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Updated July 2020
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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.
 
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Part 3 of my interview with Michael Hagen, Sensei - Apex Karate Performance is here. This is the final episode in a 3 Part series I did with Michael in May 2020. If you are interested in learning more about Michael and Apex Karate Performance check out his YouTube page, Facebook and Instagram. All loaded with great content. https://www.apexkaratepe…
 
Welcome back to the interview series with Michael Hagen Sensei. This is Part 2 of the series and in this episode, we get to listen to Michael describe his rise to a National Team Kata Champion and his competition in the WKF. Although by listening to Michael talk you would never know he is a multi-time Team USA National Champion. He definitely maint…
 
This is episode one of a three-episode series with Michael Hagen, Sensei. Michel began his martial arts training in Taekwon Do in his home state of Alaska. In his university days he was able to travel to Japan and he of course kept training. This was his introduction to Shito-Ryu. Many years later he hasn’t looked back. Please enjoy Part 1 with Mic…
 
This is the final episode of my interview with Sensei Pat McGale. In Part 1 we learned about his time in Okinawa Kenpo growing up here on Okinawa. In Part 2 we learned about his days of WuShu in the San Francisco area. In Part 3 we learned about his return to the Okinawa arts when he was introduced to the Omine Karate Dojo. In this final episode we…
 
OKP brings you Part 3 with Pat McGale Sensei. In Part 1 we learned about his Okinawa Kenpo years. In Part 2 we learned about his WuShu years. In Part 3 we learn about his introduction to Susan Budge Sensei at the Omine Karate Dojo in San Bruno, CA. https://www.facebook.com/ominekarate/ http://ominekarate.com/ominekarate/ See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
This is Part 2 with Pat McGale Sensei. Previously in Part 1 we learned about his training in Okinawa Kenpo beginning at age 5 until he left the island of Okinawa at age 23. In Part 2 we learn about getting kicked out of a TKD Studio, for a side kick no less, and his 10+ years in WuShu. Webpage of Pat Sensei's WuShu Coach, Richard Branden. Sadly Ric…
 
Pat McGale started training at the age of five with Master Odo Seikichi of Okinawa Kenpo. By age seven he had already cut himself badly with kama, by age 13 he was competing in the black belt division in karate and kobudo tournaments and bringing home hardware. Five decades later he is still training and teaching Okinawa Karate. In Episode 1 with P…
 
This is my first long distance video, as you can tell when it cuts off mid-stream. But with crazy times comes crazy videos. Get out there and train on tour own. Coronavirus sucks! This interview is with my good friend Richard Canton of Canton Martial Arts. https://www.cantonmartialarts.org.uk/ Richard is a kick ass fighter, and a well rounded marti…
 
A very special thank you to Ron Nix Sensei, Miss Akemi Nix and Brandon Nix for taking time for this interview. This interview was filmed at the Nix Family Dojo in January 2020. https://www.seidokankarate.org Please standby for that footage from OkiLife. After recording this interview, I learned they were able to salvage most of the footage from our…
 
This #OKP interview is with the amazingly talented Jonathan Seavey of the Shobukan Goju-Ryu Dojo. Jonathan got his start in Tang So Doo (in my hometown of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania) and after moving around a bit he found his belonging in a traditional Goju-Ryu Dojo. Take a listen to his journey and please follow his Instagram and Dojo Homepage for …
 
What’s this? The Okinawa Karate Podcast visits a Tang Soo Do Dojang? That’s right. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, here it is: Here’s the full interview I conducted with Master Kevin Robinson, Tang Soo Do, while visiting my hometown over the summer. Master Robinson is one of the coolest, down to earth, honest and authentic people I have ever …
 
Hello and thank you again for listening to the Okinawa Karate Podcast. It's been more than three months since I've recorded an audio only podcast and that's because I've been focusing more on video content recently. Check out the Okinawa Karate Podcast YouTube page and OkiLife for more. Well what seems like old news now, Shuri Castle was mostly des…
 
Hey there OKP listeners, As always, thank you for tuning it. It is June 30, 2019 and in this episode I talk about some upcoming events in July that are taking place at the Okinawa Karate Kaikan (some great seminars and two very important anniversaries) and I will share my thoughts on training outside the dojo with the help of a very cool blog post …
 
*** Note *** Use external speakers for better audio quality. It was a very rainy Okinawa day and there is terrible background noise from the rain (windows were open and fans running in the dojo) . In this interview I had the pleasure to visit the Ryukyu Kobudo Shimbukan Hombu Dojo on Tomigusuku Okinawa for a tour and interview with Dell Hamby Sense…
 
In Episode 17 of the Okinawa Karate Podcast I bring you Part 2 of the Isshin-Ryu Chronicles with Sensei Harvey Kennedy. Kennedy Sensei has over 50 years training in the martial arts, most of which is in Isshin-Ryu. He had quite a time in the tournament days and has some interesting stories to share. An absolutely pure gentlemen, Kennedy Sensei was …
 
