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  • 02:00

    Modern Combat Masters Presents Hanshi Gregory Duncan

    in Sports

    Modern Combat Masters, Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant, his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena, with Executive Producer, Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud and honored to present tonights special guest, Hanshi Gregory Duncan to the program. Inheritor of the Way of the Winds System.


    The Way of the Winds™ system not only entails training in ninjitsu, but also encompasses a comprehensive approach to all of the many facets of Ronald Duncan's history as a martial artist. Self defense and combative strategies are the main emphasis of training as students are also exposed to the traditional Budo arts. such as jujitsu, aiki-jujitsu, kobujitsu (weaponry), and Karate-do.


    O'Sensei Ronald Duncan his father,


    Born in Panama. Professor Ronald Duncan began training in boxing at the age of seven. Since Professor Ronald Duncan grew up in an area where many of the elite military forces of that country were training in jungle warfare, he learned at an early age to read the signs of nature for directions in and out of the jungle. It was the beginning of a long and very involved career in many aspects of the martial arts.


    Ronald Duncan went on to serve in the United States Marine Corp where he was a member of the USMC Judo team and earned one of his earliest black belt rankings. Professor Duncan went on to earn a black belt in several other disciplines such as Hakko Ryu Jujitsu, Dai-nippon Jujitsu Ryu, Sosuishi Ryu, Kin Dai Gakko Ryu, Aikido, Aiki-Jujitsu, Kempo, Kobujitsu (weaponry), and Shinobino-jitsu (popularly known as Ninjitsu). His teachers were all legendary men; Charlie Neal, Ernie Cates, Tatsuo Uzaki, and Don Draeger.

  • 01:15

    WARRIOR MARTIAL ARTS VISIONARY: George Lloyd, Cherokee Descendant

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... no call-ins please!


    Cherokee descendant George Lloyd started Tae Kwon Do at the age of 13. He went to 2nd degree black belt in 1984. He left Tae Kwon Do and studied HAPKIDO and Ninjitsu. In 1996 he returned to Tae Kwon Do and tested for his 3rd (Dan) Black Belt.

    In 1999 he became certified as an Instructor in Chung Do Kwon, Tae Kwon Do. He now operates Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do.

    In March of this 2008 he collapsed with a blood sugar of 1069. As he was in the hospital I had visions of "WARRIORS ART" that he am now bringing into being.

  • 01:54

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Christine Bannon-Rodrigues & R Marcos Taylor

    in Sports

    Sunday October 19th, 11:00 am  The SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW!


    Join us as we welcome Christine Bannon-Rodrigues and R Marcos Taylor, incredible martial artists and acting professionals!


    Christine is an 8th degree Black Belt,  holds 9 World Championships, including consecutive 3-time World Titles at the W.A.K.O Games. Christine has acted for both film and television, including the feature films Sci-Fighter (aka X-Treme Fighter) and 27 Dresses. Her stunt work can be seen in a number of Hollywood productions, including Batman and Robin, and The Next Karate Kid. She has appeared on TV in WMAC Masters & Mortal Kombat Annihilation, and did the martial arts choreography for the film Champions of the Deep (2012). 


    Marcos began intensive training in: Karate Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Capoeira, and Hapkido, and has more than twenty years of training in these forms. Marcus holds the rank of Kru in Muay Thai and also trains in other martial art forms including: Kung Fu, Boxing, Judo, Ninjitsu, and Gracie Jui Jitsu.  He is the NJ StateTaekwondo Champion 1994, YB Choi Taekwondo Invitational Champion 1995, and the Muay Thai Warriors Cup Super-Heavy Weight Champion 2010. He was also a certified personal trainer, gym owner, professional fighter, bodyguard, and has taught martial arts and self-defense locally and internationally for the last twenty-four years. Marcus also works as an actor and stuntman.

  • 01:10

    a skeptical look at martial arts

    in Atheism

    Join us as we explore mysticism within martial arts with Sensei Charles Aarons (Aikido Takayama) & Sensei Chris Taylor (Nimpo Taijitsu Bujinkan). We discuss the origins of their respective arts and common misconceptions about them. Enjoy all the usual segments as well.This episode is pre-recorded.

  • 01:39

    WARRIOR ARTS VISIONARY: George Lloyd, Cherokee Descendant

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... no call-ins please!


    Cherokee descendant George Lloyd started Tae Kwon Do at the age of 13. He went to 2nd degree black belt in 1984. He left Tae Kwon Do and studied HAPKIDO and Ninjitsu. In 1996 he returned to Tae Kwon Do and tested for his 3rd (Dan) Black Belt.

    In 1999 he became certified as an Instructor in Chung Do Kwon, Tae Kwon Do. He now operates Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do.

    In March of this 2008 he collapsed with a blood sugar of 1069. As he was in the hospital I had visions of "WARRIORS ART" that he am now bringing into being.

  • 02:02

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: Shihan Jacov Bresler

    in Sports

    Shihan Jacov Bresler was first introduced to the world of martial arts in 1968, at the age of sixteen while working as a Merchant Marine for the Israeli company called Zim. His instructor was an Israeli Ex Special Forces Soldier who trained for several years in Korea and Japan. He also specialized in the hand-to-hand close quarter combat known as KAPAP and KRAV MAGA. 


