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whistlekick Martial Arts Radio - Podcast about Karate, Taekwondo, Kung Fu, Capoeira, FMA - Interviews, Training Advice, Stories, Motivation, Celebrities & More

whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is a bi-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. Past guests have included many famous martial artists from Karate, Taekwondo, Kung Fu and other disciplines.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
10/16/2017 Episode 232 - Professor Melody Shuman Professor Melody Shuman is a world champion martial arts practiti...
10/12/2017 Episode 231 - The Need for Self Defense Strategies that Don't Inj... In this episode, Jeremy talks about how people can make self-defe...
10/09/2017 Episode 230 - Sensei Sascha Raeburn Sensei Sascha Raeburn is a Taekwondo practitioner and an award-wi...
10/05/2017 Episode 229 - Why People Struggle with Unending Pursuits Like Mar... In this episode, Jeremy talks about why people struggle with sust...
10/02/2017 Episode 228 - Sensei Hal Pierce Sensei Hal Pierce is a martial arts practitioner and instructor f...
09/28/2017 Episode 227 - When in Rome In this episode, Jeremy talks about respect at martial arts event...
09/25/2017 Episode 226 - Kyoshi Brent Crisci Kyoshi Brent Crisci is a karate practitioner and teacher from Mai...
09/21/2017 Episode 225 - Sensei Ando Interviews Jeremy on Fight for a Happy ... This episode is a rebroadcast of Episode 51 of Fight for a Happy ...
09/18/2017 Episode 224 - Grandmaster James Faralli Grand Master James Faralli is a Hapkido instructor and the force ...
09/14/2017 Episode 223 - Getting Teens Into Martial Arts No description
09/11/2017 Episode 222 - Mr. Julio Fernandez Mr. Julio Fernandez is an accomplished Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practi...
09/07/2017 Episode 221 - KickAI - Interview with Founder Jan-Eric Wargelin In this episode, Jeremy talks with Jan-Eric Wargelin from Helsink...
09/04/2017 Episode 220 - Mr. Scott Bolon Mr. Scott Bolon is a regular listener of the show and he is curre...
08/31/2017 Episode 219 - How whistlekick Gear was Born In this episode, Jeremy talks about how whistlekick Sparring Gear...
08/28/2017 Episode 218 - Sifu Rick Wong Sifu Rick Wong is a martial artist and physical therapist raised ...
08/24/2017 Episode 217 - Top 5 Things Wrong with Martial Artists In this episode, Jeremy talks about some of the things that make ...
08/21/2017 Episode 216 - Shihan Chris Casamassa Shihan Chris Casamassa is a martial artist, school owner, and act...
08/17/2017 Episode 215 - Taking a Break from Martial Arts In this episode, Jeremy talks about the importance of taking a br...
08/14/2017 Episode 214 - Grandmaster David Oliver Grandmaster David Oliver - Episode 214 ...You trained a lot longe...
08/10/2017 Episode 213 - Martial Arts Humor In this episode, Jeremy talks about how humor and laughter can ma...
08/07/2017 Episode 212 - Sifu Jean Lukitsh Sifu Jean Lukitsh is a Chinese martial arts practitioner from Bos...
08/03/2017 Episode 211 - Improving Martial Arts Events In this episode, Jeremy talks about a number of ways you can ...
07/31/2017 Episode 210 - Mr. John Stork Mr. John Stork is not your typical martial artist. Aside from tra...
07/27/2017 Episode 209 - How the World Sees Martial Artists In this episode, Jeremy talks about how martial artists look fro...
07/24/2017 Episode 208 – Sensei JD Swanson Many of us dream of training with martial arts heroes – those w...
07/20/2017 Episode 207 - Why There Is No Right Way Every one is unique and so is their training. However, we cannot ...
07/17/2017 Episode 206 - Soke Newton James As our show has grown, so has our reach. We're being listened to ...
07/13/2017 Episode 205 - Martial Arts Basics Drills In this episode, we'll go over Jeremy's Top 12 drills for getting...
07/10/2017 Episode 204 - Dr. Peder Piering Dr. Peder Piering is a Taekwondo practitioner from Wisconsin...
07/06/2017 Episode 203 - Developing Speed We all understand the importance of getting faster as martial art...


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