In this episode I discuss a variety of topics. First up is a shoutout to a great dojo called The Karate Edge. The Karate Edge is located in Edgewood Washington which sits just on the east side of Tacoma and about 1 1/2 hours south of Seattle. Check them out at the link below. I also discuss two visitors from the USA that found my podcast and reache…
 
In this episode I talk about Karate getting the shaft for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, breaking news about a photo once thought to be Anko Itosu, and finally I give a shoutout to two guys creating their own Karate podcast I think is worth checking out. Links for this episode: • Anko Itosu photograph news: http://okic.okinawa/en/archives/news/…
 
Hello again OKP listeners! Thank you for tuning in to Episode 14 of the Okinawa Karate Podcast. For this episode I get to sit down with my friend and Senpai, who happens to be one heck of a karate-ka, Mr. James Pankiewicz. James is the owner of the Dojo Bar, Asato Dojo, and also runs the website www.challengeokinawa.com Up front I need to apologize…
 
EP13 - Andy Sloane - The Isshin-Ryu Chronicles Pt1 Interview Date: January 12, 2019 Andy Sloane is a 6th Degree Black Belt in Isshin-Ryu Karate. He has almost three decades of martial arts experience and is likely in the top three of most knowledgeable sources for Isshin-Ryu history. In this episode of the Okinawa Karate Podcast Andy Sensei gives u…
 
In this interview conducted on January 6, 2019, at the Asato Dojo in Asato, Naha Okinawa Japan, I had the pleasure to discuss KishimotoDi with Mr. Ulf Karlsson. Ulf Sensei is one heck of a practitioner with a keen eye for technique and kata analyzation based off his decades of research, study, and training. I was able to attend three seminars taugh…
 
On January 2, 2019, fresh on the heels of the KNX18 in none other than Okinawa Japan, I had the opportunity to sit down for my second interview with The Karate Nerd, Jesse Enkamp. It was Jesse Sensei's last day on Okinawa before heading back home to Sweden. I cannot thank him enough for taking some time to sit down with me for this interview. I mus…
 
This is the 10th Episode of the Okinawa Karate Podcast but the first that I have recorded in video which can be found on YouTube (https://youtu.be/5DyTQwK5tmQ). This is of course the audio only portion. In this episode I interview Ben Eayrs aka The Kilted Karateka. Ben is a super cool dude and a fine karate-ka that is living life to the fullest. He…
 
I am pleased to upload this interview with Kyoshi Peter Polander, owner of Polander Academy of Martial Arts and founder of International Okinawan Kempo Federation. I have been following Polander Sensei on social media for several years and could not wait to meet him. As luck would have it he visited Okinawa to teach at a seminar in conjunction with…
 
Edited August 25: At Paul's request I will add comment here about two minor mistakes Paul made in the interview. 1) Isao Toma Sensei was a student of Soken Sensei, not Nishihira Sensei. 2) Paul referenced a "chicken beak" strike in Chinto. He was actually referring to the well known strike in Gojushiho but in the conversation he said Chinto. In thi…
 
In Episode 7 of the Okinawa Karate Podcast I sit down with the one and only Dr. Hagan Walter. He’s a Sai weilding physicist from Germany and a Gold Medal Winner at the First Okinawa International Tournament. Put on your science caps and listen to this man discuss his karate history, his discovery of the hips (how hard can that be you ask????) and c…
 
July 28, 2018 unveiling of the monument for Sagugawa Tode. July 29, 2018 unveiling of the monument for Chibana Chosin. Check Okinawa Karate Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for pictures. Also a brief discussion about the Jesse Enkamp Naihanchi Tegumi Flow seminar. Wrap up with comments about the upcoming Okinawa Karate World Tournament. …
 
This was super exciting and fun to sit down with The Karate Nerd, Jesse Enkamp. Wow what an honor. He is certainly a Professional Karate Nerd as he describes. I hope you enjoy the podcast. As always, thank you very much for listening. Please be sure to like and follow Okinawa Karate Podcast at the following Social Medial Platforms for all updates. …
 
This episode is brought to you by Typhoon Prapiroon, The Rain God of Thai, because I recorded it as Okinawa was getting hit with the typhoon on July 1, 2018. In this episode I will provide an update about the 1st Okinawa Karate International Tournament. Go to the official website at https://okinawa-karate.okinawa/en/ and click on the Tournament tab…
 
This interview was recorded on June 24, 2018, at the Dojo Bar in Naha Okinawa. http://www.dojobarnaha.com The interview followed two days of Long Fist Mantis training conducted by the Sifu Yoshida Naotsugu and his Senior Coach John Eusebio. Yoshida Sifu was born in Tomigusuku Okinawa 41 years ago. At age 9 he began training in Goju Ryu under famed …
 
Welcome to The Okinawa Karate Podcast, the only Karate podcast based directly from the Birthplace of Karate, Okinawa Japan. My name is Josh Simmers and I am very blessed to call the island of Okinawa home. 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…
 
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