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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 352 - Master David Lonebear Sanipass

12/10/2018
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Master David Lonebear Sanipass is a Native American martial arts practitioner and instructor out of Maine. He is the founder at College of Sho-Kai. It's not about the belt, it's not about the gi, it's not about the dojo, it's about who you are and who you think you are. Master David Lonebear Sanipass - Episode 352 It is not often that we have a guest that is both unique in their martial arts and ethnicity. Master David Lonebear Sanipass is a Native American martial artist who practices an...

Duration:00:54:01

Episode 351 - Why Do Martial Artists Yell?

12/6/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about a common thing about martial arts that most of us ask, why do martial artists yell? Why Do Martial Artists Yell? - Episode 351 Yelling by martial arts practitioners is probably one of the most mocked aspects of martial arts. We can see this on TV shows, Movies and other platforms such as social media. But as most of you asks, why do martial artists yell? Well, the reason and motive behind it are actually deeper than what most of us would expect. On...

Duration:00:18:03

Episode 350 - Sensei Jeff Doss

12/3/2018
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Sensei Jeff Doss is a martial arts practitioner, teacher, and host of the Kick of the Day podcast. He is from Virginia. The more you grow and the more your martial arts gets better, then the potential for all your students to get better just doubles, triples, quadruples... Sensei Jeff Doss - Episode 350 It's not a secret that most of us martial artists started training at a young age. However, Sensei Jeff Doss is quite unique because he started at a really young age of four that a...

Duration:01:04:31

Episode 349 - Conversations on Iron Fist Season 2

11/29/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy is joined by Sensei Jaredd Wilson and Sensei Scott Bolon for a Conversations on Iron Fist Season 2. Conversations on Iron Fist Season - Episode 349 Once again, Jeremy, Sensei Jaredd Wilson, and Sensei Scott Bolon talk about the Iron Fist Season two and how it's not renewed for a new season. On today's episode, the trio dissects the failures and good points, if there's any, of the Iron Fist Season 2. Listen to find out more!

Duration:00:42:32

Episode 348 - Sabomnim Alain Burrese

11/26/2018
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Sabomnim Alain Burrese is a martial arts practitioner, instructor, and author from Montana. I know how to fight. I've done that. But I wanna become a martial artist and better myself through martial arts and learn the skills and everything else that can go with learning a martial art... Sabomnim Alain Burrese - Episode 348 It's so rare to have a guest here on the show that started training by himself. Sabomnim Alain Burrese read martial arts books as a child and started training what he...

Duration:00:55:53

Episode 347 - Judo

11/22/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about one of the first martial art to set foot in America, Judo. Judo - Episode 347 If we talk about martial arts, we often talk more about karate, taekwondo, and Brazilian jiujitsu that's why there are myths and misconceptions about it. Judo was created by the Japanese educator, Jigoro Kano in 1882. Judo is one of the first martial art that came to America and it is mostly known with its throws and takedowns. On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the...

Duration:00:22:19

Episode 346 - Master Chris Natzke

11/19/2018
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Master Chris Natzke is a martial arts practitioner, instructor and a former national gold medallist from Colorado. ...He was just like your son when he came here five years ago, and that's where your son can be in five years. So you create this culture, right? Because you're not just developing great kickers and punchers, you're developing great human beings. Master Chris Natzke - Episode 346 Not many of us came on a time where martial arts was not as popular as today that if you're a...

Duration:00:57:51

Episode 345 - Have We Gone Too Far Trying to Stop Bullying

11/15/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the issue of have we gone too far trying to stop bullying. Have We Gone Too Far Trying to Stop Bullying - Episode 345 Bullying is a sensitive subject that has been an important part of public discussions, especially in the last two or three decades. Where did the conversation go? Have we gone too far trying to stop it or are we still lagging behind? On this episode, Jeremy talks about his personal experiences and how he was able to get through...

Duration:00:11:56

Episode 344 - Senpai Ricky White

11/12/2018
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Senpai Ricky White is a martial arts practitioner originally from the United Kingdom, now based in Virginia. You've got to fail otherwise you're never gonna actually truly understand what you're trying to achieve and what it is that you actually need to overcome... Senpai Ricky White - Episode 344 It's not everyday that we introduce guests that are listeners of the show and part of the community. Well, today is that day because Senpai Ricky White is one of them. Senpai White started his...

Duration:01:06:15

Episode 343 - Won Kuk Lee

11/8/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy once again talks about another historical figure in the martial arts, Tangsoodo's Won Kuk Lee. Won Kuk Lee - Episode 343 Universally, when we talk about Taekwondo, what comes to the conversation instantly is General Choi Hong Hi as he is called by many as the "Father of Taekwondo." Won Kuk Lee, is Choi's predecessor and teacher who essentially created taekwondo with the name Tang Soo Do Chung Do Kwan. Thus, it's safe to say that Won Kuk Lee is the "Grandfather of...

