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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.

  • 00:59

    Involving Martial Arts in Preparedness

    in Prepping

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    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.

  • 00:32

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

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    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.

  • 02:01

    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!


  • 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. 

  • 00:29

    everything MMA and martial arts

    in MMA

    everything Mixed Martial Arts

  • Dynamic Dojo TalkRadio: "What's in a name? "- Titles in the Martial Arts

    in Sports

    "What's in a name?". With a myriad of titles for martial arts ranks, we'll discuss the meanings of some of them from Japanese arts, Filipino Arts, and Hawaiian arts. Please call in to explain titles from your art, (347) 677-0699.

    Special guests, Kumu Michelle Manu, and Sensei Wayne Reihle.

    We'll also discuss the appropriate use of them, and talk about "rank recognition organizations"...how does an organization recognize rank if they are outside your art's own organization? , and other subjects. Join the discussion!

  • 02:33

    Lost Arts Radio Show #44 - Clifford Carnicom and Kate Willens

    in Health

    Our first guest on this inaugural Talk Network show is one of the world’s top level researchers in geoengineering, Clifford Carnicom (www.carnicominstitute.org). Hear Clifford tell us about what led him into this research, the amazing discoveries he made, and what he has found is actually in what is being sprayed on us and onto the delicate web of life on our planet. We think you will find this discussion with Clifford incredibly important, and will want to help us spread the archive of this show everywhere. Clifford will be back with us to continue with the information that we could not fit into this one visit, and you will definitely want to be there for that show too, hopefully this coming January if things go as planned. Lost Arts Radio has done a number of past shows on geoengineering and will continue to focus on this as one of the key issues and an intentional threat to the existence of life on Earth.

    Our second guest on this premier show is singer-songwriter Kate Magdalena Willens, a dedicated activist who uses her music to spread awareness of the lethal threats to the entire biosphere, posed by the geoengineering/bioengineering that is going on via chemical aerosols. Kate began working with the Carnicom Institute in 2012, and will share with us some of what she learned from that experience, that deepened her knowledge of what geoengineering/bioengineering really is. Kate’s music, a blend of protest, folk and pop including Celtic style folk music, can be heard on her website www.katemagdalena.com, or at www.soundcloud.com/katewillens, or on our website www.lostartsradio.com as well as where it is used on some of our actual shows.


  • 00:46

    True origin and history of the martial arts by MASTER T. RICHARDSON pt 6

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    True origin and history of the martial arts with GRAND MASTER  Terryl Richardson

    It is common place for people to say that martial arts originated in the far east (China, Japan). On occasion, I have heard people come close to the correct point of origin by saying Greece. With that I asked myself, “If it is true that every culture that had a need for any army had a form of martial arts, then why would it not be logical that martial arts originated where MAN originated?” I have come to learn that martial arts hieroglyphics appeared on the walls of Egyptian tombs 3,400 years B.C., before the arts arose in China and Japan. These hieroglyphics are found on the ancient temple of Karnak in Egypt. Every nation, or “tribe” in Africa has its own complex and complete martial arts styles and these styles can be seen all over the world.

    There are many people who would argue that Greece contains the oldest records of combative arts such as wrestling, boxing, and Pankration. The Greeks began the practice of wrestling around 776 B.C. By that time Egypt was already ancient. It is known to scholars that the name Greece derives from an ancient name for Africa, “Nigrecia”. Present day scholars of what is commonly known as Greco-Roman wrestling attribute the origins of their sport to illustrations discovered on the walls of tombs at a region of ancient Egypt called Mahez, which has been renamed “Beni Hasan”, or “hill of the son of the Hasan family”. At Beni Hasan, in four separate tombs, there are hundreds of paintings on limestone walls that for the most part, have since decayed. 

  • 03:00

    Lost Arts Radio Show #43 - Tom DeWeese and Katharine Dokken

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    On the first part of this Halloween edition of Lost Arts Radio, we are joined by returning guest and Agenda 21 expert Tom DeWeese (www.americanpolicy.org). Tom leads us through a survey of the most recent and current stages of this global assault on humanity, as well as what each of us can do to increase our chances of surviving the attack, and help bring back freedom and prosperity to America and other nations. We briefly recap the origins of Agenda 21 and its recent re-styling as Agenda 2030, how our controllers are using language to get their servants to do the work on this weapon, as well as to get the general public to think of it as something good until it is too late to mount any meaningful resistance.

    For the second half of our Halloween broadcast, we are extremely fortunate to have with us speaker, author, Constitutional and freedom activist Katharine Dokken (www.katharinedokken.com). Katharine wrote her three books and became publicly active after her home was raided and her pet show dogs (including terrified puppies) were stolen by "animal rights" activists, operating illegally with the cooperation of local law enforcement officers, and the support of a corrupt legal system. Emotionally devastated by what amounted to a coordinated kidnapping of her canine family members, which also destroyed the business she had of selling puppies of her fancy show dogs to qualifying buyers, Katharine found a way to salvage her sanity and do something for her lost companions so that their lives with her would not be lost in vain. She became an eloquent and shockingly honest spokesperson, to let the public know the real nature of the criminals pretending to care about the well-being of animals, calling themselves "animal rights activists."