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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 ...
 
Hi my name is Scott Boyd. I am a 6th dan in traditional karate do. I have been awarded the title of Shihan. I have been teaching karate for over 30 years and have compleated at all levels of martial arts tournaments including regional, state, national and international competitions and I was very successful at it. When it comes to competing in martial arts tournaments. I believe there are two types of competitors, firstly those who are naturally sports gifted and seem to do well at any sport ...
 
The research community like you have never heard it before. Join us, The Scientistt Podcast, along with a host of special guests, as we explore the realities of research life in the most honest and informative way possible. Delving deeper into the industry’s latest research and most pressing questions, and sharing the unique perspectives of some of the community’s leading figures. This is a podcast by researchers, for researchers. New episodes weekly. Scientistt, a free networking platform f ...
 
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Jenny and Tina are joined by Dan Willilams—a Tae Kwon Do Master Instructor who offers homeschoolers a unique form of Physical Education. Referenced in Today’s Episode: Williams Tae Kwon Do Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive rating and review!…
 
Deciding to homeschool your children can often feel like a leap of faith, especially if you have two working parents who run their own businesses! This week we get together with Missy Martens, who, along with her husband Jon, is the co-founder of Copper State Brewing Company, a brewery, restaurant, and coffee shop based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In …
 
How should we approach consent in the context of Aged Care? This is the question at the heart of an influential paper by Dr Vanessa Schouten, Dr Catherine Cook and Dr Mark Henrickson. Weighing up the role of autonomy, consent and intimacy in Aged Care settings, this conversation dives into the mechanics of how we - as individuals and as a society -…
 
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 on the Homeschool Loftcast we sit down with Vanya Koepke to hear about his experience of being homeschooled and the miraculous ways that God can be seen at work in his life. After living through several devastating traumas as a young child in Russia, and multiple attempts at adoption with foreign families, Vanya was finally adopted by a l…
 
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’s episode is all about homeschooling conventions! We hear from Jenny about her recent trip to the Cincinnati homeschool convention and why it was such a positive experience. Jenny shares some of her experiences and explains why the fear of feeling overwhelmed shouldn’t prevent you from visiting a convention. Tuning in you’ll hear about so…
 
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…
 
The Mars Rover is the “most complex machine ever sent to another planet. It is a one-ton robot with two brains, seventeen cameras, six wheels, nuclear power, and a laser beam on its head." It's every sci-fi fans dream, but it's (really) confusing. How does The Mars Rover work? How does it discover new life? What happens if it breaks? Joining us on …
 
The World Taekwondo Demonstration has wowed the world with their high flying, aerial stunt executing, board breaking, and breathtaking performances on NBC's primetime hit show, America's Got Talent. What started out as a long shot, Golden Buzzer saving pass in the preliminary rounds has turned into an international groundswell of support from taekw…
 
The stakes have never been higher. The world is more divided than ever before, and a significant part of the issue is that we can't agree on what counts as 'true'. This week's episode features Dr Kiki Sanford: host of the hugely popular 'This Week in Science' and science communicator extraordinaire. Here, she takes on the core challenge of vaccine …
 
Taekwondo Life Magazine's look at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Taekwondo results and their impact on the future of this global martial art. After spending three years covering the lead up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics taking place in 2021 we look at the, now concluded, Taekwondo results. What is the state of South Korea's Taekwondo program? Has Taekwondo be…
 
In this episode, Jenny and Tina introduce an invaluable resource for homeschoolers—The Homeschool Resource Roadmap! The Roadmap, a database providing current and prospective homeschool parents with free info on over 4,900 homeschool-oriented resource providers, is a wonderful tool for at-home learners. The Homeschool Resource Roadmap Tutorial Conne…
 
Is it ethical to experiment on primates? Pulitzer-prize winner Deborah Blum comes onto the pod to talk about her groundbreaking book - The Monkey Wars. Written in 1994 but reading like it was written today, the fraught ethical issues it touches on are as relevant as ever. Deborah and Jamie dig into the ethical basis for animal rights, the utilitari…
 
Martin Campbell is the famed Director of such films as James Bond's Goldeneye, Casino Royale, Jackie Chan's The Foreigner, and more. His newest action drama, The Protege', opens August 30th worldwide. This is the story of a child rescued by the legendary assassin Moody (Samuel L. Jackson) and trained in the family business, Anna (Maggie Q) and beco…
 
Jenny & Tina are joined by homeschooling veteran Hannah Tuimala who shares her story about homeschooling adoptive children, along with other great ideas, encouragement, and practical advice. Hannah's Blog Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive rating and review!…
 
More than 20% of American's will suffer from depression at some point in their lives - but traditional treatments are relatively ineffective. That, according to Dr Jyoti Mishra, is in part because current treatments are too 'blunt' an instrument. Simply put, "current health care standards are mostly just asking people how they feel and then writing…
 
