Best lineage podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Listen to interviews with martial arts masters from around the world. Learn about the history and development of different styles and how martial arts continue to develop today.
 
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Justin Waggle has been working for the past 2 years developing the concept of "Lineage" the strategy game. It is based on Chinese and Taoist principles and incorporates the philosophy of martial arts as an integral part of game play. "Lineage" the board game is currently running a Kickstarter campaign and they only have 11 days left to raise an ...…
 
Kimeda Takeshi Sensei talks about the philosophy and history of Aikido. Learn how he blends martial arts together and practices them separately and together. Check out the video of Kimeda Sensei performing at a demonstration below. And don't forget to check out "Lineage" the board game and show your support on Kickstarter for this great game. L ...…
 
Learn how to tell what went into the intricate making of each unique antique katana. The sword smith's signature, interestingly, is not the first thing you look at when evaluating the quality of the sword. Rafael shares some really great insights on this very interesting facet of history.By info@maLineage.com (Tim Johnson).
 
Master Arthur Rosenfeld joins me for a short interview to discuss his new book with a unique perspective on Tai Chi and the myriad of benefits that it offers its practitioners. The book, "Tai Chi - The Perfect Exercise" will be released on June 4, 2013. For more information visit Master Rosenfeld's website: http://arthurrosenfeld.com/ And preor ...…
 
An in-depth interview with Kajukenbo and Siddha Yoga practitioner Professor Barbara Bones. Hear how her profound experiences in both the outer and inner arts contributed to transformation for herself and her students. The video of this interview is available at http://youtu.be/svm4ojxyIPs Some background on Professor Barbara Bones: "My training ...…
 
In this episode I read several of the contributions made to the latest book "The Greatest Lessons from the Martial Arts". To submit your greatest lesson to the second edition of the book, go to: http://www.malineage.com/submit-lesson Also, the two new members of my family, due in March, are sure to bring about lots of change in my life. So I'm ...…
 
How is the business side of your dojo doing? You don't have to answer that.. (Just get Mike's free DVD) It's a hard industry, don't feel bad. Today I speak with former school owner Mike Dolpies who was able to bring his school out of the red and make over $1,000,000 in sales in just a few years. Since then he has devised a program to help other ...…
 
Kancho Deena Naidu was the sixth graduate from the Japan Karate Do College under Gogen Yamaguchi Sensei. His training was hard and unforgiving but coupled with soft lessons of philosophy. Deena talks about his training with this world famous karate master and how he brought those, very Japanese principles across cultures to South Africa and the ...…
 
Clint Cora is a karate world champion the author of "The Life Champion in You" among many other books. He talks in this interview about his martial arts background and becoming a world champion competitor. But now he uses martial arts as a teaching tool, not in the dojo, but in corporate keynote speeches about becoming a better person. By apply ...…
 
Here's an interview with a dashing, riveting man by the name of Tim Johnson... Yes the guys over the Hiyaa Martial Arts Podcast had me on their show a couple weeks back and I think you'll appreciate the conversation as it sheds some light on the history of the Lineage Project and where we're going in the future. I also had a chance to share a l ...…
 
Hector thinks about his sons and how they ended up in their current circumstances. He receives some unexpected and unwelcome visitors.By jimmcgovern@bigworldnetwork.com (J. Christopher Thompson).
 
Guy Dar is a second generation Krav Maga expert under Emi Lichtenfeld, the creator of Krav Maga. He is also the creator of the Self Defense Krav Maga online training course. As chief instructor of Full Contact Krav, Guy started his training in Krav Maga in 1980. He was authorized as a Black Belt and a Krav Maga Instructor in 1989. In this inter ...…
 
What makes the Katana Blade so incredible? When and how was the technology developed? What are the best swords on the market today and how did we uncover the secrets of the Samurai? Learn about the basic metallurgy of the katana blade and what gives it it's unique and legendary characteristics. Rafael is an expert in Asian weaponry and has help ...…
 
The young scion of the ancient family chats with his brother about how he ended up in a prison cell.By jimmcgovern@bigworldnetwork.com (J. Christopher Thompson).
 
An ancient family line is rediscovered, but the heir is a bit tarnished...and in prison.By jimmcgovern@bigworldnetwork.com (J. Christopher Thompson).
 
