09/16/2012 12:11:19 PM
09/03/2012 12:10:27 PM
08/25/2012 10:28:57 AM
Stoopid is as Stoopid does when it comes to crime. How a young man, using his monkey brain tainted his future over absolutely nothing. Chastising of a Mom, and the calling out of a punky little kid.
08/10/2012 12:21:23 PM
Dude! If you don’t have fear. Good Practice, Road House! Ed Begley, Jr., and writing back.
07/29/2012 13:36:45 PM
Martial Secrets Special: Crime Breakdown. This show is entertaining, sad, funny, and we hope, educational.
06/20/2011 23:27:09 PM
Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder: Sex offenders and the Dojo, Hands on the wall, Balancing special v. not special, tales from the tournament.
06/06/2011 13:56:10 PM
012 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder: With Rory Miller Part 2 of 2, Books, Predators, and messy things.
05/30/2011 19:30:40 PM
012 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder: With Rory Miller Part 1 of 2, Books, Predators, and messy things.
05/24/2011 12:06:40 PM
011 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Noooo! Not again, Hard living takes it’s toll, Know everybody’s name. Whatcha’ readin’?
05/17/2011 01:55:31 AM
010 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Motorhead crowd, Kings of Mediocrity, iPods and parents, old men and crimes.
05/10/2011 09:25:49 AM
009 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: The Who’s Rock Opera Tommy– kind of… Decide what you are going to do, Watch what students do, It happened at the stadium.
05/05/2011 10:11:30 AM
008 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: A stranger’s phone call and his knees, Should I train if I am ill?, Brain Types, Ice cube to your head baby.
04/26/2011 01:39:42 AM
007 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: 23 Guys, Pad Night – Kids, Sugar, Caffeine and Roman Candles, “He Really Tried to Kick You?”
04/19/2011 01:53:25 AM
Special Edition On The Road at Cerezo’s Martial Arts. Kris talks with Abe Cerezo Sensei about his dojo and his vision of how he serves his students and the community, learning how to fall on the beaches in Hawaii from his grandfather, and h
04/12/2011 00:47:26 AM
006 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Seattle Bus Tunnel follow-up, using the wall to measure, instructor burnout, and a funny thing happened at the dojo or sort of.
04/05/2011 12:21:22 PM
005 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Nerds gone wild, Good books, Important Safety Tip, It Happened at the Stadium.
03/29/2011 15:59:31 PM
004 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Waiting for the kid, Makiwara, spending time outside of class, and a funny thing happened at the dojo.
03/21/2011 23:33:49 PM
003 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Favorite martial arts film, not good enough, the year of excellence, and The Invective Didactic Diatribe
03/15/2011 10:48:07 AM
002 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: Seeking the news, What your teacher said, Kettle Bells, and a funny thing happened at the dojo.
03/08/2011 13:49:27 PM
001 Martial Secrets Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder talk about: The Seattle Bus Tunnel, instructor burnout, a good training book, Teaching safety tip, and professional crowds v. amateur crowds.
02/28/2011 23:57:00 PM
You know what I like, I like the old guys, the old karate-ka, the old judo-ka. Nothing to prove, smile easily, and just all around pleasant.Let me tell you this story to illustrate my point. I was at a tournament and the guy running the show was in
02/21/2011 18:26:30 PM
Todd Durgan, longtime practitioner of American Kenpo Karate system talks about the art of Kenpo, some of the mechanics, and concepts and of course touches on Kenpo founder Ed Parker…how can you not?
02/21/2011 18:17:24 PM
This episode Yoshitomo Yamashiro, a practitioner of Okinwan Ryukyu Kempo. We did this interview cold and with no monitors or feedback on how it sounded so the quality is low, but the information solid. I think we did this in 2006-ish.
02/21/2011 18:10:52 PM
The first interview every done by Sgt Rory Miller, who discusses the use of force and jujitsu in the corrections field. I think his book Meditations on Violence (What you haven’t read it?) was in production, but not yet published.
