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Les meilleurs podcasts de Krav Maga que nous avons pu trouver (mis à jour Août 2020)
Les meilleurs podcasts de Krav Maga que nous avons pu trouver
Mis à jour Août 2020
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Talking to Savages is a weekly Podcast Where, Former MMA Fighter Ryan "One More Round" Rother and Reality Based Self Defense Instructor Randy King, Interview people with the Craziest stories about: Violence, Crime, Conflict and sometimes Sex. Listen in as Ryan and Randy talk to some of the most fascinating people about the crazy and hilarious things that happen to them in their professional and personal lives.
 
Martial Arts and Self-Defense expert Wim Demeere has 30+ years of experience training and teaching. He shares this with you to help you improve your skills and lead a safer life. Discover how you can defend yourself in a more effective manner and become a better martial artist, no matter what level of experience you have or which fighting systems you study. Wim has been working as a full-time personal trainer for over 20 years and has taught professional athletes as well as regular folks jus ...
 
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You thought I was Done with this subject!?! Wrong! Here it is again in audio with additional commentary on the topics discussed of What Pokemon Taught Me. The blog Posts written earlier this year are as follows, "What Pokemon Taught Me about Losing", "What Pokemon Taught Me about being OK with who I am", "What Pokemon Taught Me about Health and Nut…
 
Mike is a Police Officer with the New York City Police Department for 6 years. He has been a Krav Maga practitioner for 9 years and he has been training in martial arts since 2009 which includes training in MMA, Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo. With his role as a Police Officer in a major urban city, he knows the difference between sport an…
 
Episode 17: Black Panther, Crossfit and Racism with Syn MartinezSyn Martinez joins us today to discuss his journey from a black militant to an owner of a crossfit box in Harlem. Syn is one of the first black owners of a crossfit gym in the United States, he managed to build a community of crossfitters in Harlem, New York. Today, he gives personal i…
 
Welcome back to UTKMs Warriors Den Podcast. This is the first of many Blog Post Series podcasts where whenever we write a series we will add it as a blogpost with additional commentarty. This series covers a variety of topics including, Digital Self Defense, Financial Self Defense and Mental Self Defense. This series as read and discussed by Jonath…
 
Most of us have lived through this pandemic for a while now and life has been very different from before. In this episode, I mention some lessons you can learn from this experience to help you with your self-defense training once this is over. Good luck and stay safe! For the show notes with all the links, go to http://www.wimsblog.com/49 Stay safe…
 
Tammy Yard-McCracken returns as a guest to talk about emotional and psychological issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic and how to handle them. Loads of practical, no-nonsense information. You can listen to the free second part of the interview here. For the show notes with all the links, go to http://www.wimsblog.com/48 Stay safe!…
 
In this episode, survival expert Toby Cowern shares time-critical information to survive the Coronavirus pandemic. You might want to take notes while listening. You can listen to the bonus Patreon episode here For the show notes with all the links, go to http://www.wimsblog.com/47 Stay safe!Par Wim Demeere, martial artist, self-defense expert, author, instructor
 
I woke up this morning to a bunch of questions from people about the Coronavirus and personal safety. So I decided to make this the topic of today's episode. I go over a bunch of information you need to know first and then paint a picture of how things work in today's world, what to expect and what you can do to stay safe. I hope we can all look ba…
 
I'm very happy to finally release this podcast episode of my interview with Andy Benfield. He's been a student of mine for many years and has traveled extensively through, but also lived in, many Asian and African countries. To say that he's had a few adventures is perhaps the understatement of the year... So I wanted to pick his brain a bit and he…
 
The first episode of the new year! I look back to some of the highlights of 2019 and then talk extensively about what I have in store for you in 2020. Spoiler: it's a lot... Anyway, give this episode a listen! For the show notes with all the links, go to http://www.wimsblog.com/44 Enjoy!Par Wim Demeere, martial artist, self-defense expert, author, instructor
 
It's finally here! After loads of blood, sweat, and tears, Boxing for Self-Defense is published. Both the ebook and paperback versions are available right now and non-Amazon retailers will follow soon. It's been a road filled with difficulties to both write this book and then get it published. In this episode, I talk about that, what the book is, a…
 
It took more time than I would have liked, but here is the interview I did with Tammy Yard-McCracken. She is a psychotherapist, Krav Mage instructor, Violence Dynamics instructor and much, much more. I very much enjoyed talking to her about her approach to teaching self-defense and everything else we got to cover. The bonus episode where Tammy answ…
 
Took longer than I wanted, but here's the interview with Alain Burrese I promised you all. Alain is a great guy and has loads of training and experience. He's written some excellent books, not least of which his latest one on how to survive a shooting. We talk about that and a lot more during this episode. We also did a bonus episode on my Patreon …
 