The second part of my interview with the esteemed Sensei Paul Wilson of Karate Cafe. This time Paul talks about what has changed since he has been teaching and training. Elements of Judo, Jujitsu and Mixed Martial Arts have begun to be incorporated into Karate schools, however he stresses the importance of focusing on "depth" of training as opp ...…
 
Co-host and producer of another Karate podcast "Karate Cafe" comes to visit us at the Martial Arts Lineage Podcast. He talks about the influences of traditional Okinawan Karate and the different permutations of Shorin Ryu which has lot of Chinese influence as compared to other Karate styles. The word "Shorin" is the Japanese translation of the ...…
 
It's official! My wife and I have sold our house and we're moving to the great state of Maine. It's been crazy trying to keep up with all my projects and pack up the whole house, but it's all coming together and we're both very excited for the move. In this episode I talk about Wuxia or an old form of Chinese literature based on fantastical (or ...…
 
"From the time you wake up till the time you sleep, sharpen your blade." A great interview with Sifu Shi Yan Ming, 34th generation Shaolin Temple Warrior Monk and founder of the USA Shaolin Temple in New York. The temple is designed to be a working replica of the original Shaolin Temple and will house disciples of kung fu as well as orphan chil ...…
 
A quick interview with Senior Grandmaster George Pesare to clear up some concerns he felt after listening to a recent episode of this show. I'll be working with SGM Pesare to release the second edition of his documentary DVD "Early Kempo in New England" which documents Nick Cerio training as a white belt under SGM Pesare at his kempo school in ...…
 
AJ Perry from Australia speaks of training with Jeff Speakman and his experience with Dan Inosanto. He's got some great techniques for improving your school's marketing especially for bringing on new kids to your school and methods to keep them entertained. We talk about his new books "Martial Games for Kids" and his other free product the "Gam ...…
 
In this interview Diana Lee Inosanto discusses her childhood and what it was like growing up with the infamous Dan Inosanto as a father and Bruce Lee as her God-father. We also talk about her film "The Sensei " which she wrote, directed and co-starred in - an amazing movie that reflects how beneficial the martial arts can be for developing youn ...…
 
Shihan John James is currently the vice president of the Kempo Lo Kahi association of America. But in past years has had the opportunity to call himself a student and disciple of the revered Professor Nick Cerio, who was the founder of Nick Cerios Kempo and also helped to popularize kempo karate in New England. Prior to Professor Cerio’s passin ...…
 
It's time to reflect on 2011 and look forward to accomplishing new things in 2012. It's been a huge year for maLineage.com as it was officially launched in April. I can't express my appreciation enough to everyone involved. Thank you for all your contributions and I'm looking forward to another year of learning and growing with you. In this epi ...…
 
The second half of the interview with the wonderfully insightful and brilliant Master Arthur Rosenfeld. He talks about the "hunger" for something more profound in life that leads us toward philosophies and traditions like those of Tai Chi. We also talk about a little bit of the science of Tai Chi and how it has developed in modern times. Look u ...…
 
Master Arthur Rosenfeld is a contributor to national magazines including Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Parade has been seen on Fox News and other networks, and heard on numerous national radio programs. He also has a show featuring the benefits of Tai Chi on National PBS. Rosenfeld's wisdom is hard-won. He began his training in the 1980s and has a st ...…
 
A different type of podcast today. I'm opening up the phone lines here at the Lineage Project for you to call in and leave a message for the podcast. Leave your questions, comments, wisdom or other information. If you have knowledge you would like to share on the show, please call in and share what you know with the rest of the community. Phone ...…
 
The discovery of an ancient Italian manuscript led David Cvet to explore medieval combat systems and eventually found the Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts in Toronto Canada. Learn about the history of martial arts in Europe and about the similarities between fighting styles across Europe and around the world. Learn about the different ...…
 
Join me for a real quick episode this time to give me a chance to summarize a couple of the lessons we've had the opportunity to learn with the Martial Arts Lineage Podcast. Also, it's time to take care of a little bit of housekeeping. To keep the Lineage Project running smooth, there are lots of computer programs running behind the scenes and ...…
 
Instructor Michael A. Vollero, is a 26th generation Longmen Pai (Dragon Gate Sect) disciple, 16th generation Sanfeng Pai instructor, and student of Zhengyi Daoism. He makes yearly pilgrimages to the Wudang mountains of China to study Kung Fu with the Taoist monks and participate in the ceremonies and rituals at the Purple Heaven Palace. In this ...…
 
