Podcast episode 24: Interview with Professor Drew Anderson

I’ve been looking forward to it for a while and now I finally got the chance to interview Professor Drew Anderson. He is a Psychology professor but also a Fireman, EMT and much more.

We do a deep dive into PTSD and trauma, how to handle it and build resilience, handling disturbed individuals and much more.

As always, there is a Q&A at the end.

Enjoy!

Professor Drew Anderson

Professor Drew Anderson

Show notes:

1. PTSD, trauma and resilience

2. Handling disturbed individuals

3.Applied Relaxation

4. Q&A

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Podcast episode 23: My new instructional video, Basic Self-Defense

In this episode, I give you an update on what’s been going on, including one wicked cool surprise. Then I talk in-depth about the instructional video I’m filming in two weeks: Basic Self-Defense. It’s a program I’ve been teaching for the last 20+ years and I’m excited to share it with you all. With a bit of luck, it’ll be available at the end of the month.

The show ends with a Q&A on how to condition your shinbones for muay Thay and kicking in general.

Enjoy!

Show notes:

1. Intro:What’s new?

2.Upcoming instructional video: Basic Self-Defense

3. Q&A: Conditioning your shinbones for muay Thai and kicking in general:

 

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Podcast episode 22: Interview with paramedic Doug Wittrock on handling injuries suffered in training or street fights

Whatever martial art or self-defense system you train in, eventually you are faced with injuries. Either you suffer one or you have to help somebody else. In a street-fight or a self-defense situation, you or a friend or loved one can get seriously injured too. What do you do then? What should you do before the ambulance arrives or before you can get to a hospital?

In this episode, paramedic Doug Wittrock covers the most common injuries that result from physical violence and explains the best practices on how to handle them.

Enjoy!

Podcast episode 22 - Interview with paramedic Doug Wittrock on handling injuries suffered in training or street fights

Doug Wittrock

Show notes:

1. Intro:

2. Training injuries:

3. Self-defense and street fight injuries:

4.  Doug’s photography site:

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Podcast Episode 20: how to take notes of your martial arts and self-defense techniques

One of my Patrons asked if I could give some tips about taking good notes of your martial arts and self-defense techniques. He struggled with it during seminars and is looking for some information on how to do it better.

I take a lot of notes myself and have devised my own system over the years. In this episode, I share some of the key aspects of efficient note-taking for the long term.

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Show notes:

1. Intro:

2. How to take notes of your martial arts and self-defense techniques:

 

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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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