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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 259 - Martial Journal

1/18/2018
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about a special website where martial artists can write their ideas, the Martial Journal. (martialjournal.com) Martial Journal - Episode 259 Have you noticed that most sports has their special sections on major websites like Yahoo or MSN? However, none of them have a section dedicated to martial arts. This is the idea behind Martial Journal— to provide platform for martial artists to share their thoughts so that other martial artists or even martial arts fans...

Duration: 00:11:19


Episode 258 - Shifu Chris Friedman

1/15/2018
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Shifu Chris Friedman is a Shaolin Kung Fu practitioner originally from New York but now living and training in Shaolin, China. I didnt have a whole lot of guidance basically. So, if I don't have Martial Arts in my life, I would guess there's a good possibility that I'd be dead, I could've went to prison, I could've became a criminal. So, just doing Martial Arts just gave me something positive outlet. Shifu Chris Friedman - Episode 258 Many martial arts practitioners found their...

Duration: 01:06:35


Episode 257 - Intelligent Martial Arts Discussion

1/11/2018
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about how and why is it important to have an intelligent martial arts discussion. Intelligent Martial Arts Discussion - Episode 257 We hone our physical abilities and skills through training and sparring with someone who can match us or even challenge us. It is also the same with our ideas. We have to train and test our ideas about martial arts through talking with people on the same page or the ones that make us think. Jeremy talks about his experiences...

Duration: 00:13:20


Episode 256 - Sensei Chuck Merriman

1/8/2018
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Sensei Chuck Merriman is a karate practitioner and instructor originally from Connecticut. He is the former head coach of the US National Karate Team. It seems like going back through my mind and in my career, everything seems to have happened by accident being in a right place at the right time... Sensei Chuck Merriman - Episode 256 Our guest today is one of those martial artists who should’ve been on the show a long time ago. He is Sensei Chuck Merriman - a name that will be familiar...

Duration: 01:10:26


Episode 255 - Why to Start a Martial Arts School

1/4/2018
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about the ups and downs of having a Martial Arts School and answers the question of why to start a martial arts school. Why to Start a Martial Arts School - Episode 255 It's the start of a new year and some of you may think of something like starting a martial arts school. It's both fun and hard-work at the same time because of many factors. On today's episode, Jeremy discusses about why is it good to start a martial arts school and why it isn't as well as...

Duration: 00:15:51


Episode 254 - Sensei Buzz Durkin

1/1/2018
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Sensei Buzz Durkin is a karate practitioner and instructor from New Hampshire. He’s well known as an author and authority on Uechi-Ryu karate. You know before I left for Vietnam, I teached Judge Madsen, put his arm around me, I'll never forget it and he said; don't worry Buzz, he said, all our black belts have done well over there. Sensei Buzz Durkin - Episode 254 We often hear stories from guests and fellow martial artists that they’ve started their journey to overcome some sort of...

Duration: 00:59:47


Episode 253 - New Year's Resolution

12/28/2017
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about how you can improve your martial arts this new year as he shares some of his experiences. New Year's Resolutions - Episode 253 It’s the time of the year that we think about the things that we want to improve this new year. On today’s episode, Jeremy talks about New Year’s resolutions and how it can be beneficial for us, martial artists. Jeremy discusses his list that can be helpful for you in making your resolution. Listen to this episode and find out...

Duration: 00:09:51


Episode 252 - Rory Miller

12/25/2017
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Mr. Rory Miller is a martial arts practitioner and instructor. He is a respected author with a background in law enforcement. It was at that time I realized that's... and maybe this is true for everybody but when you decide to push your envelope, you're going to be alone. Rory Miller - Episode 252 Our guest today is Rory Miller. He is a martial arts instructor and practitioner who started his formal martial arts career in college and now is an author of several books. On today's...

Duration: 01:11:20


Episode 251 - The Benefits of Training For Or Against Competition

12/21/2017
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On today's episode, Jeremy talks about the pros and cons of training for competition in the martial arts. The Benefits of Training For Or Against Competition - Episode 251 In this episode, Jeremy broadcasts in YouTube once again and he takes a different look about how training for competition affects your martial arts journey or the other way around. We've had this topic since the first episode and it's proved to be one of the most polarizing questions that our guests has to answer....

Duration: 00:17:34


Episode 250 - Master Henry Childers

12/18/2017
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Master Henry Childers is a multi-disciplined martial arts practitioner and an instructor at the Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense in Dallas, Texas. Master Henry Childers - Episode 250 Martial arts practitioners often start training at a young age because of a need for self-defense from intimidating peers. Master Henry Childers has another reason, though. Today’s guest took refuge in the martial arts because of his family situation. With the amazing experiences throughout his life, he’s...

