A lifestyle podcast based on martial arts. Established in 2018 by Daniel Marino, 4th dan in Tang Soo Do, and David Grossman, purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Discussing the benefits of martial arts for self-defense, health and wellness.
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A martial arts podcast for parents and students by martial arts parent and student Logan Ramirez. Each episode explores life lessons and training centered around martial arts exploring topics and interviewing experts in the field. Tae kwon daddy. Train Hard. Parent Harder.
The okinawakaratepodcast is the only Karate podcast from the Birthplace of Karate, Okinawa Japan. Many listeners know that Okinawa is a very small island with a very large heart. This is ever true in the circle of Okinawa Karate. My goal with this podcast is to share some of this beauty with you. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy. Best Regards, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is episode one of a three-episode series with Michael Hagen, Sensei. Michel began his martial arts training in Taekwon Do in his home state of Alaska. In his university days he was able to travel to Japan and he of course kept training. This was his introduction to Shito-Ryu. Many years later he hasn’t looked back. Please enjoy Part 1 with Mic…
In this episode we discuss Bruce Lee. His influence on martial arts, mma, movies and impact on the popularity of martial arts.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This is the final episode of my interview with Sensei Pat McGale. In Part 1 we learned about his time in Okinawa Kenpo growing up here on Okinawa. In Part 2 we learned about his days of WuShu in the San Francisco area. In Part 3 we learned about his return to the Okinawa arts when he was introduced to the Omine Karate Dojo. In this final episode we…
In this episode we deep dive into the evolution of martial arts films. We discuss some trends we’ve noticed, personal favorites and the John Wick Trilogy.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
OKP brings you Part 3 with Pat McGale Sensei. In Part 1 we learned about his Okinawa Kenpo years. In Part 2 we learned about his WuShu years. In Part 3 we learn about his introduction to Susan Budge Sensei at the Omine Karate Dojo in San Bruno, CA. https://www.facebook.com/ominekarate/ http://ominekarate.com/ominekarate/ See acast.com/privacy for p…
This is Part 2 with Pat McGale Sensei. Previously in Part 1 we learned about his training in Okinawa Kenpo beginning at age 5 until he left the island of Okinawa at age 23. In Part 2 we learn about getting kicked out of a TKD Studio, for a side kick no less, and his 10+ years in WuShu. Webpage of Pat Sensei's WuShu Coach, Richard Branden. Sadly Ric…
In this episode we revisit the topic of specialization in martial arts.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode we discuss the evolution of martial arts and changes that occur over time.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Pat McGale started training at the age of five with Master Odo Seikichi of Okinawa Kenpo. By age seven he had already cut himself badly with kama, by age 13 he was competing in the black belt division in karate and kobudo tournaments and bringing home hardware. Five decades later he is still training and teaching Okinawa Karate. In Episode 1 with P…
This is my first long distance video, as you can tell when it cuts off mid-stream. But with crazy times comes crazy videos. Get out there and train on tour own. Coronavirus sucks! This interview is with my good friend Richard Canton of Canton Martial Arts. https://www.cantonmartialarts.org.uk/ Richard is a kick ass fighter, and a well rounded marti…
In this episode we discuss home training in the midst of social distancing during Covid-19. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode we have BJJ brown belt Tim Klein. We discuss the process of training schools. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
A very special thank you to Ron Nix Sensei, Miss Akemi Nix and Brandon Nix for taking time for this interview. This interview was filmed at the Nix Family Dojo in January 2020. https://www.seidokankarate.org Please standby for that footage from OkiLife. After recording this interview, I learned they were able to salvage most of the footage from our…
In this episode we talk to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu brown belt Valor Boyer. We discuss competition, injures and teaching. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode we ask the question “do styles make fights?”--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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This #OKP interview is with the amazingly talented Jonathan Seavey of the Shobukan Goju-Ryu Dojo. Jonathan got his start in Tang So Doo (in my hometown of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania) and after moving around a bit he found his belonging in a traditional Goju-Ryu Dojo. Take a listen to his journey and please follow his Instagram and Dojo Homepage for …
By Logan Ramirez / Li Lin
In this episode we sit down with BJJ/Atos/Logic black belt Dennis Preesey Jr. topics range from competition, mindset, health and entrepreneurship.
What’s this? The Okinawa Karate Podcast visits a Tang Soo Do Dojang? That’s right. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, here it is: Here’s the full interview I conducted with Master Kevin Robinson, Tang Soo Do, while visiting my hometown over the summer. Master Robinson is one of the coolest, down to earth, honest and authentic people I have ever …
We discuss the connection between martial arts and health, fitness and wellness.
Hello and thank you again for listening to the Okinawa Karate Podcast. It's been more than three months since I've recorded an audio only podcast and that's because I've been focusing more on video content recently. Check out the Okinawa Karate Podcast YouTube page and OkiLife for more. Well what seems like old news now, Shuri Castle was mostly des…
We discuss the rise of the super fight in grappling. How this is impacting the spectator side of grappling and what other martial arts can learn from it.
By Logan Ramirez / Chris Jones
Today we discuss pursuing your passions. How to use passion to motivate you with your hobbies and your career path.
Dan and David discuss some of the history of the belt ranking system in martial arts. They also share their thoughts on the positive and negative effects of having ranking systems.
We sit down and discuss martial arts, BJJ, iron man competition and Yoga with Jenny Lofaro. Jenny is an active bjj brown belt and current Fight 2 Win Bantamweight champion. Follow her at www.instagram.com/jennylofaro
In this episode we talk about the role that creativity plays in the martial arts.
In this episode David talks on the Phone with Olympic Runner Robby Andrews. They discuss things relating to mindset in sports, martial arts and everyday life.
Dan and David sit down and talk about different things relating to injuries and injury prevention.
We discuss some of the differences between martial art vs martial sport.
David sits down with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Kyle Braun. They discuss music, mma, Jiu Jitsu and a recent self defense situation Kyle was involved in at work.
Hey there OKP listeners, As always, thank you for tuning it. It is June 30, 2019 and in this episode I talk about some upcoming events in July that are taking place at the Okinawa Karate Kaikan (some great seminars and two very important anniversaries) and I will share my thoughts on training outside the dojo with the help of a very cool blog post …
*** Note *** Use external speakers for better audio quality. It was a very rainy Okinawa day and there is terrible background noise from the rain (windows were open and fans running in the dojo) . In this interview I had the pleasure to visit the Ryukyu Kobudo Shimbukan Hombu Dojo on Tomigusuku Okinawa for a tour and interview with Dell Hamby Sense…
In this episode I get to visit with Master Jose Ramirez of the Christian Taekwondo League (San Antonio, TX) on the Top 10 Taekwondo Mistakes You Are Making (and not really you, of course, but probably someone you know).By Logan Ramirez