"What's better; a Porsche or a tank?" is a question Sifu/Guru Ron Balicki poses on the differences and methods of adaptation between styles of martial arts. And he reminds us that Bruce Lee encouraged practitioners to "be more important than the style". In this interview we discuss some of the experiences and lessons that Sifu Ron learned from ...…
 
I'm personally a 5th generation successor of Senior Grandmaster George Pesare which makes this a very exciting interview for me. He is the man responsible for bringing Kempo Karate to New England and spreading it to the masses. His teachings have reached thousands of martial artists on the east coast and he continues his involvement in the arts ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Alex Haddox, host of the Practical Defense Podcast. He has trained many styles of martial arts and specializes is giving practical defense tips for everyday habits that can help protect you and your loved ones from a the myriad of immediate threats that lurk in our society. Alex and has been working with Grandmaster ...…
 
Dr John Donohue, Ph.D. has been working as a martial arts anthropologist and wrote his dissertation on the cultural and philosophical elements of Japanese martial arts. Today, we speak about his work as a writer and how he is working to uphold the traditions of martial arts through fiction novels. He has also compiled a book of philosophies and ...…
 
This is just a quick episode where I get to do some housekeeping and check in with the audience. Be sure to check out the new updates on the site, as well as weigh in on your suggestions for the interviews. I'd love to hear questions you have, and I'd also love your feedback on show length, quality, topics, etc. The project is mine, but the pro ...…
 
Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming works with a select few disciples of Chinese kung fu at his retreat center in the mountains of northern California where the culture and traditions of the ancient Chinese arts are preserved through an intensive 10-year training curriculum. I speak with Dr Yang about his influences and his beloved masters in China with whom h ...…
 
In this interview I get the chance to ask my own Kung Fu instructor, Sifu Stephen Murphy about his 27 years of teaching traditional Chinese Kung Fu. He tells of his struggle with cancer, onset at the age of 23, and his introduction into the world of Chinese healing and internal arts or "the art of good health". Sifu Steve talks about the mixtur ...…
 
Grandmaster Wong is a 4th generation successor of the renowned Southern Shaolin monastery in Putian, China. Living in Malaysia, he travels the world spreading the "greatness of kung fu" throughout the world through the Shaolin Wahnam institute. Learn about the masters Sifu Wong studied under and hear stories of how he trained and how he has bee ...…
 
Antonio Graceffo is a true martial arts anthropologist and adventurer. Learning obscure styles of martial arts all over southeast Asia, Antonio shares his experiences of studying at the Shaolin Temple, a Muay Thai Temple in Thailand and studying with other locally known masters of styles such as Kuntaw, Bokator and variations of Muay Thai. He’s ...…
 
Start with Part 1 of this interview here. In part two Shihan Dana Abbott talks about the "Spirit of the Samurai". What is it, and how has it shaped Japan over the years? How does this weapon, the sword represent an entire philosophy? Learn why Japan is such a strong country, both culturally and on an individual level. How does the "American Spi ...…
 
Inducted into the black belt hall of fame in 2004 as weapons instructor of the year, Shihan Dana Abbott is the director of the International Sports Chanbara Association, which represents more than 160,000 members in 30 countries around the globe. He is also the founder of Samurai Sports Incorporated, a sword training company. He speaks, in part ...…
 
Master Spencer Gee has had extensive training in several martial arts styles from Tai Chi to Filipino weapons arts. In this interview we talk about his experience in Pankration, the original MMA, or the "Martial Art of All Powers" which dates back to ancient Greece in the 6th century B.C. As a very scientific and calculated style of fighting, M ...…
 
In this episode, I speak with Peter Freedman Sensei, Grandmaster of the Boston Arnis Club and trainer to sky marshalls, special forces and CIA, to name a few. Primarily teaching the style of Ketsugo Ju-jutsu, Sensei Freedman has developed his own method of teaching called “Freedman’s Method of Ketsugo Ju-jutsu” based on very scientific principl ...…
 
According to legend one of the most revered styles of martial arts was invented by a Shaolin Nun named Ng Mui. She was one of five survivors of a battle with the Chin Empire who had outlawed the practice of Kung Fu and attacked the Fu Shan Shaolin temple where Ng Mui lived. After her travels through China she ran into a young woman who was bein ...…
 
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