Duration: 01:07:11


Episode 249 - How We Handle Negative Comments

12/14/2017
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On today’s episode, Jeremy talks about how he handles negative comments on the episodes of the show. How We Handle Negative Comments - Episode 249 We receive tons of comments for the show and the majority of them are positive and sensible ones but some are not so pleasant. Today, Jeremy talks about how he deals with negative comments on the show and how it reflects the character of some martial artists. Listen to find out more!

Duration: 00:12:55


Episode 248 - Sensei Robert McQuade

12/11/2017
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Sensei Robert McQuade is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Philadelphia. He is the head instructor at Action Karate martial arts school. It was the struggle and the persistence and the perseverance that I had to show in the next six months in training every single week in training, even though I didn't want to, that's what made it mean more. Sensei Robert McQuade - Episode 248 Every kid that was enrolled by their parents in a martial arts class wasthrilled to go because of...

Duration: 01:10:50


Episode 247 - Importance of Not Doing

12/7/2017
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of avoiding to use your martial arts skills against an individual. Importance of Not Doing - Episode 247 The goal of martial arts is to not use your skills in an actual situation. We hear this concept all the time from seasoned martial arts instructors and practitioners but how do we really do it? In this episode, Jeremy explores the possibilities of avoiding getting in trouble in places that are usually hostile such as bars through the...

Duration: 00:11:29


Episode 246 - Sensei Nick Nicholson

12/4/2017
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Sensei Nick Nicholson is a Kempo practitioner, instructor and a former Marine from Chicago, Illinois. Sensei Nick Nicholson - Episode 246 Martial artists usually start their journey into the martial arts when their parents ask them to train, or even force them. Sensei Nick Nicholson’s story would not be the same with a number of individuals. With some early days getting into scraps other children, Sensei Nicholson’s parents decided not to send him to any martial arts school, fearing it...

Duration: 01:12:50


Episode 245 – 30 Days of Karate with Sensei Rob Domaschuk

11/30/2017
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In this episode, Jeremy talks with Sensei Rob Domaschuk who recently completed his #30DaysofKarate. 30 Days of Karate with Sensei Rob Domaschuk - Episode 245 In this episode, we take a slightly different turn from the usual Thursday episode. Today, Jeremy talks with Sensei Rob Domaschuk and his 30 Days of Karate. Sensei Domaschuk completed a 30-day karate training for at least one hour every day. Sensei Domaschuk shared how he's able to complete this inspiring task and the lessons that...

Duration: 00:32:57


Episode 244 - An-Shu Steven Hayes

11/27/2017
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An-Shu Steven Hayes is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Ohio. He is the founder of the martial art To Shin Do. An-Shu Steven Hayes - Episode 244 Finding our passion sometimes takes a leap of faith. An-Shu Steven Hayes did just that by travelling to Japan in search of a master that would teach him ninjutsu. An-Shu Hayes practiced several karate disciplines and became a renowned author on the art of ninjutsu before he founded To Shin Do. He is a very dynamic story-teller and...

Duration: 01:14:59


Episode 243 - Martial Arts Epiphanies

11/23/2017
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about the significance of epiphanies in our journey as a martial artist and his own personal experience. Martial Arts Epiphanies- Episode 243 Have you ever had a “light bulb” moment? A moment when you learn something better than what you are currently doing not only in your martial arts practice but in life as well? Epiphanies in the martial arts are good especially if that improves your art but others see it as a regretful realization of the past. In this...

Duration: 00:14:13


Episode 242 - Shihan Mike Sartwell

11/20/2017
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Shihan Mike Sartwell is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from New Hampshire. He is the current owner of NIMMA and one of its top instructors. Shihan Mike Sartwell - Episode 242 Shihan Mike Cartwell is a dedicated martial arts instructor at the National Institute of Modern Martial Arts (NIMMA). He is formerly a Physical Therapist before he became a full time martial arts instructor. How many times have we been confronted with choosing between career or martial arts? Shihan Mike...

Duration: 00:50:58


Episode 241 - Dealing with Self-doubt

11/16/2017
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In this episode, Jeremy talks about the effects of self-doubt and how to manage its effects for our development. Dealing with Self-doubt - Episode 241 Everyone of us, at least one point in our life, has experienced doubting ourselves whether at school, family or at work. Self-doubt is very counter-productive because it limits our growth and development and it hinders our progress. Martial artists are not exempted from self-doubt because going into martial arts is usually scary especially...

Duration: 00:16:09


Episode 240 - Mr. Jordy Delage

11/13/2017
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Mr. Jordy Delage is a French Aikido practitioner who lives in Japan. Mr. Delage is also the founder of Seido Shop, a Japanese company that provides Aikido equipment. The only difference between sports and martial arts in human evolution, is that, in martial arts you're going to teach that (commitment). In sports, at some level people just realize it (commitment)... Mr. Jordy Delage - Episode 240 There is something magnificent about Japan even more than its food and martial arts. Mr....

Duration: 01:40:44

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