Category Archives: Karate

Great show and podcast launch

well, the Martial Ats Extravaganza canned food drive went really good. Almost 250 pounds and $450 was donated. I launched the podcast and we had a great show. A few schools didn’t show up to perform and we had a … Continue reading

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Physical battle and the Christian or was Ghandi right?

Friend asked: “what are ur thoughts on physical battle from a Christian perspective. Jesus taught Turn the other cheek and live by the sword die by the sword.” My thoughts: There are times that dying for a cause is a … Continue reading

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No Bruce Lee socks

I may never reach the advanced shoe tying techniques of Bruce Lee. I believe I have humbly acquired the sock technique though. Since my surgery for a labrum tear (it is similar to a rotator cuff ) I have had … Continue reading

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Brink of Freedom .net

I would like to begin two articles for Brink of Freedom: Health & Fitness section: ideas: 1. MMA for old farts: Combined training for any age I remember watching 80-something Professor Wally Jay walk like a little old tourist, until… … Continue reading

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Just plain Rodney

My friend Rodney is celebrating 21 years living in his own apartment and 22 years holding the same job. He is an Orange Belt in karate and won 3rd place in a karate tournament. I am honored to have been … Continue reading

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TSP Guest in March

I officially got an invite to be a guest speaker on The Survival Podcast in March. I am honored and excited.

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Facing myself

In the Martial Arts I have read many times, that ones greatest enemy is self. Spiritually, this is the case also. The tongue can not be held, the will can not be bent, training scars often never fade. When we … Continue reading

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