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Martial Life Interviews

 

Sifu Garry Baniecki: Shaolin Jee Shin Wing Chun Kung Fu style and the current state of Wing Chun
Sunday, 15 July 2012
Sifu Baniecki (left) with his wife Sifu Linda Baniecki (right) and the 2012 state champion, Mark Portelli (Center)  Sifu Baniecki started his... Read more...
Dr. Bruce Clayton: an interview on The secret history of Shotokan karate
Saturday, 29 October 2011
Dr. Bruce D. Clayton, Ph.D Dr. Bruce D. Clayton, Ph.D, is known by many, as a noted forest fire and biological control ecologist as well as an... Read more...
Charles Bedard: Jukaido-kan,and the importance of not giving up
Saturday, 08 October 2011
Charles Bedard (and his top students) Sensei Charles Bedard, seen in this picture with his top students, is a man who refuses to let any obstacles in... Read more...
Benjamin Evans: Integrating students with disabilities into maintream ITF Tae Kwon Do
Wednesday, 15 June 2011
Based in New Zeland, Mr. Evans is credited as the first to integrate “special needs” students into mainstream ITF Tae Kwon Do classes, all the... Read more...
Peter Choo-Foo: Ty Fung Kung Fu martial scholar
Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Peter Choo-Foo Peter Choo-Foo, currently based in Montreal, Canada, is the founder and head instructor of a modern style called Tyfung Kung Fu.... Read more...
Koss Yokota: Debunking Shotokan Karate Myths
Monday, 31 January 2011
Koss Yokota Shihan Koss Yokota is a 8th Dan Shotokan master who started his martial arts journey in the Hyogo Prefecture, more than 45 years ago. In... Read more...
George Hoover: Practicing a martial arts despite old age and physical limitations
Sunday, 05 December 2010
George Hoover Mr. George Hoover is a gray haired, pot bellied gentleman with a pulmonary disease called Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease... Read more...
Jan Knobel: The virtues of traditional karate vs sports karate
Sunday, 21 November 2010
Sensei Jan Knobel Sensei Jan Knobel has been practicing Traditional Karate for more than 30 years during which, he practice with many  Japanese... Read more...
David McCormick - Stage combat with Fight Directors Canada
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Mr. David McCormick Mr. McCormick started his martial arts training in Shotokan Karate, at the tender age of six. He then got training in the art of... Read more...
Steven McLaughlin - DanZan Ryu Jujitsu and Mizujitsu or the art of underwater fighting
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Steven J. McLaughlin   Sensei Steven J. McLaughlin in his SCUBA gear. Steven J. McLaughlin, a Jujitsu practitionner (4th Degree... Read more...
Jim Gould - The mystical art of Ninjitsu and the secrets of Ninjas
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Jim Gould Sensei Gould practices and teaches the rare and deadly art of Ninjutsu. Unlike many who claims to teach Ninjutsu just to attract... Read more...
Interview with Prof. Carter Hargrave - President of the World JKD Federation and of the American Combat Kempo Association
Wednesday, 07 July 2010
Carter Hargrave Professor Hargrave started training while he was still a kid. He has kept training eversince. He holds many black belts in various... Read more...
Interview with Antonio Flores - one the first westerner to take the undergraduate Wushu degree
Wednesday, 07 July 2010
Antonio Flores Mr. Antonio Flores is a man in his early 50's currently living in Beijing, China. He knows an impressive list of Wushu training... Read more...
Ivar Hafskjold: Stav
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Ivar Hafskjold Ivar Hafskjold is a man currently living in UK. He has been training all his life in the relatively unknowed art of Stav. He is now a... Read more...
Hunter B Armstrong: Hoplology
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Hunter B. Armstrong Mr. Hunter B. Armstrong is a man who has dedicated his life to hoplology. Training in karate since the early sixties, his... Read more...
David Cvet: European Medieval Martial Arts
Sunday, 21 February 2010
David Cvet Mr. David Cvet is a man from Toronto, Canada, who has founded the Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts dedicated to restoring... Read more...
Don Cunningham: The dangers of Martial Arts self proclaimed masters
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Don Cunningham Mr. Don Cunningham is a man that likes to set the records straight in terms of martial arts. Many times, his frankness has gotten him... Read more...
JR Cespedes: Jiu Jitsu, Judo and the effects of martial arts on its practitioners
Sunday, 14 February 2010
J.R. Cespedes Mr. Cespedes and his better half Dr. J. R. Cespedes, (Ph.D.) is an individual with unique national and international credentials in the... Read more...
Frank Docherty: English QuarterStaff
Thursday, 21 January 2010
Frank Docherty Mr. Docherty, living in North London (UK), is a man whom has always been training one way or another. With a background in many Asian... Read more...
Charlie Walton: American Martial art of KaJuKenBo
Tuesday, 28 November 2000
Charlie Walton Charlie Walton is a practitioner of a relatively modern fighting system: Kajukenbo. He started practicing because he was small in... Read more...

 

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