Sunday, May 8, 2011 - 20:23

Antonio Graceffo is a true martial arts anthropologist and adventurer. Learning obscure styles of martial arts all over southeast Asia, Antonio shares his experiences of studying at the Shaolin Temple, a Muay Thai Temple in Thailand and studying with other locally known masters of styles such as Kuntaw, Bokator and variations of Muay Thai.

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Saturday, April 30, 2011 - 08:52

Start with Part 1 of this interview here.

In part two Shihan Dana Abbott talks about the "Spirit of the Samurai". What is it, and how has it shaped Japan over the years? How does this weapon, the sword represent an entire philosophy?

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Saturday, April 30, 2011 - 08:30

Inducted into the black belt hall of fame in 2004 as weapons instructor of the year, Shihan Dana Abbott is the director of the International Sports Chanbara Association, which represents more than 160,000 members in 30 countries around the globe. He is also the founder of Samurai Sports Incorporated, a sword training company.

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Monday, April 25, 2011 - 03:35

Master Spencer Gee has had extensive training in several martial arts styles from Tai Chi to Filipino weapons arts. In this interview we talk about his experience in Pankration, the original MMA, or the "Martial Art of All Powers" which dates back to ancient Greece in the 6th century B.C.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2011 - 20:29
In this episode, I speak with Peter Freedman Sensei, Grandmaster of the Boston Arnis Club and trainer to sky marshalls, special forces and CIA, to name a few. Primarily teaching the style of Ketsugo Ju-jutsu, Sensei Freedman has developed his own method of teaching called “Freedman’s Method of Ketsugo Ju-jutsu” based on very scientific principles of mechanics.

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