Not enough can be said about Stuart Williams. The old saying goes, “Still waters run deep.” and so does Stuart. So here is an interview that Stuart put together…we talk about little things like, unfocused living, redemption, service, opening doors, short comings, you know the little stuff. Hope you enjoy. The video is located here: http://vimeo.com/44527579
Loren began his martial arts training in 1965 and over the years he has earned 10 black belts, 7 in karate, 2 in jujitsu, 1 in Arnis. As an author of some 50 books, Christensen has received high praise for his easy-to-read, informative writing style. Lawrence and Kris talk with Loren about his latest book – his first fiction called Dukkha, plus his other books, martial arts experiences, and advice for the martial artist. Contact Loren here: http://www.lwcbooks.com/index.html
British Adventurer Mark Woods talks with interviewer Stuart Williams about Mark’s walk to the South Pole and back — solo and unaided. There is a lot of talk these day about warrior this, and warrior that, listen to the way Mark Woods approaches his world and tell me – warrior?
And a big thanks to Stuart Williams for making this interview available, an aces man always willing to share. Be sure and check out Stuart’s work at: Stuart Williams
Taking a 30 thousand foot view of Power and Force Marc covers the difference between the two. Which one is stronger and which one is sustainable. Henry The VIII, Bad McDonald’s behavior. Also which window you may choose to throw people out.
Creative, dedicated, pleasant and all around nice guy, Bob puts off a nice vibe. Bob breaks the mold when it comes to austere, or strict teaching – the smiley faces on the heavy bags could be your first clue! Listen as this retired Marine takes you piece by piece through the what and why not of what he does.
Gary Swain is a Shotokan practitioner from Colorado. This man has a laser like focus on what he teaches, how he teaches and his vision of the world. He doesn’t know how to spell equivocation, let alone vacillation.
Neil Adams has a life built in and around Judo. European Championships, Olympic Silver Medals (Twice) and many, many more Gold, Sliver and Bronze medals. Stuart Williams, from www.Stuart-Williams.com, talks with Neil Adams about competition on a world level, being a marked competitor, and how little separation there is at the world level of competition.
Lending your name, books, publishing, editing, and that whole sorted thing. Guns and the movies, Locking a black belt in a bathroom. All of this and… a little bit more, on this episode of Martial-Secrets.com.
Swords, and swords, plus a Reverend, and did I say swords? Ron Holloway came to the arts later in life, but he has been around a long time. With that he has a unique view of the world, clear and pleasantly firm in his statements of what he knows to be true. And Ron gives off a nice vibe when you sit with him, pleasant and confident. Enjoy.
Tristan Sutrisno has a long history in the martial arts. Pleasant, quick to smile, and just a considerate man. Tristan learned his art the old way –handed down within the family. Further, Tristan has been places many of us never will be and never care to be, so when he says something you should listen. Tristan is as solid as Sears. Enjoy his take on the world and martial arts. Oh yeah, his book:Becoming a Complete Martial Artist is available on Amazon.com.
A Senior Instructor with Dueling Arts International as well as a Fight Director, a Certified Teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD) Michael is trained in TKD, JKD, and the Filipino arts. In our conversation Michael demonstrates how Romeo and Juliet explain social violence. Shares a couple of thoughts on good movie fights—and bad ones as well. Deep, pleasant and a real nice guy. You are going to like Michael.
Geoff worked a decade as a nightclub bouncer, and a pile of really bad jobs. However sure that life had more to offer he took his skills and put them to work as a martial arts instructor, to paper as a writer, and much more. His book, “Watch My Back.” has become a martial arts classic. Listen as interviewer Stuart Williams weaves great questions that get profound answers.
Krav Maga Certified, Former Newspaper Reporter, and Cop. You are going to like John Lupo. He passes my neighbor test; “Would I want _____ as my neighbor.” The answer for John is, “Heck yes, I’ll help him move in!” Also an apology to John, and you the listener, for losing the last ten minutes of the interview resulting in an abrupt end. Retrieving the last audio was not possible.
Lawrence Kane talks with KLAY radio, The Street Wise Forum show, about the new book with Kris Wilder called; How To Win A Fight. + Street Vigilantes…a super hero? and other aspects of violence and society.
Big, brawny, and utterly brilliant in his work environment of violence, and mayhem, you will like Clint. Listen as Clint explains, why you do not want to be a bouncer, What smart bouncers looks for, What they hate, and the results of stupid, unstable people on alcohol and other drugs.
Kris Wilder talks with KLAY radio, The Street Wise Forum show, about the new book with Lawrence Kane called; How To Win A Fight. Lawrence Kane couldn’t make it as he was… actually working security at the time!
Bob Orlando is a nice guy. Smart, a good communicator, full of ideas and ideas well expressed. Bob has trained a long time and has the hard knocks from the floor – and life to prove it. Further he is ready and willing to share those experiences. Bob’s Dutch-Indonesian, Chinese, and Filipino take on the martial arts is fascinating, and fun, learn more at www.OrlandoKuntao.com