02/21/2011 18:08:34 PM
This week’s guest is Aaron Fields, head instructor for the Seattle Jujutsu and SAMBO Club. His combative background is based in jujutsu, Russian SAMBO, and judo. He has lived and trained in the former Eastern Block. Aaron is a lot of fun to tal
02/21/2011 18:03:31 PM
This week’s guest is John Roseberry, founder and chief instructor of the Sho-Rei-Shobu-Kan Budo Organization. John Roseberry has been training in Judo and Karate since 1955. He studied Judo under Takaski Matsumoto-Sensei and Karate under Seikic
02/21/2011 18:00:35 PM
This broadcast features Master Instructor Restita DeJesus of the Seattle Wushu Center. Restita DeJesus has over 30 years of experience in martial arts, and has taught Martial arts since 1982. She holds teaching credentials in Wushu, Tai Chi, Qigong,
02/21/2011 17:52:47 PM
In this broadcast we speak with Pete Starr, founder of the Yiliquan system of Kung-Fu. An all around great guy he has four books on the market, Hidden Hands, Martial Maneuvers, Martial Mechanics, and my favorite The Making of a Butterfly which recoun
02/21/2011 17:47:14 PM
This week we speak to Steven Barnes. Acclaimed author of some 23 books ( I hope I got the number right) A lifelong practitioner of yoga, Barnes obtained his black belts in karate and judo and his brown belt in Shorenji Jiu Jitsu. He earned his inst
02/21/2011 17:41:56 PM
In this podcast, we speak with Charlotte Coon of Hellerwork International, author of Somatic Experiences.
02/21/2011 17:26:45 PM
This week we speak with Iain Abernethy, who holds the rank of 6th Dan with the British Combat Association (one of the world’s leading groups for close-quarter combat, self-protection and practical martial arts) and 6th Dan with the British Kara
02/21/2011 10:50:00 AM
Yeah I think that martial artists of yesteryear hid their art. Teachers hid it from others so that they would have an advantage, one up, on a potential attacker.The American Military has on occasion blown up it's own downed aircraft. They make sure
02/14/2011 23:12:00 PM
If you open up the Book of Five Rings, by Miyamoto Musashi (?? ??) you will find a comment somewhere in the pages that a person should be familiar will all arts. Musashi also goes on to make the distinction between being familiar and unders
02/08/2011 09:13:00 AM
I had a professor at college that announced one day that, You should never trust a man with perfect finger nails. with that statement I became a fan of his classes of which I think I took three. My background was from a farm, an agricultural co
02/01/2011 01:09:00 AM
Ok, yeah sounds all nice, fuzzy and easy to say. For somebody that teaches martial arts, it is not as easy as just showing up and gently shoving in the general direction of somebodies expressed goal. That is not successful over the long run. Success,
01/24/2011 22:55:00 PM
"Nothing says loser like 'I was kicked out of a cult.'" - Blind DateRecently I have had an intermittent flurry of conversations with martial artists regarding instructors and instructor behavior. The conversation always comes down to a few points.1.
01/19/2011 07:12:00 AM
Stupid, simple is the way to keep it.Yeah a reversal of the old acronym, Kiss, Keep It Simple Stupid, but you want some creativity in the title, right?Keeping it simple is a phrase that is pitched around may schools, many adhere to it, other schools
01/13/2011 11:39:00 AM
A phone call came in a while back from a friendly guy named Scott. Scott works with a group called New Horizon Ministries, these folks work with street kids. Scott wanted to know if I would do a class or two with the street kids. Of course, the an
01/09/2011 11:47:00 AM
There is just a large metaphorical canyon in todays world. This canyon has a rapid laden river, craggy canyon walls, poisonous snakes, carnivores of all sizes and strong winds that separate the sides.On one side of the above described canyon are t
01/03/2011 23:09:00 PM
I recall that Bruce Lee said something of the sense that he didn't want to live to be an old man.Now I paraphrase what he said, the quote is not perfect, but I am more interested in the idea of what he meant than the exact words.The point of Lee's co
12/30/2010 00:43:00 AM
I try to keep the post on this site in and around martial arts, sometimes I drift.This post is a drift of sorts. Over the last week of December, I spend some time fixing things at the dojo, general repair and deep cleaning. So I am pushing a carp
12/22/2010 22:00:00 PM
When I was a kid our family lived on a farm. When you live on a farm, rarely is there something on the farm that is not useful. Everything has to contribute to the farm.Our family car was a station wagon. A station wagon not only carried my parents
12/14/2010 14:58:00 PM
My first art was TKD (Tae Kwon Do), I started learning in a military armory back in the 70's yes the 70's. TKD was different back then from what is taught today. Much of the TKD, not all, but much of it has taken a sport track similar to Judo. Ok
12/06/2010 23:16:00 PM
Actually I just made up the #62, but the behavior is not fictional. The behavior is the internal voice that tells you that you will never be good at martial arts because you made a mistake. A great example of this behavior is the Chris Farley Sho