Bleav in Jessica Fabus Cheng. Jessica Fabus Cheng was listed as one of Taekwondo Life Magazine's "10 Women to Watch". This distinction was for a reason; she is a mover and shaker and has just been named 2021 Mrs. New York America. In November, 2021 she will compete for the title of Mrs. America. Jessica is a health care worker, a spokesperson for D…
 
In this episode, Jenny and Tina are joined by veteran moms Vivian Lawyer and Shelly Shown, who homeschooled many children. Whether you're homeschooling in a large family or are looking for tips on organization, relationship-building, and educating well, this episode is a must-listen! Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If you e…
 
Dr Richard Wiseman has been described as "one of the most interesting and innovative experimental psychologists in the world today". He's sold more than 3 million books, he's a member of the Inner Magic Circle and his brand psychology communication has racked up more than 500 million views on YouTube. In this winding and thoroughly entertaining con…
 
A look at Well-Go USA's Hydra, a Japanese Martial Arts action thriller. Look for Hydra on Hi-Yah!, on Blue-ray, DVD and POD NOW! Hydra Is a Small Film That Packs a Big Punch. Hydrais a Japanese martial arts action action drama released by Well Go USAthis week. The film marks Kensuke Sonomura’s directorial debut and stars Masanori Mimoto as Takashi,…
 
Tina's new book, 8 Great Smarts for Homeschoolers: A Guide to Teaching Based on Your Child's Unique Strengths, is now available! Tune in for a conversation about the book itself, Tina's journey in writing it, and tips for identifying your child's unique strengths. Referenced in Today’s Episode: Tina's Book Visit the website for information about Ti…
 
On July 25, 2021 Team USA's 18 year old Sensation, Ana Zolotic made history as the first US Women's Taekwondo athlete to earn a Gold Medal since Taekwondo became a recognized Medal Sport. Here is a re-broadcast of our episode from 2019 as she was beginning her training in the USA National Center of Excellence, on her way to a future Olympic career.…
 
Tune in for a conversation with Noah Tetzner and Jeremy Tate—founder and CEO of the Classic Learning Test (CLT). CLT is a college entrance exam rooted in classical education. If your kids are college-bound, CLT is a wonderful alternative to the SAT and ACT. Referenced in Today’s Episode: Classic Learning Test (CLT) Anchored, a CLT Podcast Jeremy Ta…
 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach speaks with Taekwondo Life Magazine's, Marc Zirogiannis, about the current state of readiness for the Olympics, the spectator decision, the arrival of first Olympic athletes in Tokyo, and more. President Bach has visited the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2…
 
Many families considering homeschooling are concerned about their ability to afford it. Between buying curriculum and potentially living on one income, the leap into homeschooling can appear as a daunting financial risk. In today's episode, Jenny and Tina are joined by Joel Tetzner, a financial coach and homeschool dad who shares tips and tricks fo…
 
After weeks of discussion and deliberation the five (5) major parties involved in planning the 2020 Summer Olympic games came to the decision that No Spectators would be allowed as cases of COVID-19 rise in Japan and vaccination rates remain very low (5%). The International Olympic Committee (IOC), The International Paralympic Committee (IPC), The …
 
A conversation with accomplished actress, theater director, and homeschooling mom Molly Wenholz. Looking to connect your kids with a homeschooling theater group or start one in your area? Tune in to this episode for advice, ideas, and encouragement! Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a po…
 
On June 25, 2021 USA Taekwondo's Grand Prix East got under way in Greenville, South Carolina. This was the 3rd major post-Covid event hosted by USAT in order to allow Taekwondo athletes to return to competition in Poomsae and Sparring in preparation for the USAT Nationals. Marc Zirogiannis, Taekwondo Life Magazine's host and editor, attended the ev…
 
In this episode, we celebrate the many freedoms of homeschooling, and Tina provides a brief lesson on the history of homeschooling. Referenced in Today’s Episode: John Taylor Gatto's Books John Holt's Books Education: Does God Have an Opinion? Homeschool: An American History Homeschooling in America Homeschooling in New View National Home Education…
 
Will Fans Be Allowed At The Tokyo Olympics? The answer to this question can be found in the Statement on Spectator Capacities at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 issued on 21 June, 2021. The statement was issued by the five parties, namely the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Tokyo 2020 Organising…
 
Tune in for a roundtable discussion with three homeschool graduates. In this episode, Jenny & Tina feature their children, who share what it was like being homeschooled. Additionally, the graduates spend time describing what they're doing now (careers and otherwise) and how homeschooling has impacted their successes in life. Connect with Tina & Jen…
 
Taekwondo Life Magazine looks at the announcement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Refugee Team. Twenty-nine athletes competing across 12 sports and from 13 host National Olympic Committees (NOCs) will be part of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) Tokyo 2020. The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the composit…
 
