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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.

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.

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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.

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English


Episodes

Episode 516 - Expert Instructor Raz Chen

7/6/2020
Expert Instructor Raz Chen is a martial art practitioner and instructor of Krav Maga and he is from Israel. I believe that training doesn't have to only be physical. I can be an awareness of your health and nutrition. Staying hydrated, taking care of your mental health, meditation, rest, and recovery. I think it's doing things with balance and not too much. Expert Instructor Raz Chen - Episode 516 The similarities of Krav Maga and Capoeira is almost non-existent aside from it's both...

Duration:01:02:19

Episode 515 - Is Martial Arts Inherently Sexist

7/2/2020
In this episode, Jeremy tries to answer a controversial question: Is Martial Arts Inherently Sexist? Is Martial Arts Inherently Sexist - Episode 515 In the spirit of spreading traditional martial arts all over the world, it's important to talk about the role of women. What could be the reasons why women are less likely to participate in the martial arts than men? In this episode, Jeremy tries to answer is martial arts inherently sexist or it's just a question of leadership and lack of role...

Duration:00:16:08

Episode 514 - Mr. Jon Hurwitz

6/29/2020
Mr. Jon Hurwitz is an actor, film director, producer, and part of the cast of the legendary movie, The Karate Kid When there's that many people who loves something, a movie like karate kid, you're going to watch it over and over gain over the years, it's ingrained in your life in a major way and you think about it in all sorts of different ways. So it's not surprising that many people across the world would have examined the Karate Kid and thought about it in a different kind of way. Mr....

Duration:00:55:33

Episode 513 - Growing Opportunity for Martial Arts in Homeschooling

6/25/2020
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the growing opportunity for Martial Arts in Homeschooling Coming Opportunity for Martial Arts in Homeschooling - Episode 513 Homeschooling has been around for decades and we see that the trend might be climbing towards it. As an observation, homeschooled children have a lot more flexible school day activities and that's where the opportunity for martial arts to come in. In this episode, Jeremy talks about the growing opportunity for Martial Arts in...

Duration:00:12:57

Episode 512 - Shihan Charles Garrett

6/22/2020
Shihan Charles Garrett is a practitioner and instructor of Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Matsumura Seito Karate-do based in California. To me, martial arts is the best thing to keep us from having to get in a fight because our energy tells us automatically where the disturbance is. On the other hand, we have a requirement of being a guardian because when you really master the martial arts, you truly become a guardian of where you live. You have to learn to protect those that need to be protected...

Duration:01:18:13

Episode 511 - Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 9)

6/18/2020
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the ninth Episode of the Martial Arts Radio Live entitled: We Have More That Binds Us Than Divides Us Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 9) - Episode 511 Today's episode is the ninth installment for the Martial Arts Radio Live. Jeremy answers questions and reads stories from the listeners as well as giving out some cool trivia. In this episode, we have a new segment where we talk about martial arts in the news. Listen to find out a lot of surprise...

Duration:00:47:12

Episode 510 - Ms. Shirley Meier

6/15/2020
Ms. Shirley Meier is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. She is an author of science fiction and fantasy from Canada. The difference between a soldier and a warrior is that a soldier just does what they're told, trusting the chain of command. A warrior makes their own decisions. Is this worth fighting over? Is this worth going to hell for? Ms. Shirley Meier - Episode 510 Most of us learned martial arts because we need self-defense but there are some who learned for a whole...

Duration:01:15:59

Episode 509 - Speed Development Program

6/11/2020
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the newest addition to whistlekick's training programs, the Speed Development Program Speed Development Program - Episode 509 Speed is an important part of martial arts and it works for physical training too. However, there are close to zero materials for speed training in the martial arts that are available in the market today. In this episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of speed training, what are the advantages, and more importantly, how this...

Duration:00:19:34

Episode 508 - Sensei Daryl Vidal

6/8/2020
Sensei Darryl Vidal is a martial arts practitioner and instructor of different styles. He's teaching the Vidal Kenpo program. I think the more important thing less than the fact that that's what Bruce Lee did was that they're all great systems to offer and mixing them together is very rewarding and practical to some extent. It is definitely part of my whole Karate make up. Sensei Darryl Vidal - Episode 508 Having been exposed to Eskrima, a Filipino art of stick fighting, at a young age,...

Duration:01:05:56

Episode 507 - Fights to the Death

6/4/2020
In this episode, Jeremy tries to answer a question from a listener about Fights to the Death Fights to the Death - Episode 507 From video games to team sports to Hollywood movies, how obsessed people are with violence? In this episode, Jeremy tries to answer a question about Fights to the Death which includes some of America's most beloved sports from MMA to Boxing fights to American Football as well as one of the best selling video games. Listen and join the conversation!

