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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.
 
Taekwondo's #1 podcast, featuring interviews, news, training techniques, and information about Taekwondo from the pages of Taekwondo Life Magazine. We Celebrate Life Through Taekwondo, and here is the place to hear the best guests and get the most updated information on the art and sport of Taekwondo. From coverage of the Summer Olympics to the latest martial arts action film reviews, Taekwondo Life Magazine is always first on the scene with the most thorough coverage and enjoyable. Nominate ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to the motivated martial arts podcast. Your hosts Jackson White and Gavin Cook have been friends and taekwondo training partners for nearly 40 years. This Podcast will bring you a mixture of their life stories, Martial arts and business experiences to motive you throughout your martial arts journey, adding in a mixture of inspiring interviews with some of the best traditional martial artists around today.
 
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In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on Reconciling Competition vs Cooperation in Training. Reconciling Competition vs Cooperation in Training - Episode 651 As humans, it is inherent for us to have that competitive nature where we always want to be ahead of another or we just want to win. Sometimes, this thirst for winning puts us …
 
On this week’s podcast the Motivated Martial artists – Jackson White & Gavin Cook talk to young and upcoming TAGB fighter Kieran Sullivan Kieran was born in Newport and started Karate when he was 4 years old he did this for a few years before finding a local TaeKwonDo club and joining with his older brother. He fell in love with the sport with lots…
 
Sempai Angel and Sensei Samuel Diaz are Martial Arts practitioners and Instructors at Stratford Shotokan Karate. One of the things that we try to drive home to our students is that, the training that you're embarking on, what you're enduring in that hour and a half class, is a reflection of life. So the same way that you're facing the struggle duri…
 
On this 38th episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will be answering all sorts of hot nonsense from YouTube. Lots of gems, lots of Choy Li Fut, lots of “yo, I got the secret Yip Man death touch book from under his bed, you wanna see?” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersion-cour…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on How much injury is OK. How Much Injury is OK - Episode 649 What could be done in order to train more effectively? On one hand, doing the safest training could be not the most effective, and on the other hand, we can train rougher just to bring out the skills. The latter is more prone to injur…
 
ESCAPE FROM MOGADISHU, the Well Go USA Entertainment release on digital October 19. You can find out more about this film at: https://www.wellgousa.com/films/escap... Synopsis- Dramatically constructed based on a true story: as civil war rages in Mogadishu, rival North and South Korean diplomats are left trapped. With no aid from either government,…
 
On this week’s podcast the Motivated Martial artists – Jackson White & Gavin Cook talk to martial arts legends Bill ‘SUPERFOOT’ Wallace and Kenny Herrera chatting about everything from grading with Chuck Norris to teaching Elvis Presley martial arts and making films with everyone from Jackie Chan to John Belushi. Bill Wallace- Wallace was born in P…
 
Hanshi Thomas LeBrun is a Martial Arts practitioner, former close protection for celebrities, and an author. I knew that I wanted to keep going with making the atmosphere safe for other people. So, I kind of veered somewhat from traditional martial arts to, say, what actually works on the street… Hanshi Thomas LeBrun - Episode 647 Some of us may at…
 
On this 37th episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will be discussing the Alex Ben Block/Bruce Lee interview. Lots of gems, lots of Zheet Koon Do, lots of “what kind of Chinese Karate did your Sensei teach you, Bruce Lee?” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersion-course-w-sifu-al…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams give us a new episode of How To Fight and they are joined by Sensei Greg Williams. How to Fight Chiwetel Ejiofor as Mike Terry in Redbelt - Episode 647 The 2008 film Redbelt is about Mike Terry (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a jiujitsu trainer who refuses to fight inside the ring, was forced to go back in the r…
 
In the 2019 blockbuster film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino scripted a controversial and memorable scene where his lead character, Rick Dalton, encounters and fights a very brash and arrogant, Bruce Lee. Despite the film's fictional nature the scene, and the positive response to the film, the scene created an uproar in the martia…
 
Jordan Cann is a Martial Arts practitioner, professional dancer, actor, and filmmaker. Because I was a dancer, it made me a better Martial Artist. It made me understand my body a little bit more and how to move it in certain ways. It also helped me improve my technique when it comes to puches, straight lines, and things like that… Jordan Cann - Epi…
 
On this 36th episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will answer all sorts of hot nonsense from YouTube. Lots of gems, lots of training for prison, lots of “I’ll fight you… but only if you use the super secret style you learned from Yip Man!” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersio…
 
On this week’s podcast the Motivated Martial artists – Jackson White & Gavin Cook chat to the truly inspirational World Taekwondo Para (WT) Olympian & Multiple World International Taekwondo Federation (ITF) able bodied Sparing and Patterns champion, Amy Truesdale. Amy Truesdale (born 20 January 1989) is a taekwondo practitioner who won Gold at the …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on Training Under Confusion. Training Under Confusion - Episode 643 There are times that we are not in the right balance maybe because of fatigue or sleep deprivation. Or if the moment someone hit you at the back of your head and you become dazed and unable to find your footing. How do we react …
 
Sensei Angel Lemus is a martial arts practitioner, publisher, and instructor in various dojos such as Zenseikai Karate Kobujitsu Renmei in Hawaii. Doing a solo form, you really do need to have somebody explain it to you because they're very deceptive. It's like seeing a painting. But then, when you try to paint and you don't know how to paint, it's…
 