    In recognition of his commitment to the martial arts, he has been appointed by the Israeli association as the West Coast Head Instructor for KAPAP/KRAV MAGA for the Israeli International KAPAP Association. Jacov holds a 5th degree Black Belt at Israeli Karate; a 3rd Top Grade KAPAP instructor; a Top Grade hand-to-hand combat close quarters instructor; a 6the Dan Black Belt in Arjukenpo; a 5th Dan Black Belt in Du Roe Ninjitsu; as is a Kickboxing instructor.


    Jacov Bresler remains extremely active in teaching, training, and continues to enthusiastically exchange ideas by encouraging students and friends in the martial arts community to do the same.


    Shihan is also a Stuntman, film producer and director. For the past 30 years, Jacov has worked with such notables as Sylvester Stallone, Steven Segal, Lorenzo Lamas, Olivier Gruner, and many other well known action stars. Jacov has successfully combined his martial arts discipline and knowledge with his career in the motion picture industry which has proven to be specially helpful during fight choreography and stunt work! http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0107722/


     

  • 01:12

    ASHIDA KIM

    in Health

    Please visit www.qigongmasters.com to watch the video part of our talk show.
    Ashida Kim is an internationally renowned martial artist who teaches and lectures on the art of Ninjitsu around the world. He is the author of The Invisible Ninja, Iron Body Ninja, Ninja Mind Control, and many other books.
    He began his study of the Martial Arts at age twelve. Due to his father being a career soldier, he had frequent opportunities to attend a variety of Judo clubs. Almost every post, where they were stationed, there was one. At that time, Judo was the only Oriental system available to western students. While attending the university, Ashida added the repertoire of Shotokan Karate kicks and punches to his arsenal of Judo throws and wrestling holds. He studied human anatomy, psychology as well as the strategy and tactics of combat. While serving in the Army, he learned Ninja arts of invisibility, Inpo and Tonpo, entering and escaping. He also presumably learned Dim Mak, the mysterious Chinese Art of Deadly Touch.
    Since that time, Ashida Kim has written fifty books on the subject of Martial Arts, distributed worldwide and in nine different translations. He toured on the international circuit to South Africa and Australia teaching Qigong and written up in People magazine. He also travelled to Germany and Italy in his role as the Ambassador of the Shinja Martial Arts University. In 2009 he was inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Grandmaster of the Year.

  • 00:45
  • 02:01

    CONVERSATION WITH A LIVING LEGEND: Ronald Duncan

    in MMA

    The GET OFF FIRST SANUCES RYU TALKSHOW, sits down with Professor Ronald Duncan for a candid conversation about his life and historic contributions to the Martial Arts World as 'The Father of American Ninjitsu'. We will also discuss his relationship with Dr. Moses Powell and their involvement in GM Aaron Banks 'Oriental World of Self Defense'. His student, Shihan Khaleeq Lewis will also be joining us. YOU DONT WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW!

  • 02:00

    Prophecykeepers Radio - George Lloyd and Red Elk

    in Paranormal

    Prerecorded show... please don't call in.
    Tonight's guests are George Lloyd and Red Elk
    First Hour: George Lloyd.
    George started Tae Kwon Do at the age of 13. He went to 2nd degree black belt in 1984. He left Tae Kwon Do and studied HAPKIDO and Ninjitsu. In 1996 he returned to Tae Kwon Do and tested for my 3rd (Dan) Black Belt.

    In 1999 he became certified as an Instructor in Chung Do Kwon, Tae Kwon Do. I now operate Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do.

    In March of 2008 he collapsed with a blood sugar of 1069. As I was in the hospital I had visions of "WARRIORS ART" that I am now bringing into being.
     
    Second Hour: RedElk returns!
    -TWISTED HAIR SOCIETY-
    -INNER HEYOKA SOCIETY-
    -RED WEB SOCIETY-

  • 01:34

    Our Martial Arts Legacy - Then, Today, Tomorrow

    in Religion

    When we think of martial arts our focus is usually on combat and war aspects, which is logical, since "martial" means "war".
    But it's the “art” that lends itself to their real appeal to the many practitioners, worldwide. "Art" that sometimes reflects religion or culture. For example, aikido was developed by a man, whose growing spiritual consciousness convinced him that we should learn to neutralize, rather than directly confront aggression.  Hsing-i (Mind-Will Boxing) on the other hand, was designed for the battlefield, so it features direct, straight forward and damaging techniques. 
    Bruce Lee, through his movies and TV roles, was and still is an integral factor in the popularity the martial arts enjoys today. Of course, he was part of a larger genre of Asian Kung-Fu movies, which became very popular to outside audiences during the 70s. And the UFC, which purports itself to present a more realistic example of martial arts application, continues to grow in popularity.
    Our community has produced many outstanding martial artists, including Professor Moses Powell, Master George Cofield, Ronald Duncan and Mestre’ Jao Grande’.
    It is my pleasure to bring to you, the Critical Discourse audience, one of our living legends/masters.
    Master Ali Abdul-Karim started his training in 1967, due to the influence of his older brother. In 1969, he studied Ninjitsu, with Master Ronald Duncan, right here in Brooklyn.   Master Karim’s services are constantly in demand, in organizing self-defense and conflict resolution plans.
    So, I invite martial artists from all disciplines, to go review and relive this history, what this means and where do we go from here, in an ever-evolving world. Share your own experiences and insights with our friends at Critical Discourse.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYd8KyK6E2k