self protection

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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MVP88: Situational Awareness with Dr Gav Schneider

On this episode I am joined by my own boss, sensei, mentor and all around violence expert Dr Gav Schneider. Gav is a 7th degree black belt in krav maga and jujitsu, as well as holding a PhD in criminology specialising in use of force decision making. He …

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MVP88: Situational Awareness with Dr Gav Schneider
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MVP83: Asphalt Anthropology with Beverly Baker

Asphalt Anthropology was developed by urban explorer and self-defense instructor, Beverly Baker. The goal of Asphalt is to provide skills and counter fear so that people can navigate dense, public spaces with more freedom, joy and boldness.
 

A studen…

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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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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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MVP69: Randy King on Self-Defense for Regular People LIVE INTERVIEW!

What does self-defence look like if you’re not a NAVY SEAL COMMANDO NINJA SHIHAN DEATH KILLER?!
In this LIVE conversation with Randy King, we chat about what regular people need to know to keep safe, how Randy’s professional focus has shifted in this dir…

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MVP69: Randy King on Self-Defense for Regular People LIVE INTERVIEW!
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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. 5: Tim Larkin – When Violence is the Answer

Tim Larkin is the founder of Target Focus Trainer and the author of the New York Times best-selling book, Surviving the Unthinkable as well as How to Survive the Most Important 5 Seconds of Your Life and When Violence is the Answer. He has trained everyo…

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S6. Ep. 3: Tim Kennedy on mental toughness, combat stress, PTSD and an exceptional life

Tim Kennedy is possibly our most requested guest of all time. A former UFC fighter, special forces soldier, star of Hunting Hitler and Hard to Kill, founder of Sheepdog Response and Ranger Up – he holds black belts in BJJ, Japanese jujutsu and Matt Larse…

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S6. Ep. 3: Tim Kennedy on mental toughness, combat stress, PTSD and an exceptional life
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S6. Ep. 2: Trauma Informed Self-Defense with Pamela Armitage

Pamela Armitage is not your typical self-defence instructor. She wasn’t a lifelong martial artist, a cop, a soldier, or anything of the sort. She was a dancer, a model, a sister, a daughter, and a yoga teacher. Through her own experiences, she developed …

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S6. Ep. 2: Trauma Informed Self-Defense with Pamela Armitage
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