On this 35th episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will answer all sorts of hot nonsense from YouTube. Lots of gems, lots of training for prison, lots of “Bruce Lee would have made a great Yoda!” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersion-course-w-sifu-alex Support the KFG on Patre…
 
The New York Open Taekwondo Championships and Korean Cultural Festival has been one of the largest Taekwondo tournaments and cultural events in New York State, for over ten (10) years. The event features World Class Sparring and Poomsae, Grass Roots Sparring and Poomsae, Board Breaking, Weapons, and Demo Team Competition. Additionally, this event f…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on the Financial Considerations of Opening a Martial Arts School. Financial Considerations of Opening a Martial Arts School - Episode 643 As Martial Artists, most of us may have thought of passing along our knowledge to other people by way of building a dojo or martial arts school. However, open…
 
Sensei Linda Lane is a Martial Arts practitioner and instructor at the Kensho Karate Cumberland. We’re not trying to do new things, we’re taking our old things and really seeing what we can find in there. Finding what’s efficient, where the body mechanics are, making every person have their own tool box of what they think would work for them… Sense…
 
On this 34th episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will be breaking down the Bruce Lee/Ted Thomas interview. Lots of gems, lots of violent anger, lots of “I am definitely no saint...” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersion-course-w-sifu-alex Support the KFG on Patreon! Get epis…
 
Shijak Author-Master Kathryn Yang is the guest on this week's program. Master Yang is a Harvard trained lawyer, a Taekwondo Master, and the author of an inspiring work of sports fiction, Shijak-To Begin: A Modern Martial Arts Story. She talks to Marc Zirogiannis about this book, about her taekwondo career and about how she has adapted the impact of…
 
This week the Motivated Martial Artists Jackson White and Gavin Cook talk to 15 time world champion Colin Boxshall. Colin started martial arts in his late teens at a Wadō-ryū karate club with his older brother and trained there until he was a first dan. He then moved to a kickboxing club after leaving karate as he got older. He found a passion for …
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on another iteration of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #7 - Episode 641 Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions from you, the listeners, in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are the questions they tried to answer: Do you think kata or forms suffer PR pr…
 
On this 33nd episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will be answering all sorts of hot nonsense from YouTube. Lots of gems, lots of animal styles, lots of “You gonna let Bruce Lee dent your car homey?” Let’s get to it! Immersion Training with the KFG: https://www.citywt.com/immersion-course-w-sifu-alex Support the KFG on …
 
Grandmaster Cynthia Rothrock is a Martial Arts practitioner and actress. She is dubbed as the “Queen of Martial Arts Films.” I looked at him and I said… You could probably find 50 twenty-year-olds but how many of my age can you see doing what I’m doing? And then the didn’t say anything… And I said, that’s why you’re not making money on any of your …
 
Keanu Reeves is one of the best known movie stars in the world. His pictures have grossed more than $6 billion dollars worldwide. The Matrix Trilogy and the John Wick Films have accounted for more than $2 billion in box office ticket sales over the past two decades. These are among the best and most influential films of a generation, and they make …
 
This week the Motivated Martial Artists Jackson White and Gavin Cook talk to Owner / Head Instructor of Ninja Tots and Kids, Victoria Foote. Victoria is a 4th degree black belt and started doing Martial Arts when she was just 17 years old joining a local class with her friend and falling for the art she carried on with taekwondo all the way through…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams give us a new episode of How To Fight and they are joined by Dr. Jean Kanokogi. How to Fight Jean-Claude Van Damme as Kurt Sloane in Kickboxer (1989) - Episode 639 The 1989 film Kickboxer is the first installment to the Kickboxer series of movies and it’s starred by Jean-Claude Van Damme. Kurt Sloane…
 
Joe Crawford is a Martial Arts practitioner and the author of the book Jove Brand is Near Death. The idea of throwing a snap kick which has gained enormous popularity in the UFC particularly with Conor McGregor. This is the day one kick of Karate. The awakening of the masses going: “This kick really works!” Joe Crawford - Episode 638 J.A. Crawford …
 
On this 32nd episode of the Kung Fu Genius Podcast, the KFG (aka Alex Richter) will be answering all sorts of hot nonsense from YouTube. Lots of gems, lots of William Cheung, lots of “Well Jackie Chan didn’t do ALL of his stunts!” Let’s get to it! Support the KFG on Patreon! Get episodes early as well as exclusive content including English Translat…
 
The USA Taekwondo team's, Evan Medell, won the historic Bronze medal as Taekwondo debuted in the 2020 Paralympics on International Taekwondo Day. Brianna Salinaro and Evan Medell were the first US Athletes to represent the USA Taekwondo program as the action got underway in Tokyo for the 2020 games (happening in 2021). On September 4th, Internation…
 
This week the Motivated Martial Artists Jackson White and Gavin Cook talk to Former 3x TaeKwonDo World Champion Debbie Hill Debbie's first love in sport is Tae Kwon do which she is has been doing for over 29 years and she is a 6th dan Black belt. She has been teaching since 1996 in Wincanton and Gillingham. She was also in the British Tae Kwon Do t…
 
In this episode, listen in as Jeremy and Andrew talk about the importance of flexibility in the Martial Arts. Martial Arts vs Martial Science - Episode 637 Martial Arts is a very broad term wherein we almost conveniently put everything, even those that don’t involve Martial Arts in the traditional sense, under its umbrella. In this episode, Jeremy …
 
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