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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.
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Weekday morning show with Jeremy Lesniak, as he drinks his first cup of coffee and contemplates life as a martial artist. - Jeremy, the Founder of whistlekick Martial Arts products (sparring gear, uniforms, etc) is also the host of whistlekick Martial Arts Radio, another podcast available online. - Topics covered on First Cup include practical advice for martial artists, current challenges and victories in business, new products and services from whistlekick and whatever else is on Jeremy's ...
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SUMMARY In this episode, Renshi Anthony shares his martial arts journey, starting from his introduction to karate and jiu-jitsu at the age of 14. He discusses the impact of personal loss and how it led him to fully commit to his training. Renshi Wisler also talks about the challenges and benefits of exploring different martial arts styles, includin…
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SUMMARY In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew discuss the topic of whether martial arts rank testing should be scheduled or a surprise. They explore the benefits and downsides of both approaches and share their personal experiences. They also touch on the differences in rank testing between traditional martial arts schools and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The…
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SUMMARY Matt Thomas shares his journey in the unique sport of chess boxing. He discusses how he discovered chess boxing and the training camp he went through to prepare for the World Championship. Matt explains the different styles and strategies in chess boxing and how the sport combines the mental and physical aspects of chess and boxing. He also…
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In this episode, we’re bringing you Jeremy’s 2024 State of the Martial Arts and what we could do to move forward. Martial Arts, just like any other sport, is not perfect. That’s the very reason why we need to recognize and accept that as a fact so we can improve it for generations of Martial Artists to come. In this episode, Jeremy talks about wher…
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SUMMARY In this episode, Jeremy interviews Ari Heart, the owner of Elements MMA. Ari shares his journey in martial arts, starting from his early experiences in karate and his fascination with the UFC. He discusses how a traumatic experience led him to pursue martial arts seriously and eventually specialize in jiu-jitsu. Ari also talks about the inf…
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Today Jeremy and Andrew (and friends) take a visit to the Axe House in Keene, one of the many sponsors of Martial Summit. While there they discuss the growing popularity of axe throwing as a recreational activity and its connection to martial arts. They highlight the similarities between throwing weapons and martial arts techniques, such as the imp…
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SUMMARY In this episode, Sifu Michael Martin discusses his martial arts journey and the transitions he made between different styles. He emphasizes the importance of individual expression in martial arts and adapting teaching to students' backgrounds. Sifu Martin also explores the limitations of traditional martial arts training and the value of cr…
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In this episode, Andrew is joined by Victor and Karen to discuss building community through advanced training in martial arts. They share their experiences of opening a new martial arts school and the importance of collaboration over competition. They all talk about the inspiration they gained from Martial Summit and the decision to focus on advanc…
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Shihan Desmond Diaz discusses the importance of maintaining health and preventing injuries in martial arts. He shares his personal experiences with injuries and how he stays on top of his physical well-being. He also talks about why he has chosen not to have his own martial arts school and the challenges he faces in finding his home in the martial …
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SUMMARY In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew discuss the importance of goal setting in martial arts and in life. They emphasize the need for realistic and measurable goals, breaking them down into small, manageable steps. They also discuss the benefits of stepping outside of one's comfort zone and the importance of accountability and support in achie…
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Sensei Andrew Corbin shares his journey in martial arts, from his early interest in karate influenced by movies and anime to his passion for history and culture. He discusses the different approaches to karate in Japan and the US, highlighting the distinction between sports karate and traditional martial arts. Corbin delves into the linguistic aspe…
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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 Andrew gives Jeremy a random word that he could connect to martial arts. In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew discuss randomly generated topics to try and find out how they can relate to martial arts! Today’s word …
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Welcome to another riveting episode of Whistlekick Martial Arts Radio, the podcast that explores the rich tapestry of martial arts stories from around the world. In this episode, we sit down with the esteemed Sensei James Pankiewicz, whose martial arts journey led him from the halls of college to the vibrant streets of Okinawa. Sensei James shares …
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In today's episode, Andrew sits down with Jeremy a couple of times to talk about his students upcoming test and how it went. Many of you may know that Jeremy opened his most recent martial arts school this past summer. His students are now ready to test for their first rank and Andrew sits down with him to chat about how things went up til this poi…
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In today's episode Jeremy chats with Dr. Berta Cohen, a neuroscientist and TKD practitioner who started her martial arts journey later in life. In this episode, we are honored to host Dr. Berta Cohen, who holds a PHD in neuroscience and a Tae Kwon Do practitioner who embarked on her martial arts journey at the age of 40. Join us as Dr. Cohen shares…
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In today's episode, Andrew sits down with Craig Wharem to discuss how to be a good student. We may have an idea of what we want to see in an instructor, but do we know what our instructor might want to see from us? What can we do, as students, to not only get the most out of class, but do more to help the school. Listen to find out.…
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In this episode, we have the honor of hosting Austin Cook, a judoka, US National Champion, US Open Champion, and a distinguished World Cup medalist. Join us as Austin shares his profound insights on the mat, delving into the intricacies of judo and the profound impact it has had on his life. In a candid conversation with Jeremy, Austin opens up abo…
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Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions, comments, and reviews from you, the listeners, and some guests in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are some of the questions they tried to answer: What non martial artist would you want to teach martial arts to? How do you handle a fellow student who is the incessant over-corrector? Li…
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In today’s episode, we are privileged to sit down Coach Roland Gutierrez, an accomplished Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioner, a perpetual student of the art, a former police officer, and a former private military contractor with a unique perspective on self-defense. Our guest's journey is a fascinating blend of resilience and humility. As a ded…
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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 Andrew gives Jeremy a random word that he could connect to martial arts. In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew discuss randomly generated topics to try and find out how they can relate to martial arts!…
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In this episode, we are honored to host a true living legend who has earned rank from not one, but three iconic martial arts pioneers: Chuck Norris, Bill "Superfoot" Wallace, and Joe Lewis. Our guest's journey through the martial arts world is nothing short of extraordinary. From the disciplined teachings of Chuck Norris, renowned for his martial p…
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