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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.
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.
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.
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.
SUNDAY 11/16/2014, 11 am Pacific Time. SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW! (347) 677-0699
We've seen it in any activity....the Ego that demands recognition and respect. We all have Ego, but some have bigger ones than others, to the point of inflated self image, a sense of superiority over anyone, and an attitude where everyone should know who you are.
How does Ego affect martial arts training? Or even teaching martial arts? Is humility all that it's cracked up to be? We'll discuss these questions and more, so join us for the conversation! Give us a call or listen live on Blogtalkradio.com!
Shifu Jonathan Bluestein (LL.B) is a martial arts teacher and author hailing from Israel. He is the founder of the Tianjin Martial Arts Academy, where he teaches the traditional Chinese martial arts of Xing Yi Quan and Pigua Zhang. For many years now, shifu Bluestein has been devoted to the practical and scholarly investigation of the martial arts. As a multidisciplinary researcher, shifu Bluestein’s writings are also heavily influenced by Chinese Philosophy, Jungian Psychology, modern sports science and various historical sources and anecdotes. He considers the martial arts to be a holistic field of study, and therefore strives to explore their nature utilizing many different viewpoints and disciplines. In recent years, shifu Bluestein has also published a multitude of articles about the martial arts, which are listed and can be read freely on the book's official website
All Hunger-Games fantasies aside, what does it take to be a "Warrior" today?
Join Rock and Spectre as we talk with members of the Nation's top fundraising Warrior Dash team,
The MissFits 4 Life,
who've just completed their third annual Warrior Dash mud run, and managed to raise $18,000 this year, for a total of over $50,000 for the past three years. All proceeds go to St. Jude's Childrens Research Hospital.
We're also discussing various martial arts, their realistic place in society and our idea of modern-day Warriors.
Plus, we'll be previewing an audio peek of our upcoming documentary web series.
Ed McGrath THE VOICE OF KARATE
Tonight we will talk about the Voice of Karate Ed McGrath Sensei.
Tonight I sit down to discuss Vitor Belfort vs. Dan Henderson and rumors surrounding Anderson Silva. Joining me will be BJJ Brownbelt Rafael Figueira. Rafael has been training BJJ in Brazil for the last few months and brings his input about Brazilian fighters right here to late night MMA.
Gurujodha Singh will talk to us about his study, practice and teaching of Martial Arts