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whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is a weekly podcast interviewing traditional martial artists. We hear their stories and journeys, the way they overcame challenges and learn how to be better people through the guests martial arts experiences.

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is a weekly podcast interviewing traditional martial artists. We hear their stories and journeys, the way they overcame challenges and learn how to be better people through the guests martial arts experiences.
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whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is a weekly podcast interviewing traditional martial artists. We hear their stories and journeys, the way they overcame challenges and learn how to be better people through the guests martial arts experiences.

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Episodes

Episode 372 - Mr. Mark Miller

2/18/2019
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Mr. Mark Miller is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at the Karate International Martial Arts Center in New Hampshire. When I started in the martial arts, it gave me my first successes. I was much better at an individual sport and that working on personal growth and at the one on one type help that an instructor can give you... Mr. Mark Miller - Episode 372 There's quite a handful of guests of this show that acknowledges the important role of Bruce Lee in their journey as martial...

Duration:01:04:33

Episode 371 - Question of the Day

2/14/2019
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On this episode, Jeremy goes to Atlantic City to ask martial artists the Question of the Day. Question of the Day - Episode 371 On today's episode, Jeremy is in Atlantic City to ask martial artists the question: "What would you tell yourself if you can go back to the first day of your training?" Find out the answers for the question of the day from some of the former guests of the show like Bill Wallace, Sifu Alan Goldberg, Christine Bannon-Rodrigues, Datu Tim Hartman, Kathy Long, and...

Duration:00:15:17

Episode 370 - Mr. Jordan Brown

2/11/2019
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Mr. Jordan Brown is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from an early age. He is the founder at The Way Martial Arts, Indianapolis. We randomly ran into them at Walmart or somewhere, and he looked at me and I looked at him and he goes, didn't you teach me martial arts? And the light bulb clicked and I realized that I had taught their entire family when I was thirteen... Mr. Jordan Brown - Episode 370 There is a huge bunch of martial artists of this generation that grew up watching...

Duration:00:57:49

Episode 369 - Handling Hate

2/7/2019
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about the challenges of becoming successful, handling hate. Handling Hate - Episode 369 If no one's hating you, you're not doing it right. Becoming successful definitely has a lot of benefits but there will be people hating on you and you won't be able to stop that. On this episode, Jeremy talks about people who constantly try to bring you down and his personal experience on handling hate. If you have the same experience, listen to find out more!

Duration:00:12:50

Episode 368 - Master Joe Corley

2/4/2019
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Master Joe Corley is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, and a multi awarded competitor. He is the founder of Joey Corley Karate which is now known as Atlanta Extreme Warrior Martial Arts. When we do our pledges at the beginning and the end of our class, we call them our intensity pledges, and that's been one of the fundamental things that I felt that we could do most for kids to help them develop a sense of intensity... Master Joe Corley - Episode 368 As a kid, he held boxing gloves...

Duration:01:04:09

Episode 367 - Balancing Safety with Effective Training

1/31/2019
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of balancing safety with effective training. Balancing Safety with Effective Training - Episode 367 As martial artists, we know that there are hazards in what we do such as injuries in training and real-world scenarios. Safety is the first and foremost concern of every one of us both in training or out in the real world. However, we can't really stop accidents from happening so we must consider the risks in what we do whether in...

Duration:00:20:49

Episode 366 - Chief Instructor David Kahn

1/28/2019
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Chief Instructor David Kahn is a martial arts practitioner and instructor of Krav Maga. He's an accomplished teacher of Military Krav Maga (MKM). Obviously, people are built differently. Tall, short, male, female, strong, not so strong, but whatever their capabilities, Krav Maga has got to conform to the person... Chief Instructor David Kahn - Episode 366 Quite a number of Krav Maga practitioners mainly trains for self-defense or it is included in the curriculum of their military...

Duration:00:59:01

Episode 365 - Make it Fun

1/24/2019
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about how martial arts classes can be much more interesting, make it fun! Make it Fun - Episode 365 Most of us may agree that one martial arts class may be much more interesting than the other. One can be dead serious and the other can be much more fun. On this episode, Jeremy talks about his experience in having fun and interesting class and how to create such a fun atmosphere on a martial arts class.

Duration:00:08:38

Episode 364 - Sensei Shaffee Bacchus

1/21/2019
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Sensei Shaffee Bacchus is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is the chief instructor at Shinkendo Boston. I think Gi or no Gi, I would have found martial arts in some way, shape or form... Sensei Shaffee Bacchus - Episode 364 Many of us martial artists got our inspiration to go into the martial arts from the movies which include our guest today. Sensei Shaffee Bacchus has seen almost all kung fu movies every Saturday nights. However, there are almost no martial arts in his...

Duration:00:59:31

Episode 363 - Guardian Angels

1/17/2019
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about a popular organization that aims to keep the peace, the Guardian Angels. Guardian Angels - Episode 363 Preserving law and order is not an easy task even for the police which resulted in some private individuals initiative to help the law enforcement. One initiative that is more popular is the Guardian Angels. It was shrouded with controversies at first but it gained popularity eventually and it also expanded overseas. The Guardian Angels were successful...

