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Join us for a special interview with Bill “Superfoot” Wallace and Jessie Bowen, Executive Director of the American Martial Arts Alliance.
For the past 50 years, Bill “Superfoot” Wallace has been known as the World’s Greatest Kicker. He is still one of the most sought after seminar instructors in the country. He is branded through his books, movies, videos, martial arts schools, martial arts supply companies, and the list goes on.
Topic: Building Your Martial Arts Brand
Mobile technology has changed how martial arts schools reach customers. A mobile app makes it easy to grow your martial arts business and create more customer loyalty. According to a report from CNN Money, app usage makes up 47% of Internet traffic. Join show host Jessie Bowen and Appvill101 President Keddrain Bowen, Appvill101 is located in Johnson city Tenessee,
Appvill101 brings you cutting edge, easy-to-use, cost-effective mobile apps (websites) to your businesses fingertips. Over 75% of the world’s population are mobile subscribers - learn how you can connect with your consumers the way they want to connect.
Topic: Discover 5 Ways a Mobile App Can Grow Your Martial Arts Business
How to stay in communication with your students
Deliver key information
Provide exclusive promotions, offers, and discounts
Appville 101 designs and develops apps, web sites and videos that allow customers to create a viral buzz and connect with their audience. Appville 101 strategies and solutions increase customer awareness, create brand loyalty, intensify traffic and drive sales.Visit their website http://www.appville101.com/
Nominate your martial arts hero for the AMAA WHO'S WHO in the Martial Arts induction and book pubublication.
Welcome to the American Martial Arts Alliance.The AMAA offers consultation services to help instructors with the business of running a martial arts school. AMAA Mission Statement: The primary focus of the American Martial Arts Alliance, LLC is to develop discipline, respect, honor, accountability, and leadership through the philosophy of martial arts.
Mill City Sports returns for another two-hour summer MCS Live.
Episode 2 features talk on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Combat Zone, East Coast Fighting Championship (ECFC) and much more of the mixed martial arts world.
MCS Live co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will be joined by Mike McMahon as they preview UFC Fight Night 47 in Maine, talk about upcoming UFC events, touch on Combat Zone 50 and the upcoming ECFC 2 in Lowell.
About Our Guest:
Mike McMahon covers mixed martial arts for the Eagle Tribune newspaper, contributes to MMA coverage on Mill City Sports and Yahoo Sports. Additionally, McMahon covers college hockey for College Hockey News and his own site The Mack Report.
Martial Arts Talk Show Host Hanshi Daniel J. Vena will be talking about our martial arts pioneers tonight.
We will be talking about all different styles and sensei that helped pave the way for all of us. Call in and help document your lineage and style.
Our guest callers can call in at : 1-(929)-477-3210
Join us in talking about your style and lineage, we are going to be mentioning the names and styles of some of our American Martial Arts Pioneers.
Kin Moy joins the panel to discuss his Bellator debut and, in our opinion, the horrible judging. We'll recap other recent Bellator, UFC, and Invicta fights. Georgette will break down the UFC's decision to reinstate alleged domestic abuser Thiago Silva, and provide the latest information on War Machine's charges for domestic violence.
Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host Kancho Daniel J. Vena along with our Executive Producer Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud to present on tonights show Martial Arts Pioneers in the United States of America.
Our Guests can call in 646 716 6825 at 9 PM EST to discuss our pioneers here in the states. Tonight we will be talking about how martial arts started in the states and who those people are and how they started. Keeping in mind that martial arts almost did not exist here in the United States and what their contribution was to the arts and what they meant to all of us. We ask that you call into the show and share your experience with our loyal listeners.
