Tag: karate

Are Books Relevant in Training?

In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. James Hatch, and our chosen topic was books on training. As usual in our conversation we drifted over different subjects. I always enjoy talking with James as his depth of knowledge in Karate and many other subjects […]

Strong & Caring

Hello and welcome, I hope you are well. If you’re in the United Kingdom, I hope that you’re coping ok with the lockdown.  I’m going to start off with a bit of shameless self-promotion on my part, if you would like to support this show please check out […]

Slippery Slopes and Dark Places of Karate

Lengthy conversation with Rob Davis from Red Fish Karate, about all things Karate. Visiting the “dark place” enjoying the ride down the slippery slope of being different, and having ability to think. Exchanging thoughts and experiences about the techniques and our perception of them, exploring fear and our […]

Merry Christmas with Bah Humbug

Retrospection of the year 2020, I’m very proud what I have managed to achieve despite pandemic. If you would like to support the show with no cost to you and you shop with Amazon, please feel free to use my affiliate link, for which I get a small […]

Interview with Mike Clerk

What a treat this week I had a pleasure to chat with fellow martial artist and musician Mike Clerk. Mike just realised his new single Keep Moving. Our conversation focussed on martial arts, music mental health and crowdfunding where Mike manage to raise funds to create his project. I […]

Conversations on Karate

In this episode I had the pleasure of talking with Sue and Greg from the Conversations on Karate podcast. We chatted about martial arts, podcasting and everything in between. If you are not familiar with their podcast you should check them out, really good to listen to! If […]

Interview With Dr. James Hatch

Some time ago I was listening to a a friend’s podcast, Conversations on Karate, and they were chatting with a person that I had never heard of, Dr James Hatch.  I really enjoyed hearing about his approach to Karate, weapons training and tradition.  A lot of our views […]