Duration:00:16:39

Episode 362 - Shihan Bas Rutten

1/14/2019
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Shihan Bas Rutten is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, coach and retired mixed martial arts champion from the Netherlands. What poster are you talking about? He says, "from the fight." I said, who's fighting? He says "you're fighting." I said, who am I fighting? And they go, Frank Lobman, and I said, The Animal? ...and I'm starting to think, and i started to realize, oh yeah I talked to that producer... Shihan Bas Rutten - Episode 362 For fight fans, our guest today needs no...

Duration:01:03:33

Episode 361 - Announcing First Cup with Jeremy video show

1/10/2019
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On this episode, Jeremy is announcing First Cup with Jeremy video show. A daily show on Youtube where he drinks his first cup of coffee. Announcing First Cup with Jeremy video show - Episode 360 In the past six months, Jeremy has been putting up daily videos on Youtube where he shares his first thoughts of the day over his first cup of coffee. On this episode, Jeremy officially announces the First Cup with Jeremy video show. Listen to find out more!

Duration:00:08:31

Episode 360 - Sifu Glen Doyle

1/7/2019
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Sifu Glen Doyle is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is a former Kung Fu champion and practices Irish Martial Arts. There's a sense of comfort that you get right away when you cross over certain martial arts... Sifu Glen Doyle - Episode 360 Learning how to fight is sometimes instilled into us on a very early age. Sifu Glen Doyle learned boxing as soon as he began speaking because of his father. Later on, he would turn into martial arts such as Kung Fu and stick fighting. What...

Duration:01:15:17

Episode 359 - The McDojo Paradox

1/3/2019
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about one of the more intriguing topics in the martial arts, the McDojo paradox. The McDojo Paradox - Episode 359 A McDojo is generally known in the martial arts world that has low standards for promotion and its high prices. Although one is free to identify one for himself, it poses many questions as well such as is it right to label a school a mcdojo or is there an ultimate authority for martial arts to categorize a school as such? On this episode, Jeremy...

Duration:00:18:15

Episode 358 - Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal

12/31/2018
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Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal is a martial arts practitioner and instructor in the style of Jeet Kune Do. Forget about styles and systems, there are always arguments about this style, that style, my master is better than your master. It's just a big waste of time, we're all so much more alike than we are apart. Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal - Episode 358 Traveling the world may be fun when you're on for a vacation but traveling as a kid and not having a home may not be that enjoyable....

Duration:01:08:24

Episode 357 - Joint Replacements

12/27/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about one of the common surgeries both martial artists and aging individuals, joint replacements. Joint Replacements - Episode 357 We've had a number of guests that have had joint replacements surgeries to address their joint pains that cannot be cured with non-invasive cures. On this episode, Jeremy talks about how joint replacement surgeries started and the different procedures that might be helpful for you now or in the future. Listen to find out more!

Duration:00:14:46

Episode 356 - Kyoshi Herbie Bagwell

12/24/2018
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Kyoshi Herbie Bagwell is a martial arts practitioner, instructor and founder at the Bagwell Academy of Martial Arts. Listen, you tell me something negative, I won't get mad at you. I'm gonna use that negativity as fuel to add onto my already passionate fire and I'm just going to just prove people wrong with my success. Kyoshi Herbie Bagwell - Episode 356 A boxer turned martial artist, Kyoshi Herbie Bagwell has been training since he was a skinny kid. Kyoshi Bagwell was one of those kids...

Duration:01:20:10

Episode 355 - Taekkyeon

12/20/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about another historical account this time for the martial art of Taekkyeon. Taekkyeon - Episode 355 Korea's martial arts is as colorful as their food and traditions that make their culture complete and whole. Taekkyon, as some believe, is a thousand years old making it a heritage that Koreans treasure from one generation to another. On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the historical significance and the origins of Taekkyeon. Listen to find out more!

Duration:00:11:56

Episode 354 - Mr. Tim Cartmell

12/17/2018
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Mr. Tim Cartmell is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at the ACE Jiu-Jitsu in Orange County, California. If you're only teaching because you know martial arts, you're making a living... I feel like that's not really the right reason... Mr. Tim Cartmell - Episode 354 As most of us did, we started our journey to the martial arts at an early age which is usually pre-teen. Mr. Tim Cartmell did that too but martial arts went straight in his blood. He learned Kung Fu when he was a teen...

Duration:01:02:06

Episode 353 - When Are You A Martial Artist?

12/13/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy tackles this controversial question: when are you a martial artist? When Are You A Martial Artist? - Episode 353 Can we call someone a martial artist if they train weekly and has a blue belt or someone who attends taekwondo classes unenthusiastically because their parents forced them? Can we call someone a martial artist who spends a three-month krav maga package on a local gym or someone who just earned a first-degree black belt? On this episode, Jeremy talks...

Duration:00:16:38