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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.
 
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Sensei Nagano Yusuke is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor at the Karate Dojo Waku in Tokyo, Japan. Some traditional Martial Artists hate MMA and I understand that completely. But I think when you hate and like in the emotional level, you are losing a lot of chances. There's always something to learn from other styles. Sensei Nagano Yusuke …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about the fundamental differences between Coaches, Instructors, and Teachers. Differences Between Coaches, Instructors, and Teachers - Episode 573 We are all familiar with the titles of our teachers, coaches, and instructors but are there any substantial differences between those? In this episode, Jeremy and …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Senpai Yves Gakunde is a martial artist from Rwanda and now based in New Hampshire. My Sensei Sinzi is someone who I want to become. I want to be someone who practices everyday, no matter where you are, the situation, and the condition you are in, PRACTICE. Senpai Yves Gakunde - Episode 564 Growing up in a country where, at the time, Karate is proh…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about why Fights are a Failure of Communication. Fights are a Failure of Communication - Episode 563 Communication is what connects and binds us together, so whenever there's a breakdown in communication, a misunderstanding occurs that almost always leads to a fight not only in bars but especial…
 
Mr. Chen Tang is a martial artist and an actor who stars in Bruce Lee's Warrior and Disney's live-action Mulan. I told Shannon Lee to her face, seeing your father (Bruce Lee) made me, for the first time, in America be proud to be Asian Mr. Chen Tang - Episode 562 Bruce Lee is an inspiration to all of us but Mr. Chen Tang admitted that Lee is his in…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about whether Learning Martial Arts History Beneficial to Training. Is Learning Martial Arts History Beneficial to Training? - Episode 561 Learning the history of the martial arts you are training in doesn't help you punch or kick. But what happens with your mindset when you learn its history an…
 
Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, and founder at Yang's Martial Arts Academy (YMAA). The taller the growth, the lower you bow. The more you learn, the more you should be humble. Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang - Episode 560 There aren't many guests here in the show who grew up in uniquely difficult situations and our guest is one …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about Children Training with Adults. Children Training with Adults - Episode 559 Could there be more advantages than disadvantages when children and/or teens train with adults? In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams weigh in the issue at hand of children training with adults. Listen as…
 
Sensei Olivia Roney is a Martial Arts practitioner instructor at the Crouching Tigers school in Indiana. I'm somebody who's very optimistic about the future. I feel like the young children that we're raising right now are going to have the ability to completely change the world in the future. Sensei Olivia Roney - Episode 558 Growing up with 7 sibl…
 
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the second Episode of the whistlekick Live Season 2 and he is joined by co-host Andrew Adams. whistlekick LIVE Season 2 (Episode 2) – Episode 557 Today’s episode is the second installment for the whistlekick Live Season 2. Jeremy answers questions, reads stories from the listeners, as well as some cool fun games ab…
 
Mr. David Liban is a Martial Arts practitioner, filmmaker, and professor at CU Denver's College of Arts & Media. It was just evident to me that Martial Arts is the kind of exercise, the kind of training that, it may not make you live longer but it will give you a better life if you do it for as long as you live. Mr. David Liban - Episode 556 Traini…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about Why Everyone Should Consider Tournaments. Why Everyone Should Consider Tournaments - Episode 555 Tournaments and competitions are divisive topics that make martial artists either excited or mad, teachers either interested or not at all, and schools either go a lot or not ever. There are po…
 
Mr. Glenn Murphy is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is the founder of NC Systema which is based in North Carolina. I guess my drive to studying Aikido was kind of wanting to study something that worked with refinement and efficiency. I was never going to be like the biggest or the fastest guy out there, it just occurred to me that tr…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about guns and why do they exist in our society. Guns - Episode 553 Why are guns not that important in the traditional martial arts kata? Is there a need to incorporate it with the kata since guns are much of a threat or danger in our daily lives today? In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew…
 
Mr. John Molyneux is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, and the host of the Success Breeds Success Podcast. He is from the United Kingdom. I've always been quite confident in myself. So, I go along to a Brazilian Jiujitsu class and put a white belt on, be humble, and just get on with it and have some purple belt strangle me out because there …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about Extreme Martial Arts and it's relevance in competitions. Extreme Martial Arts - Episode 551 Weapons, more athleticism, showmanship, and more can be part of the extreme martial arts competition. In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams talk about the importance of extreme martial ar…
 
Miss Robynn Murray is a martial arts practitioner and Iraq war veteran. Her story was featured in the Academy Award-nominated documentary, Poster Girl. There is this idea of rugged individualism in America, where if you can't do it all alone, you're a weak person. Well, no. That's crap! Miss Robynn Murray - Episode 550 Started training in Aikido wh…
 
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