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KungFu Podcasts | Explore the Culture, Adventure and Impact of Martial Arts

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KungFu Podcasts | Explore the Culture, Adventure and Impact of Martial Arts

KungFu Podcasts | Explore the Culture, Adventure and Impact of Martial Arts

TW Smith

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TW. Smith brings you the History, Culture and Adventures that Impact Modern Martial Arts. This audience of this program is some of the finest and sharpest martial artists in the world.

Latest Episodes

Native Language of Okinawain Karate

If you want to understand Karate before the Japanese influence, this is a must listen. This interview with Professor May opens the backdrop to understanding the Okinawain Martial Arts Before the influence of Japan.

67 MIN3 w ago
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Native Language of Okinawain Karate

Interview Doug Perry Pt 2

Part 2 The inverted mountain perspective great stories of the 50’s https://kungfupodcasts.com/interview-with-doug-perry/

67 MIN3 w ago
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Interview Doug Perry Pt 2

Interview with Hanshi Doug Perry

I drove hours to a little town in FlatRock, NC to meet Doug Perry, USMC Retired Major, Hanshi 9th Degree in Okinawain Karate, Father and a wonderful gentleman shares with you what it was like in Okinawa, learning martial arts in the 1950’s, how it changed through the 70’s and till today. https://kungfupodcasts.com/interview-with-doug-perry-pt-1/

69 MIN3 w ago
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Interview with Hanshi Doug Perry

Fake Empowerment Pt 1

Agent of Action : Kai Morgan In This Episode : 3 Phases to Undeniable Empowerment True Story of the Use of Law of Power 6 of 11 of the Identifiers of Fake and Real Empowerment https://kungfupodcasts.com/realempowerment/

34 MIN3 w ago
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Fake Empowerment Pt 1

Saving Traditional Judo Part 2

35 MIN3 w ago
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Saving Traditional Judo Part 2

Saving Traditional Judo

Saving Traditional Judo “Judo was ‘Westernized’ sooner than the other Eastern Martial Arts when it became an Olympic sport. And it has been reduced to a “sport” ever since.” Kevin Cavalcanti is a Traditional Judo instructor and a respected member of the academia. He has written many books on martial arts, and is referenced by many. You can find more of his work at: Where can you find his work: Judoinfo.com Gentle Ways.com The episodes associated with his book, ‘The Tao of Judo” began because: * Spawned from Research of 1918 First Hand Account of Martial Arts * The Title the Tao of Judo intrigued me. During this episode we will cover : * Why write the book * The Tao Influence interpreting Judo * Sport Judo vs Traditional Judo * Jigoro Kano : Founder of Judo Mentioned in this Episode: Paul Bowmen : Martial Myths Ben Judkins : KungFu Tea Iain Abernethy Downloads Available in this episode: The Entire Tao of Judo Book is coming in Audio Format! For now, get the PDF And, Zen Judo ...

26 MINAPR 27
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Saving Traditional Judo

Find the Common Denominator

From the Podcast of Tibetan Kungfu, My original podcast for my students. During this episode, I share insights of how I realized that I was the core of most of my own problems. Originally aired in 2014. There is a youtube version too : https://kungfupodcasts.com/find-the-common-denominator/

8 MINAPR 27
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Find the Common Denominator

Bubishi Returns to its Chinese Roots

The Bubishi is one of the most of the important documents to a Traditional Karateka. During this 5 part series, together we will trace it back to its Chinese origins. The WuBeZhi is the Chinese origin of the Bubishi, and equally important to any Chinese Martial Artist. Get started in this part 5 series. Webpage : https://kungfupodcasts.com/bubishi-pt-1-returning-to-its-chinese-roots/

29 MINAPR 27
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Bubishi Returns to its Chinese Roots

William Fairbairn - Father of Close Quarter Combatives

25 MINAPR 24
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William Fairbairn - Father of Close Quarter Combatives

Adding More Philosophy Than Skill Sun Lu Tang

The Chinese Martial Arts served many goals and objectives for centuries, but wasn’t really associated with health until the early to mid 1900’s. At approximately the same time that Japanese arts were making the same transition. In part one of this 5 part series, we will lay the foundation to this transition and prepare the path for injecting philosophy into martial arts. Listen to this one and get Parts 2,3,4,and 5 at : https://kungfupodcasts.com/changing-the-course-of-chinese-martial-arts/

29 MINAPR 24
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Adding More Philosophy Than Skill Sun Lu Tang

Latest Episodes

Native Language of Okinawain Karate

If you want to understand Karate before the Japanese influence, this is a must listen. This interview with Professor May opens the backdrop to understanding the Okinawain Martial Arts Before the influence of Japan.

