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whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is the only bi-weekly podcast devoted to the traditional martial arts in all forms. We dig into what makes martial artists tick, their history and experience… and tell some great stories in the process. It’s all about bringing martial artists together and learning from one another. Our guests include the famous and the unknown, from taekwondo, karate, hapkido, capoeira, kungfu, FMA, HEMA and everything else you can imagine.
 
A weekly podcast including news, events, personal stories from brothers Philip and Michael Whitlock. find us on fb- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Talk-TKD/584148355055991?sk=timeline and subscribe on youtube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbyCU5luvrj2HpuaKUMz-qA/videos
 
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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Professor Mark Reding is a martial arts practitioner, Head Professor, and founder at the Reding Martial Arts in Texas. Life is about learning. We as martial artists are fortunate that we are in an art that we can always learn in. Professor Mark Reding - Episode 538 For a person who has no interest in any sports, doing martial arts is way out of his…
 
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the twelfth Episode of the whistlekick Live. We have new segments and surprises! whistlekick LIVE (Episode 12) - Episode 537 Today's episode is the twelfth installment for the Martial Arts Radio Live. Jeremy answers questions and reads stories from the listeners as well as giving out some cool trivia about martial …
 
In this 7th episode I talk with Coach Israel Halperin. Dr Halperin has a PhD in Sport and Exercise Science, and currently resides in Tel Aviv, Israel where he lectures and researches. With a rich history of participation in martial arts as a professional competitor and coach, Israel offers a rather unique academic and practical perspective towards …
 
Sensei Lorenzo Sandoval is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is the head instructor at the Ageless Martial Arts in Las Vegas. Human movement is what I'm really big on because everyone is different. everyone is going to fight differently. There is no right or wrong style. Sensei Lorenzo Sandoval - Episode 536 Growing up in a tough home,…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of friendship in Martial Arts training and lifestyle. Friendship - Episode 535 How important is friendship in your Martial Arts life? Is it a matter of not getting hurt or hurting others in drills or sparring? Friendship in the martial arts is more than that and it involves emotions and being vulne…
 
Mr. Matt Stait is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, and a best-selling author. He is founder at the Modern Samurai Martial Arts Academy. It's really interesting that somebody with a good foundation in one art, I think, will have a much easier time understanding other arts because the fundamentals remains the same. Mr. Matt Stait - Episode 53…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about how tearing each other down hurts us all and how we can be better as martial artists How Tearing Each Other Down Hurts Us All - Episode 533 When an outsider is interested training in martial arts asks for recommendations, the response of the people in martial arts usually pulls other school or style down. Like a …
 
Sensei Ron Kluger is a martial arts practitioner and instructor based in Israel. He's the head of Karatedo International. In my opinion, to be a fine martial artist is one thing and to be a fine teacher you need both. You need to be a fine technician and a fine teacher. You need to Invest in both important factors. Sensei Ron Kluger - Episode 352 W…
 
In this 6th episode I talk with founder and creator of "Train Ugly'' and ''The Learner Lab'', Trevor Ragan. Trevor, is an educator, coach and practice design consultant across several sports, working including, basketball, baseball and rugby. For the last decade, Trevor has been at the forefront of a mission to optimize coaching, learning and train…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the difference between having martial arts as a hobby or as a lifestyle Martial Arts - Lifestyle vs Hobby - Episode 531 Martial arts is either a lifestyle or a hobby for most of us. Doing martial arts as a hobby is perfectly fine however, if you are living a martial arts lifestyle, how is your training come with …
 
Sensei Andy Sloane is a martial arts practitioner and instructor who have taught in every Navy Station where he was assigned. He is currently stationed in Okinawa, Japan. I always tell my students, I feel you are far more likely to fall down in your life than you already have doing those martial arts techniques... Sensei Andy Sloane - Episode 530 S…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the early morning show on YouTube, the First Cup Revisiting First Cup - Episode 529 Every morning in the last two years, Jeremy goes live on youtube for his very first cup of coffee in the day to talk about martial arts and anything under the sun. Looking back, the show has a following although it's not as big as…
 