Duration:00:12:53

Episode 342 - Sensei Amanda Cass

11/5/2018
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Sensei Amanda Cass is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Massachusetts. One thing about martial arts that I always do say to people is, it's something that you can do forever, there something more to learn. It doesn't matter if you've been doing it for five, ten, twenty years, there's always a new avenue you can explore... Sensei Amanda Cass - Episode 342 It's always great to hear that martial artists start their journey at a young age and stay until they're adults. What's...

Duration:00:41:32

Episode 341 - Martial Arts Friendships

11/1/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the importance and benefits of friendships in the martial arts. Martial Arts Friendships - Episode 341 We create friendships as we meet people as a kid in high school and as an adult working in the office. Some we let go, and some we keep for a long time. Our friendships are usually based on similarities like our location, interest and how we see the world. Most martial artists share interests with self-defense and the bond starts there. As martial...

Duration:00:09:25

Episode 340 - Mr. Tom Fazio

10/29/2018
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Mr. Tom Fazio is a martial arts practitioner and instructor of the Shaolin Rope Dart based in Vietnam. I realized that martial arts had a lot more to do with life with a capital L than anything else... Mr. Tom Fazio - Episode 340 Our guest today is one of those kids who started martial arts because of the intimidation they got from bullies. Mr. Tom Fazio described his childhood as a karate-kid-like that he wanted to get even with his bullies because he felt helpless. However, when he...

Duration:01:18:20

Episode 339 - Joe Lewis

10/25/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about an American kickboxing legend, martial arts champion, and actor, Joe Lewis. Joe Lewis - Episode 339 For both the returning fans and martial artists, the name Joe Lewis is no stranger because of the times he's been talked about on the show. Whether in the movie screens or in the ring, Joe Lewis is a true legend for the contributions he's done for the martial arts. He's fought toe to toe against Bill Wallace without severing their friendship which...

Duration:00:22:44

Episode 338 - Sensei Andrew Moores

10/22/2018
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Sensei Andrew Moores is a martial arts practitioner and instructor at the Atlantic Karate Training Center in New Hampshire. ...Train hard, but that's dojo stuff. That's your gym. There's an agreement between you and your training partner. When there's violence on the street, there isn't an agreement... Episode 338 - Sensei Andrew Moores As a kid who always loved martial arts, the journey never ended for him even when he took a break to do other things. Sensei Andrew Moores is a...

Duration:01:13:57

Episode 337 - Ip Man

10/18/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy gives us another historical episode and he talks about the legendary Ip Man. Ip Man - Episode 337 Many of us both within and outside the martial arts community have at least heard or watched the Ip Man movie series. They are well received by both moviegoers and martial artists although it was loosely based on Ip Man's life. Ip Man's family was well-off however, he lived in a tumultuous period in China's history where uprisings were treated as part of daily...

Duration:00:16:13

Episode 336 - Sean Kinney

10/15/2018
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Sean Kinney is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is the author of the book series Karate Kids Collection. ...The culture of the martial arts is one of constant and continual personal improvement. Being surrounded by people that are looking to achieve their personal best, that are focused on putting positive things in their life... Sean Kinney - Episode 336 It's not unusual to hear stories of martial artists leaving or taking a break from the martial arts. They would either...

Duration:01:01:15

Episode 335 - Putting Your Best Foot Forward

10/11/2018
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On this episode, Jeremy talks about putting your best foot forward whether in martial arts or in life. Putting Your Best Foot Forward - Episode 335 Being the best that you can both in and out of the dojo is the ideal goal of a martial artist. We can ask now whether that is just superficial or it should involve your character. No matter how we see it, putting our best foot forward is how we as humans naturally behave in the society. If you want to know more about this interesting subject,...

Duration:00:07:12

Episode 334 - Sifu Jeff Westfall

10/8/2018
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Sifu Jeff Westfall is a martial arts instructor and practitioner. He is the host of the Martial Brain Podcast. Sometimes I teach to pass across a technique, but sometimes I'm teaching to pass across a concept. And that definitely I lifted directly from Guro Inosanto... Sifu Jeff Westfall - Episode 334 His generation has always admired Bruce Lee not only because of his movies but because of his role in the Green Hornet TV show. It has brought Sifu Jeff Westfall into martial arts because he...

Duration:01:08:00

Episode 333 - Trying New Things

10/4/2018
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about trying new things and how it applies to the martial arts. Trying New Things - Episode 333 Trying new things sounds like a cliche but it is necessary. Parents, friends, teachers and other people important to us tells us that we should explore and try new things whether in life, business, or martial arts. Trying new things means you have the willingness to experiment and you are open to committing mistakes. Speaking of new things, Jeremy talks about how...

Duration:00:18:17