martial arts

MVP93: Mark Hatmaker on Western Martial Arts and Rough’n’Tumble

Mark Hatmaker is a legend of the self-protection and martial arts world, and it was a great pleasure to listen to him speak about western martial arts, boxing, wrestling and rough’n’tumble. Support Mark’s websites here:
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MVP93: Mark Hatmaker on Western Martial Arts and Rough'n'Tumble
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MVP91: The Ethics of Martial Arts Marketing with Ron Amram

In this episode I’m joined by good friend, martial artist, business consultant and academy owner, Ron Amram. We chat about the common pitfalls of marketing and reaching students, how easy it can be to compromise our ethics, and how the strategies that a…

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MVP91: The Ethics of Martial Arts Marketing with Ron Amram
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MVP81: The Approach with Eddie Quinn

Eddie Quinn is a UK-based martial arts instructor across multiple disciplines, but most well known in the Silat, Filipino Martial Arts and Muay Thai communities as well for his groundbreaking self-protection system, The Apprach.
In this interview I chat …

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MVP81: The Approach with Eddie Quinn
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MVP74: From selling drugs to the Hall of Fame – Willie Johnson’s story of redemption through martial arts

Willie “the Bam” Johnson is a Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame martial artist, a 7th degree black belt in karate and a 5th degree black belt in Wushu Kung Fu. However, his story started very differently.
Born in a poor neighbourhood to a disabled mother,…

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MVP74: From selling drugs to the Hall of Fame - Willie Johnson's story of redemption through martial arts
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MVP73: Debi Steven – Gender Based Violence

My guest on episode 73 is Director of Actions Breaks Silence, Debi Steven. Debi is an experienced martial artist and martial business-woman with a passion for ending gender-based violence. She runs the amazing not-for-profit to equip women and girls with…

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MVP73: Debi Steven - Gender Based Violence
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MVP71: LIVE with Richard Dimitri talking about Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do and personal evolution

In this interview, Rich and I dissect and react to Bruce Lee’s classic 1971 article “Liberate Yourself From Classical Karate” which was his JKD manifesto. We discuss Bruce’s immense impact on both our lives and the martial arts world as a whole, and the …

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MVP71: LIVE with Richard Dimitri talking about Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do and personal evolution
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S6. Ep.9: Bartitsu with Tommy Joe Moore

Tommy Joe Moore is the founder of Bartitsu Lab as well as a lifelong boxer, judoka and martial arts enthusiast with background in both combat sport and reality-based self-defence.
In this conversation we talk about the European martial art of Bartitsu, m…

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S6. Ep.9: Bartitsu with Tommy Joe Moore
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S6. Ep.7: Richard Norton – Martial arts legend, former bodyguard and Hollywood stuntman

You will be hard-pressed to find a martial artist with the depth and breadth of experience that Richard Norton possesses. After 55 years of continuous training, Richard combines practical experience working in bars and clubs in the 70’s, bodyguarding th…

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S6. Ep.7: Richard Norton - Martial arts legend, former bodyguard and Hollywood stuntman
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S6. Ep. 1: Paul Vunak – Journey of a Martial Arts Legend

How do you accidentally become a close personal friend and student of both Dan Inosanto and Rickson Gracie? Paul Vunak is a legend in the martial arts, a man that many feel is the true successor of Bruce Lee, a former hand-to-hand combat instructor for S…

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S6. Ep. 1: Paul Vunak - Journey of a Martial Arts Legend
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