in terms of personal development that comes from training Martial Arts. Effective techn…
 
This week the motivated martial artists will be looking back at a snapshot of all the best bits from The Motivated Martial Artists podcast in 2020 with motivational stories from all over the planet and advice on how to get through this years struggle as we enter a new year of more uncertainty. But rather then looking back on the year for all the ba…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about how appropriate force can vary in each person. How Appropriate Force Can Vary - Episode 567 Getting away from an attacker may need you to exert some effort to make the person incapacitated for you to get away or get help. However, how much force is appropriate for you to do that? If you ar…
 
Fixing the Karate Community loss. The intention was to do a different podcast but an inquiry from Anne (thanks Anne) about the loss of martial arts schools. It is needs addressing and so here it is. The two elements of addressing the loss of community and achievement. Student diaspora, physically and mentally resulting in nothing. No handles to gai…
 
Now we go is a collaboration podcast with Finishers MMA and Never Again studios. Now we go gives you a unique look into small business, motivation, and topical shit talking. You can follow Finishers MMA and Never Again by clicking the links below. Thanks for all the love on the show. ~~~~~ Show notes Combat Jujitsu ~~ Sponsored by Rubber Guard Assa…
 
Sensei Daniel Kornguth is a martial arts practitioner and instructor based in Vermont. He is a pacifist and an avid punk rocker. For the longest time, I thought that my punk rock ethos was at odds with the essence of the martial arts. And yet I came to understand that, in fact, it is not. Sensei Daniel Kornguth - Episode 566 Coming in having a paci…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about the martial arts movie from 1989, Best of the Best. Best of the Best (Movie) - Episode 565 The film "Best of the Best" is starred by Eric Roberts, James Earl Jones, Sally Kirkland, Simon Rhee, and Chris Penn. It's plot basically revolves around the competition of US and Korean Martial Arts…
 
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