In this episode, Tina & Jenny interview their husbands about a father's role in homeschooling. While often the provider, homeschool dads can play many important roles in the education of their kids. Tune in for a lively and down-to-earth discussion between four veteran homeschool parents! Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If …
 
Taekwondo Life Magazine has been covering every step of the Floyd Mayweather-Logan Paul Exhibition fight since it was announced last year. We brought to the attention of the world how Fanmio had postponed the fight, without a new date, and continued to take fan money. On Sunday June 6th the fight did happen and this episode provides a wrap up of th…
 
In this episode, Jenny and Tina reflect on their journeys through the homeschool curriculum wilderness. When it comes to curriculum, homeschooling parents often feel overwhelmed. Tune in for personal stories and practical advice that will help you select the best curriculum for your kids! Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If …
 
Marc Zirogiannis talks about the best seller book, Becoming Bulletproof: Protect Yourself, Read People, Influence Situations, and Live Fearlessly, by Evy Poumpouras. The host and Editor of Taekwondo Life Magazine talks about the books three sections: Protection, Reading People, and Influence. Poumpouras has woven her autobiographical experiences as…
 
Welcome to this first episode of The Homeschool Loftcast! Tune in for a conversation between two veteran homeschool moms as they reflect on when God called them to homeschool, advice for parents considering at-home education, and how the Homeschool Loft can help you homeschool! Connect with Tina & Jenny at: The Website Facebook Email If you enjoy t…
 
How do we measure success, productivity or efficiency? Elie AlChaer is a civil engineer who studied at the Lebanese American University, Byblos and completed his graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His experience in the construction industry led to the start of his research on productivity and how to measure it. In this epis…
 
With only two months left before the Opening Ceremonies of the Summer Games in Tokyo the infection rates in Tokyo are on the rise. Vaccination rates are low. There is confusion and panic over whether the games will happen, or if they should. Marc Zirogiannis, Taekwondo Life Magazine's Editor in Chief, presents some updates on this topic and a look …
 
In January 2020, today's guest was named a member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences by Pope Francis. That's right, Dani Rodrik is a seriously respected and world-renowned Turkish economist and Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard University. Publishing widely in the areas of international economics, economic developmen…
 
Master Valerie Loureda Update- Bellator 259. On Friday May 21, 2021 Taekwondo Master Valerie Loureda returned to the ring for Showtime's Bellator 259. Master Loureda faced Hannah Guy in her 3rd Bellator fight, which appeared on the Main Card for the first time. Although Master Loureda suffered her first defeat, the fight did go to the decision of t…
 
As the world emerges from the Global COVID-19 Pandemic, Taekwondo Life Magazine's Editor and host, Marc Zirogiannis, discusses the emergence of live Taekwondo events in the middle part of 2021. We look at some of the upcoming events, their sponsors, and caveats to look out for before traveling to out of state venues to compete in these tournaments.…
 
Who is today's guest? "Born in South Africa, I started my academic career at the University of Cape Town where I triple majored in Statistics, Economics, and Philosophy. I realised fairly late on that my passion was in physics, so I moved to the Uk to complete my undergraduate in theoretical physics at Queen Mary University of London. During that p…
 
A discussion of the overhaul of the USA Taekwondo Officiating program and a look at AAU Taekwondo's latest Referee appointment. From our April/May 20210 Issue-USA Taekwondo has completed its restructure of referee leadership following a comprehensive review and interview process, providing a strong platform moving forward for the recruitment, devel…
 
Kyosanim Jason Aptekar joins Marc Zirogiannis to discuss his commitment to service and its relationship to the principles of Taekwondo. Jason has embarked on a mission to raise funds for some worthy causes. Sunday May 2, 2021 is Jason's first Challenge of 2021 - a virtual Half Marathon for The Flying Pig Marathon of Cincinnati. Raising money for th…
 
Professor Sir Simon Baron-Cohen is a cognitive neuroscientist and the Director of the Autism Research Centre, based at Cambridge University. Baron-Cohen was knighted in the 2021 New Year Honours for services to people with autism, as well as making major contributions to the fields of typical cognitive sex differences, autism prevalence and screeni…
 
From Taekwondo Life Magazine's Review: The Paper Tigers is a winner! When I heard that the film's Writer and Director, Quoc Boa Tran, opted to take The PaperTigers off the Hollywood studio track and produce this martial arts movie project using the Crowd-Funding route I became very curious. Before seeing the film I had very low expectations for it.…
 
Prof Tim Noakes is a South African scientist and former Emeritus professor in division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at the University of Cape Town. As one of the very highest rated members of the National Research Foundation, it would make sense to listen to what he thinks about sports nutrition right? Noakes is a big supporter of a low-…
 
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