Podcast Episode 19: Dealing with martial arts injuries

This episode goes into detail about something that has been a large part of my life for the last few years: Dealing with martial arts injuries. I’ve had my fair share and several people wanted me to cover this, so here goes!

Show notes:

1. Intro:

2. Dealing with martial arts injuries:

3. Q&A:

 

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Patreon Overview for April 2018

April was a hectic month for me, but I managed to get all the rewards done and added a few bonus videos for all reward tiers too. We also just welcomed the 35th Patron, Michael, which leaves only 15 spots for the “Founding Fifty” who will each get an individualized video.

Here are the rewards for April:

All my recent free public posts on my Patreon Activity Stream

Topics of this month’s newsletter

Wim Demeere Patreon Newsletter April 2018

One-hour private Livestream chat

Quick Q&A #013: Using mental rehearsal

Quick Q&A #013 - Using mental rehearsal

Violence analysis #017: Woman pulls gune at drive through

Violence analysis 017- Woman pulls gune at drive through

Instructional video #017: Shock Entries 2, Kuntao/Silat Elbow Spike

Instructional video #017 Shock Entries 2, Kuntao Silat Elbow Spike

30Min Q&A 007: How to stretch for Tai Chi Chuan

30min Q&A - How to stretch for Tai Chi Chuan

That’s it for April, loads more to come in May.

Head on over to my Patreon page to get access to all this and also all the previously published content

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Podcast Episode 18: Interview with Iain Abernethy

In this episode, I interview karate expert Iain Abernethy. He is one of the most popular instructors today and travels the world teaching seminars. He is most known for his approach to “bunkai”, which are the applications of the movements in kata. We discuss this and much more during the interview.

After we stopped recording, Iain proposed a project we could both work on and I said yes. It’ll take a bit of time, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. We’ll let you know when it’s ready.

podcast interview with Iain Abernethy

Show notes:

1. Intro:

2. Bunkai:

3. Q&A:

Get in touch with Iain:

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Birthday special discount

Every year on my birthday, I try to give back to all of you who have supported my blog through the years.This year is no different. So here goes:

For the next 24h, my three latest books are discounted to $2.99 in electronic version.

Just click the link or the image below to get to the books.

The Fighter’s Guide To Hard-Core Heavy Bag Training

Fighter's Guide to Hard-Core Heavy Bag Training Wim Demeere

 

The Leg Kick: Your Ultimate Guide to Using The Leg Kick for Mixed Martial Arts

The Leg Kick: Your Ultimate Guide to Using The Leg Kick for Mixed Martial Arts

 

Martial Arts, Self-Defense and a Whole Lot More: The Best of Wim’s Blog, Volume 1

Don’t delay and get your copy now before the price goes back to normal!

Now I’m off to celebrate. :-)

Podcast Episode 17: How to analyze violence on video

No interview this episode due to circumstances, so I made another episode answering a question from one of my Patrons: how to analyze videos of a violent incident. I explain some of the factors I take into account and how you can use the information for your own self-defense needs.

Show notes:

1. What’s new:

2. How to analyze violence on video

 

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