67 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Native Language of Okinawain Karate

Interview Doug Perry Pt 2

Part 2 The inverted mountain perspective great stories of the 50’s https://kungfupodcasts.com/interview-with-doug-perry/

67 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Interview Doug Perry Pt 2

Interview with Hanshi Doug Perry

I drove hours to a little town in FlatRock, NC to meet Doug Perry, USMC Retired Major, Hanshi 9th Degree in Okinawain Karate, Father and a wonderful gentleman shares with you what it was like in Okinawa, learning martial arts in the 1950’s, how it changed through the 70’s and till today. https://kungfupodcasts.com/interview-with-doug-perry-pt-1/

69 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Interview with Hanshi Doug Perry

Fake Empowerment Pt 1

Agent of Action : Kai Morgan In This Episode : 3 Phases to Undeniable Empowerment True Story of the Use of Law of Power 6 of 11 of the Identifiers of Fake and Real Empowerment https://kungfupodcasts.com/realempowerment/

34 MIN3 w ago
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Fake Empowerment Pt 1

Saving Traditional Judo Part 2

35 MIN3 w ago
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Saving Traditional Judo Part 2

Saving Traditional Judo

Saving Traditional Judo “Judo was ‘Westernized’ sooner than the other Eastern Martial Arts when it became an Olympic sport. And it has been reduced to a “sport” ever since.” Kevin Cavalcanti is a Traditional Judo instructor and a respected member of the academia. He has written many books on martial arts, and is referenced by many. You can find more of his work at: Where can you find his work: Judoinfo.com Gentle Ways.com The episodes associated with his book, ‘The Tao of Judo” began because: * Spawned from Research of 1918 First Hand Account of Martial Arts * The Title the Tao of Judo intrigued me. During this episode we will cover : * Why write the book * The Tao Influence interpreting Judo * Sport Judo vs Traditional Judo * Jigoro Kano : Founder of Judo Mentioned in this Episode: Paul Bowmen : Martial Myths Ben Judkins : KungFu Tea Iain Abernethy Downloads Available in this episode: The Entire Tao of Judo Book is coming in Audio Format! For now, get the PDF And, Zen Judo ...

26 MINAPR 27
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Saving Traditional Judo

Find the Common Denominator

From the Podcast of Tibetan Kungfu, My original podcast for my students. During this episode, I share insights of how I realized that I was the core of most of my own problems. Originally aired in 2014. There is a youtube version too : https://kungfupodcasts.com/find-the-common-denominator/

8 MINAPR 27
Comments
Find the Common Denominator

Bubishi Returns to its Chinese Roots

The Bubishi is one of the most of the important documents to a Traditional Karateka. During this 5 part series, together we will trace it back to its Chinese origins. The WuBeZhi is the Chinese origin of the Bubishi, and equally important to any Chinese Martial Artist. Get started in this part 5 series. Webpage : https://kungfupodcasts.com/bubishi-pt-1-returning-to-its-chinese-roots/

29 MINAPR 27
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Bubishi Returns to its Chinese Roots

William Fairbairn - Father of Close Quarter Combatives

25 MINAPR 24
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William Fairbairn - Father of Close Quarter Combatives

Adding More Philosophy Than Skill Sun Lu Tang

The Chinese Martial Arts served many goals and objectives for centuries, but wasn’t really associated with health until the early to mid 1900’s. At approximately the same time that Japanese arts were making the same transition. In part one of this 5 part series, we will lay the foundation to this transition and prepare the path for injecting philosophy into martial arts. Listen to this one and get Parts 2,3,4,and 5 at : https://kungfupodcasts.com/changing-the-course-of-chinese-martial-arts/

29 MINAPR 24
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Adding More Philosophy Than Skill Sun Lu Tang
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