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  • 00:31

    Discover 5 Ways a Mobile App Can Grow Your Martial Arts Business

    in Business

    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
    Conduct business
    Provide exclusive promotions, offers, and discounts
    Personalize service

    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.



  • 00:06

    Welcome to the American Martial Arts Alliance Show

    in Business

    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.

  • 01:57

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Teaching martial arts to those with special needs

    in Sports

    1/24/2016 6:00 pm Pacific Time

    Martial Arts is a wonderful extracurricular activity for those with special needs, especially kids with Autism or other sensory-processing issues. The repetition, the familiar curriculum, the familiar faces at each class....each aspect of martial arts allows those with special needs to shine and participate on par with classmates.

    Join Restita and Bob as they talk about martial arts for special needs....specifically the Autism Spectrum, and we want to hear from parents with kids that have sensory processing difficulties, teachers/paraeducators, therapists, and most of all, we want to hear from martial arts instructors who offer classes or programs for special needs kids.

  • 00:59

    Involving Martial Arts in Preparedness

    in Prepping

    Brought to you by PREPARE MAGAZINE  

    Pick up your FREE Digital Subscription Today: http://www.PREPAREMag.com 

    I enjoyed talking with Don Alley not only to get more aquainted with him myself, but to share with you a different 'take' on preparedness that you may not have thought of before.  Don brings a perspective of Martial Arts from an every day preparedness point of view into his family's emergency plan.  I hope you'll listen and learn some new ideas as I did!

    EnJOY the Journey, 


    Donald Alley is a martial practitioner with over 10 years of experience. He has practiced personal protection training methodology with broad-spectrum awareness. He is a black belt in classical Ju Jutsu, Assistant Instructor at the Martial Science Center, and an Emergency Preparedness Instructor and Program Coordinator at Martial Tactical Training of Michigan. Furthermore, he is an NRA Instructor for Basic Pistol and Personal Protection firearm training. His product line, Bu Tactical, includes items for protection, preparedness, and survival applications.

  • 02:14

    NOI Series: Karriem ABdAllah, Martial Arts Champion and Creator of K.A. System

    in Culture

    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    “An Interview with AL-Mu'assis Karriem ABdAllah, Martial Arts Champion and Creator of the K.A. system of Karate, Newark, NJ, Mosque #25”

    AL-Mu'assis Karriem ABdAllah is the 1st Black man and Muslim in the history of the United States of America to create his own system of karate.

    Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, at 15 Karriem ABdAllah became a Muslim in 1959 and a FOI at 17 in 1962 under Min. James Shabazz of Newark’s Mosque No. 25. He received the name "Karriem Allah" by the Hon. Elijah Muhammad in 1964.

    In 1962 he started karate and became a prize student under his only martial arts teacher, the legendary Sensei James Cheatham whom he studied under for 3 years until his untimely death in a plane crash May 30,1966. In 1967 Karriem opened his first karate dojo. He created and developed the KA System of Karate and trained over 15,000 people From 1967-1977, and was successful in karate tournaments of that same era.For the next 10 years (1977-1987) he traveled the circuit as a trainer in kick boxing, amateur and professional boxing also working alongside Muhammad Ali in his camp.

    In 1987 Karriem completed his first book, The K.A. System of Karate "The Freestyle Crouch" which was released January 1988.

    Karriem Abdallah was inducted into the NJ State Martial Arts Hall of Fame on Dec. 5, 2014, and inducted into the Newark Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 22, 2015.

    Tune in for this powerful interview of our Bro. AL-Mu'assis Karriem ABdAllah!!

    with co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah 
    TUES 1/5/16 at 8pm EST Call in# 646-595-4289 

  • 01:01

    Where does martial arts fit in your life?

    in Lifestyle

    How has the martial arts affected your life or the lives of those around you stories from weekends with friends all the way to life changing experiences all comers are welcome.


  • 00:32

    Martial Arts Talk Show Presents Isshin-ryu Karate in America 2015

    in Sports

    Martial Arts Talk Show Host Dan Vena talks about Isshinryu Karate in America 2015.

    This episode is to recap the work of all Isshinryu Sensei in the United States for this year. 2015 has turned out to be very successful with regard to the progress of our style here in the States. We look forward to working together in the coming years to build on our progress. 2016 promises to be another good year for Isshinryu based on the scheduled events already. So call in to the show and speak live with our host Dan Vena.

  • 02:00

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Open Mic Mania! Anything Martial Arts!

    in Sports

    Sunday December 6th, 6:00 pm Pacific Time

    Join Restita and friends for another open mic night, listeners welcome to bring any martial arts subjects to the table!  Call us to join in live on the air: (347) 677-0699

    We'll pick up where we left off on a previous open-mic night, talking about why different people choose traditional or modern martial arts, the pros and cons of each, etc. We'll also talk about "wannabees"...those who talk the talk but never walked the walk, and other stuff as the open discussion leads to other things.

    However we want to talk about anything and everything our listeners would like to talk about, martial arts related of course.


  • 01:48

    MCS Live: Mixed Martial Arts Special

    in Sports

    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.

  • 00:31

    Mixed Martial Arts news & opinion, a big injury at 155, Rousey wants more titles

    in MMA

    On this episode of The Majority Decision we are bringing the best Mixed Martial Arts news and opinion. We are going to discuss a big injury in the UFC's 155 pound division and how it affects the contendership to the lightweight championship. Ronda Rousey wants more titles and the ones that she wants are not in the UFC. Could Rousey be a champion in boxing? Will ever see her in a WWE ring?

    All this and more on this episode of The Majority Decision. 

  • 02:01

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Call in to give your input on martial arts subjects

    in Sports

    Sunday November 22, 6:00 pm PST

    Call Rusty and Bob at (347-677-0699 to give your input on several Martial Arts Subjects: Diet/Fitness, flexibility, important facets of self defense, traditional terminology, use of archaic weaponry, and more!