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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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In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on a special edition of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #16 - Episode 721 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 the questions they tried to answer:…
 
Hanshi Jerry Piddington is a martial arts practitioner and founder of the American Karate Academies National Association. There’s no police in our industry. Zero police. It’s all about the rules. If you play by a specific rules, you can get something done. But the rules change in all the different organizations. Hansi Jerry Piddington - Episode 720…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks with Mark Vinci of Model Mugging Self Defense about the Model Mugging Program. Model Mugging Program- Episode 719 Model Mugging Self Defense provides students the greatest impact on personal safety and overcoming personal fears of being assaulted through role model mastery. Many self-defense courses are simply comprise…
 
David Leath is a martial arts practitioner, coach, and speaker. He works at his local County police department. To me, martial arts training was never a recreational thing. Especially when I got on tthe job, it was an absolute I must do this. That was my mindset, I must, must train. David Leath - Episode 718 Who would’ve thought that watching too m…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about why hitting people is not natural. Hitting People is Not Natural - Episode 717 We can all agree that fighting is a natural reflex of humans, however, the act of hitting people is not natural. Other than professional fights and street fights, there’s always a moment when 2 people stop hitting and start g…
 
Sensei Aric Conto is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at Iwa Dojo in Virginia. I think that I have always been, and I still am, a perpetual student. If I see soumething that make sense or works or somehow I’m missing or could better my game or skillset as a martial artist, I’d like to learn more about it… Sensei Aric Conto - Episode 716 B…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about Fundraising, types and formats of fundraising, and how it helps students. Fundraising - Episode 715 Some of us might cringe at the idea of Fundraising especially if it’s being done by a school. However, fundraisers may benefit more people than you think. In this episode, Adam and Jeremy talk about Fundr…
 
Carlos Machado is a multi Hall of Fame Instructor of Jiu Jitsu and known in Texas and the Southwest region of the United States as the “Godfather of Jiu-Jitsu”. Confidence comes from competence. Competence comes from consistency. You’ve done something long enough, you went through enought time to work on your trade and sharpen your blade. You know …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on another iteration of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #15 - Episode 713 Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions from you, the listeners, and some guests in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are the questions they tried to answer: What are things to do …
 
Sensei Karen Valencic is a Martial Arts practitioner, instructor, author, speaker, mechanical engineer, and personal coach. Notice where you’re tense. Relax where your tension is. And it’s like magic happens when you do that. A lot of times I hold tension in my calves of all places. It’s really interesting because when you really let go of the tens…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy talk about Training and Defending While Not at Your Best. Training and Defending While Not at Your Best - Episode 711 Let’s say that you caught the flu or something that makes you less than 100% and you need to go out and buy some medicines and suddenly a stressful situation came. Can you rely on your mental capac…
 
Master Matthew Eyler is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor at the Trinity Martial Arts in New York. I always tell people that the great thing about Martial Arts is it’s the most individualized team sport. It’s a personal journey in a way that I didn’t have to worry about keeping up with everybody or letting down my team, it’s all about me. …
 
In this episode, Andrew and Jeremy dissect whether Training in Multiple Styles at the Same Time is good or bad. Training in Multiple Styles at the Same Time - Episode 709 Arguably, one of the most pressing topics in the Martial Arts world is how important training is. More specifically, can someone train in multiple styles simultaneously as MMA pra…
 
Gene Myers is a Martial Arts practitioner, Psychologist, and fellow Podcaster. I found that hand to hand combat was really interesting to me. You could really improve yourself in any kind of combat. It kind of tell you who you are as a person, can you lose graciously, things like that… Gene Myers - Episode 708 Starting a podcast is not an easy feat…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about how to design a training space for yourself if you live in a small apartment. Setting Up a Training Space in an Apartment - Episode 707 Having a training space in your own home could be handy, especially in the time of a pandemic. However, it could be challenging if you don’t have the luxury of a big sp…
 
Danielle Orsino is a Martial Arts Practitioner and a fantasy novelist who wrote “The Birth of the Fae” series. It’s nice to have somebody to just tell me “hey, focus on the pad and don’t listen to the noise.” Because I’m getting critiqued and judged as an author for a while. You have those voices. So, its nice to have somebody to just be like “just…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew discuss the question Where Have All the Heroes Gone? Where Have All the Heroes Gone - Episode 705 The 1980’s is the golden age of Martial Arts culture. There were all sorts of shows such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Karate Kid, and tons of movies. These movies produced stars that became our Martial Art…
 
Mr. Jeff Nosanov is a Martial Arts practitioner, author, and spent a long time working at NASA. From the beginning I knew that the black belt felt so far away, I did not want it unless I absolutely earned it. Because I thought people got promoted to it just by showing up. I didn’t want that… Mr. Jeff Nosanov - Episode 704 The connection between Mar…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on another iteration of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #13 - Episode 693 Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions from you, the listeners, and some guests in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are the questions they tried to answer: For a stand-up style s…
 
As a public service announcement. If you have subscribed to Martial Thoughts Podcast, and are wondering why there are no new episodes. There was a technical situation on Jan 1st, 2022. The “old” Martial Thoughts is dead, and you’ll have to subscribe to the “new” Martial Thoughts Podcast. The logo is the same, but all the episodes will be listed as …
 
Walter Jones is a Martial Arts practitioner and he played the Black Ranger in the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series. What Martial Arts taught me was not to fight. It taught me the ability to walk away and to stand strong and be like: I’m not afraid of you, so what are you gonna do? And if you strike first, now I have the permission to…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about Martial Arts Tests: Pass, Fail, and Aftermath. Martial Arts Tests: Pass, Fail, and Aftermath - Episode 701 When is the right time to take a Martial Arts Test? What should students and instructors do after one passes or fails a test? In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk about Martial Arts Tests: Pass,…
 
In this episode, Jeremy, Andrew, and some friends of the show talk about the past 699 episodes and how the show got to Episode 700. Episode 700 We are so grateful to you, the listeners, for supporting the show up until Episode 700. In this episode, we look back on the past 699 episodes and what the future holds for the show along with some guests s…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Andrew talk everything about Masterminds and how it can help you as a school owner. Masterminds - Episode 699 What advantage does joining Masterminds give a Martial Arts school owner? For starters, a mastermind is a gathering of likeminded people where you can learn from each other. However, in this episode, Jeremy and A…
 
Shidoshi Ron Van Clief is a Martial Arts practitioner, instructor, and author, and he competed at the UFC 4. I just learned that Martial Arts is not just punching and kicking, it’s a form of life. A way of living. It’s a lifestyle. It isn’t just a technology for self-defense. And self-defense is to me isn’t punching and kicking. It’s doing the best…
 
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