Podcast Episode 63: Interview with Dan Trailescu

Dan Trailescu is a martial arts and self-defense instructor from Europe who has an interesting take on things. We talked about most everything related to these two in this interview and it was tons of fun. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did talking to Dan.

The bonus episode in which he answers Patron questions is here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/53076977

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Podcast Episode 62: The aging martial arts instructor

Young folks, old philosophers, and vampires. Seemingly unrelated, but I touch on all of these and much more in this episode on how you can age as a martial arts instructor. How things change and how I’m going about it.

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Podcast Episode 61: Interview with Maija Soderholm

I had a great time doing an interview with Maija Soderholm for the podcast. We got to talk about Arnis and Filipino martial arts, knives, knife design, her books, her views on martial arts and self-defense, and of course, what it was like to train with her teacher, Maestro Sonny Umpad.

In the bonus episode on Patreon, she answers questions from my Patrons and she also shows us her new knife design.

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Podcast Episode 60: Filters of violence

I share some thoughts on how you can use filters of violence to look at incidents and learn from them. By consciously switching these filters, you can avoid being blindsided by your own biases or lack of specific experience. In the end, they help you discover more information that you can then use to keep yourself safe.

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