Duration:00:12:58

Episode 506 - Mr. Jack O'Halloran

6/1/2020
Mr. Jack O'Halloran is a Martial arts practitioner, former boxer, and actor who became famous for his role in the original Superman films. Bruce would go down into neighborhoods knowing that people are going to mug him. He would take guns off guys and I told him, "Bruce, you can't do that kind of stuff, these kids will shoot you..." And he said "Nah, they ain't fast enough.." Mr. Jack O'Halloran - Episode 506 Mr. Jack O'Halloran grew up in a tough background. Because of his father's work,...

Duration:01:15:20

Episode 505 - The Next Year

5/28/2020
In this episode, Jeremy talks about what's happened with whistlekick in this pandemic and what's in store in the next year The Next Year - Episode 505 Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic that shattered the global economy into pieces, there are things to be thankful for here at whistlekick. Incidentally, just when the global quarantine is starting, we've released our hot selling Strength and Conditing Program that kept us in shape through these tough times. Most importantly, the podcast that...

Duration:00:17:43

Episode 504 - Kwang Jang Nim C.M. Griffin

5/25/2020
Kwang Jang Nim C.M. Griffin is a practitioner and instructor of the Korean art of Hwa Rang Do in Cincinnati, Ohio You think you know but you don't, you can't do XYZ. Sometimes it's good to let the student put their head in the fire and get burned. Professor Powell used to say, pain is a wonderful teacher because you will not forget the pain and you will always remember the lesson it taught you. Kwang Jang Nim C.M. Griffin - Episode 504 Watching the Green Hornet as a kid sounds normal, but...

Duration:01:23:31

Episode 503 - Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 8)

5/21/2020
In this episode, Jeremy brings us the eighth Episode of the Martial Arts Radio Live. Martial Arts Radio LIVE (Episode 8) - Episode 503 Today's episode is the eighth installment for the Martial Arts Radio Live. Jeremy answers questions and reads stories from the listeners as well as giving out some cool trivia. Listen to find out a lot of surprise announcements and more!

Duration:00:58:35

Episode 502 - Mr. Burton Richardson

5/18/2020
Mr. Burton Richardson is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at the Jeet Kune Do Unlimited There is a certain confidence that you might have had and all of a sudden you're questioning; this doesn't feel like it did in the dojo, what's going on here? There's this psychological process that we go through when we're suddenly confronted with an assault, sudden violence, and threats, usually our first thought is is this really happening? Episode 502 - Mr. Burton Richardson When you say...

Duration:01:23:25

Episode 501 - The Future of Martial Arts

5/14/2020
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the Future of Martial Arts in the aftermath of the current COVID19 pandemic The Future of Martial Arts - Episode 501 The question now is how would martial arts all over the world look like in the future. In this episode, Jeremy talks about the future of martial arts. He shares his top 5 predictions on how martial arts would turn to be in the post-COVID19 world. Listen and join the discussion!

Duration:00:16:07

Episode 500 - What Advice Would You Give Martial Artists 100 Years from Now?

5/11/2020
In this episode, our guests answer: What Advice Would You Give Martial Artists 100 Years from Now? What Advice Would You Give Martial Artists 100 Years from Now? - Episode 500 In our 500th episode, we've invited our friends and former guests of the show to take part in this special episode. They answer the question: What Advice Would You Give Martial Artists 100 Years from Now? We have plenty of guests who participated so, listen, or watch to find out! https://youtu.be/X7CJ4gfA6u4

Duration:00:51:51

Episode 499 - The Last 5 Years

5/7/2020
In this episode, as we look onto episode 500, Jeremy looks back on the Last 5 Years of whistlekick Martial Arts Radio The Last 5 Years - Episode 499 It's been 5 years ago when the very first episode of whistlekick Martial Arts Radio was published and now we are 1 episode away from the 500th. In this episode, Jeremy looks back on mistakes, accomplishments, experiences, and how martial arts radio changed his life. He gives his personal account on what happens behind the curtain and reveals...

Duration:00:38:16

Episode 498 - Mr. Richard Bejtlich

5/4/2020
Mr. Richard Bejtlich is a martial arts practitioner and student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at Team Pedro Sauer I don't want them thinking that they need to cut my head off in order to prove how good they are. I need a different sort of culture. Mr. Richard Bejtlich - Episode 498 When you thought as a kid that your friend is a ninja, you would want to become one as well. Mr. Richard Bejtlich's fascination with martial arts did not materialize until he was a cadet in the Air Force Academy. He...

Duration:01:15:17