Restita DeJesus began her martial arts training in 1978 and has been teaching martial arts to people of all ages since 1982, specializing in children’s classes. Restita holds Black Belt/Instructor certifications in Butokukan Karate, Wun Hop Kuen Do, Wushu, Kyudo, Eskrima, Yang Tai Chi, Chen Tai Chi, and Qigong. Her other studies have included Aikido and Iaido. She is the host of a weekly online radio podcast, “Dynamic Dojo Talkradio”, and founder of “Seattle Snapdragons Bullwhip & Traditional Target Sports”, a club of enthusiasts interested in bullwhip trick cracking, blowgun, slingshot, and knife throwing. Restita is a Hall of Fame member in the Masters Hall of Fame, World Cacoy Doce Pares Hall of Fame, Martial Arts History Museum Hall of Honors. She is a lifetime member of the Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors, and Executive Board member to the Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists
Real soul Music talk radio presents a good historical knowledge of where martial arts came from. Host DJ Jano G and Co Host Mr. Yeyo and crew will give some detailed information on the subject. We will discuss how we have been intrigued by it since early childhood. We will have the Thought info of today and the positive groove as well. Please join the movement and we do not judge anyone.
Highlight of this episode : OPEN MIC NIGHT:
FRIDAY, MARCH 14TH, 2014
Ed McGrath's School of Isshin-ryu Karate-do & Kobu-do presents our Martial Arts Talk Show. Host Dan Vena invites martail artists to call in and talk about their practice. We invite students to call in and ask questions and discuss training procedures with progress based results. Our show is 30 minutes live and BTR allows us to keep talking for up to 45 minutes archived. So take advantage of our platform and advertise your school.
Our main goal is to promote unity and harmony amoung all martial artists no matter what discipline or style. As a traditional dojo we practice the curriculum developed on Okinawa by Shimabuku Tatsuo Sensei. His style of Isshin was developed by his learning of Goju and Shorin. We here in the United States practice the curriculum brought home by Don Nagle Sensei. (USMC-DEC:) His teachings have spread throughout the world since that first dojo in Jacksonville, North Carolina. My Sensei Ed McGrath (USMC-RET:) is the inheritor of Don Nagle's AOKA continues to focus on building the camaraderie that existed in that original dojo. So here we are on BTR asking you to call in and talk about your experience.
Call in and speak live to the host.
Don't miss special guest, Mimi Hwang from Hwang's Martial Arts as my special guest.
Hwang’s Martial Arts wants every family to have fun, AND get healthy together on Saturday, March 7 at the Kentucky International Convention Center, all while raising funds for Kosair Children’s Hospital. From 12pm to 2pm, there will be fire and safety vehicles, free health screenings, interactive booths provided by local businesses, a rock climbing wall, petting zoo, and bounce houses, along with many other exciting things to experience!
From 2 until 4 pm, festival-goers will enjoy an once-in-a-lifetime demonstration by the 1984 Olympic Medalist, Grandmaster Jung Oh Hwang. Along with the spine-tingling martial arts demonstration by Grandmaster Hwang, hundreds of Hwang’s students will be performing exciting demonstrations of their own, featuring heart-stopping weapons routines, high-flying board breaking, and an exhilarating display of precision and technique.
Hwang’s Martial Arts offers a variety of different programs for the whole family. HMA offers beginner taekwondo classes, all day summer camps, after school program, birthday parties, and judo/hapkido classes.
Sunday February 15, 2015, 11:00 am. Call us to join the discussion (347) 677-0699
Its our Sunday Brunch Show!! And this time, we're featuring some kids answering the questions "Why did you start Martial arts?" and "What's your favorite part about martial arts?". This episode is geared toward kids and parents, so have your kids listen to the show and call in to join the conversation if they are martial artists!
Joining us live on the air will be Michael LaCoste, a juniors Kung Fu student at Body Movement Arts, and his mother, Renee, who will discuss the benefits of martial arts training for kids with special needs, teaching styles in schools, and parent responsibility in learning martial arts and in public learning.
We welcome kids from martial arts schools to call in and join Michael in discussing their love for martial arts.
If your martial arts studio teaches kids, we'd love to hear from you and your young students!