In this one, Iain Abernethy and I talk about teaching from our specific expertise: He does lots of seminars, I do lots of private teaching. We thought it would be interesting for you to hear us talk shop about the way our experience is both similar and different. I certainly had a lot of fun in this talk and learned a lot. There is also a bonus epi…
 
This Tuesday, October 15, it will be exactly twenty years since I started my very first website. My blog today grew out of those humble beginnings and it's been quite a journey! In this episode, I talk about the ups and downs, funny and great things that happened along the way and how I will celebrate this anniversary with a deluge of podcasts this…
 
This episode of the podcast has the Randy King interview I mentioned a while ago. We had a blast talking about self-defense and teaching it and I'm sure you'll enjoy it a lot. If all goes well, I'll do another Randy King interview here on the podcast in the future, perhaps when his new book comes out. In the meantime, enjoy the show! For the show n…
 
This podcast came about because a few things came together one after the other. It got me thinking about all those silly (heated) arguments on the internet about martial arts and self-defense. We all know these happen, but what would be a better way to discuss these topics? That's what this episode is all about. For the show notes with all the link…
 
This was a fun interview with Nick Osipczak, former MMA fighter in the UFC and tai chi chuan practitioner. We talk about his fights and training, how gegot started with Tai Chi Chuan, his painting, CBD business and lots more. We had some issues with the connection every now and then, so keep listening if it cuts out occasionally. Enjoy! For the sho…
 
Episode 16: Crash Course In MotivationMotivation is why a person acts or behaves in a particular way. It also drives people’s willingness and desire to do something. When there is motivation, there is enthusiasm. Motivation builds in people’s mindset. It gathers their senses and pulls them up from laziness and inactivity to achieve something, to bu…
 
Last June, I did a special Q&A month on Patreon. I didn't get to all the questions, so I am working my way through them in various places, including in this podcast. Carlos asked me about the effectiveness of Pentjak Silat and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for self-defense. In this episode, I try to give a nuanced opinion on both these arts. Enjoy! For the s…
 
Iain Abernethy and I do a crossover podcast after so many of you asked us to do another one. If you missed it before, you can listen to the first one here. Today, we talked about the top training tips we give to martial artists and self-defense practitioners. There's lots of food for thought here, so you might want to take your time listening. Also…
 
Petra Foerster is a UTKM Assistant Instructor and Orange Belt as well as a Judo Brown Belt who regularly trains both styles. Jeff Dyble, is a veteran Krav Maga practitioner a UTKM Yellow belt and works in the film industry working his way into the stunt world. He also runs Gi. Jacked a clothing company […]…
 
The conflict between Israel and Palestine can often seem like a permanent feature of the global order. The wars, intifadas, refugees camps, suicide vests, UN resolutions, and peace talks have been painfully burned into our collective consciousness. But how could this have happened? Was it always this way? That’s what we’ll seek to find out in this …
 
Here's the next podcast episode, #32: Self-defense tips for young women. This will be a controversial one for some listeners, I'm well aware of it. But I believe it is more important to be as truthful as I can be than cater to popular belief that I know to be harmful. If it isn't for you, then I can only shrug and move on. Nobody forces you to list…
 
Over the past five years, the Martial Arts Studios industry has grown by 4.2% to reach revenue of $4bn in 2018. In the same timeframe, the number of businesses has grown by 6.6% and the number of employees has grown by 6.0%.Krav Maga is on the rise, and each day it seems like a new Krav Maga gym opens. Today we discuss what is Krav Maga?What makes …
 
In today’s episode we have a special guest traveling all the way from Israel. Samuel Yaron Brill who is a Filipino Combat Systems, a Krav Maga instructor, Former Israeli IDF with honorable discharge, discharge) Physiology lecturer and lecturer on the relationship between physical activity and healthIn today’s episode we discuss Sam’s unique backgro…
 
In this episode you get to hear my little response to other martial artist commenting on our videos that believe their technique to be superior. When it comes down to Krav, we don't claim to be the best at anything, we claim to be the most practical. We don't box a boxer, we don't wrestle a wrestler we Krav everybody. We don't talk about which is t…
 
In this episode, I take a closer look at the three most common mistakes students make in martial arts and self-defense classes. I've been teaching for a long time and have consistently seen these come up. They can be avoided though, which is what I also discuss here. Enjoy! For the show notes with all the links, go to http://www.wimsblog.com/31…
 
This freeze is when you have a plan or vision and something happens on the way to that goal to disrupt your plan and make you think when you should be full of action. To avoid this freeze train for action with repetition so when the time comes, your body naturally knows what to do. Your opponent can also get this freeze and you can utilize it in a …
 
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