Sensei Chris Chase is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is the President of The Okinawa Isshinryu Karate Kobudo Association. Nobody has all the answers. That's what makes Karate masters so special. It's not that they're superhumans, it's that they're humans. They have the same challenges and setbacks that everybody else does but it's h…
 
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the eleventh Episode of the Martial Arts Radio Live Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 11) - Episode 521 Today's episode is the eleventh installment for the Martial Arts Radio Live. Jeremy answers questions and reads stories from the listeners as well as giving out some cool trivia about martial arts or anything unde…
 
Mr. Jason Brick is a martial arts practitioner, a successful Journalist, and a host of an upcoming podcast! I like that experience from martial arts that being told over and over again; "That's not right, do it again." In a way, I know my Sifu wasn't' angry with me, I was just doing it wrong and I was expected to fix it. It absolutely contributed t…
 
In this 5th episode I talk with Michigan State University's Coordinator of Sports Coaching and Leadership, Andy Driska PhD. Andy talks about different kinds of feedback, what is effective and what's not, and bridging some of the gaps between the Sports Science academics and the day to day sports coaches and practitioners. Andy is able to do so as b…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks with Sensei Jenni Sui and Sensei Jason Hoard about Martial Arts Programs for Homeschool Students Martial Arts Programs for Homeschool Students - Episode 525 As the COVID-19 Pandemic is seen to stay for a while, homeschooling is being considered by most parents to avoid getting their children infected. So in this episod…
 
Hanshi Alan Libby is a martial arts practitioner and instructor of Ko Koro Kempo and founder at the Kwoon Karate Academy of Self-defense People walk into the door, they're not going to tell you what they need right off quick. They don't even know you. So you have to get over that getting to know them because you don't want to teach them the wrong t…
 
Unknown Speaker 0:01 What if I told you that all combat sports are based on the same biological principles, and most people are preparing for them the wrong way. Unknown Speaker 0:20 I'm actually going to lay out for you, the science and the training that will help you achieve the best results. Whether you're talking about boxing, or grappling, or …
 
In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Sensei Craig Wharem where they talk about How Martial Arts Schools Can Survive COVID-19 How Martial Arts Schools Can Survive COVID-19 - Episode 523 Learning martial arts is a great thing but teaching and giving back to the school where you learned martial arts as a young person is truly fulfilling. Sensei Craig …
 
Sayagyi David Osborne is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at the Professional Self Defense Training Systems 9 in Cincinnati, Ohio Thinking is above all of the weapon systems in Bando. You can be the most devastating fighters out there, but if you can't think yourself out of a given situation, then whats the point? Sayagyi David Osborne - …
 
In this fourth episode, I talk with Jeff 'Jackie' Chan. Jeff is the creator of the hugely popular MMA Shredded YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt1ZR07apYANZ3MmlbipIXg and a professional fighter currently signed to ONE FC. Jeff's training videos and tutorials differ from most typical coaching videos in that he demonstrates the skil…
 
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the tenth Episode of the Martial Arts Radio Live Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 10) - Episode 521 Today's episode is the tenth installment for the Martial Arts Radio Live. Jeremy answers questions and reads stories from the listeners as well as giving out some cool trivia about martial arts or anything under the …
 
Kaiden Gad is a martial artist and a sword instructor who help founded the Western Circle of Sword Fighters in California. I wanna say that I perhaps had the best dojo in the world. Because living in Connecticut, I had a beach, mountains, forest open area, places to climb and jump, balance, train. We used everything like it was our dojo, everything…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about Creating Habits, it's advantages, and why is it challenging. Creating Habits - Episode 519 Creating a habit can be challenging for everyone but how can it be achieved can be summed into; frequency and consistency. In this episode, Jeremy talks about creating habits and shares his experience about he creates his o…
 
Emily Kwok is a martial arts practitioner, master instructor, and founder at the Princeton Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. If I'm trying to be an instructor, that is a very different skillset from being a practitioner. When I am a business owner combined with an instructor and I am looking at the experience of a new student versus a competitor, I try to sympa…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of competitions and how virtual competitions fare during these times. Virtual Competitions - Episode 517 Many events and competitions for martial arts have been canceled and rescheduled at a later date due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As the world is quite unsure of the time we can all go back to our …
 
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