Podcast Episode 009: My new instructional video

After some updates about my surgery and what I’m up to now, I talk a bit about the new instructional video I just published. It’s on a self-defense topic that is often overlooked. The episode ends with another Q&A.

Show Notes:

1. Updates

2. New instructional video

3. Q&A

Thanks for listening!

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Podcast Episode 007: Teaching my children self-defense

In episode 007 of the podcast, I talk mainly about how I taught self-defense to my children. This started at an early age and continued all the way into their teenage years. It’s not as much about fighting techniques as it is about building character.

Show notes:

1. Updates

2. Teaching my children self-defense

The Tiffany Aching book series:

3. Q&A:

 

Thanks for listening!

Please like, share and leave a review!

If you want to support the podcast while also getting access to loads of unique content, go to my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/wimdemeere

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iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wim-demeere-podcast/id1291566457?mt=2

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wim-demeere-podcast

 

Podcast Episode 005: Interview with Marc MacYoung

This episode features a long interview with Marc MacYoung. Marc is one of the pioneers of realistic self-defense instruction, having written his first books on martial arts, violence and street-survival almost 30 years ago.

Show notes:

1. After-incident skills

2.His latest book, In The Name of Self-Defense

3. Writing Violence

4. Q&A

Marc MacYoung online:

Thanks for listening!

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Webcast 004: My books and Q&A

It took a while but here is webcast 004, in which I talk a bit about my books and answer some questions. I ran a bit long in this episode, 50min instead of 30, because I wanted to be thorough in my answers instead of glossing over the questions. So grab a drink, take a seat and I hope you enjoy my yapping into the the microphone…

Here’s the episode guide and all the relevant links are below in the content guide.

 

Content guide:

1. Update:

Receive an email update when my books are published

 

2. My books. 5min, 25sec.

The Fighter’s body

Timing in the fighting arts

The Fighter’s Guide to Hardcore Heavy Bag Training and also the companion video.

Martial arts, self-defense and a whole lot more

Horrible Endings

Hong Kong Brawl and also this article for more information.

 

3. Q&A 29min, 45sec.

Jose’s question: Power/Control video

 

4. Get in touch. 51min, 40sec.
New book/video email notification list
Facebook Page
Instagram
Twitter

Thanks again for watching and I hope you enjoyed it. Please like and share if you want to help the webcast grow. As I said, for the next episode I’m planning to interview Marc “Animal” MacYoung, so stay tuned for that one.

 

Webcast 003: Interview with Loren W. Christensen, Part 2

Here’s, as promised, Part 2 of the interview I did with Loren W. Christensen. If you missed part 1, you can find it here.

Let’s jump right in, here’s the second part:

 

Content guide:

1. Q&A Sports based striking techniques for self-defense.

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

The Fighters VIDEO Guide to Hard-Core Heavy Bag Training

Solo Training: The Martial Artist’s Guide to Training Alone

Solo Training 2: The Martial Artist’s Guide to Building the Core for Stronger, Faster, and More Effective Grappling, Kicking, and Punching

Solo Training 3: 50 And Older

Lawrence A. Kane

Self-Defense Against A Dog Attack

 

2. On traditional arts and vital points. 10min, 18sec

Brutal Art of Ripping, Poking & Pressing

The Brutal Art of Ripping, Poking & Pressing Vital Targets: The Video

Combat Sanshou: The Punishing Chinese Fighting Art, Part 2: Kicking (features the “bicycle kick”)

 

3. 90% of fights go to the ground? 16min, 50 sec.

The myth of 90 percent of fights end up on the ground

 

4. Principles to use against multiple attackers.  23min, 40sec.

 

5. When is his next novel coming out? 26min30sec.

Dukkha: The Suffering (A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller)

Dukkha Reverb: A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller

Dukkha Unloaded: A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller

Dukkha: Hungry Ghosts: A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller

Old Ed

Old Ed 2

 

6. Final words.

Loren’s site

Loren .W. Christensen books and videos

Loren on Facebook

 

A special thanks to the people on my Facebook page for the questions. Sorry I couldn’t get to all of them, but we were at the 30 min. mark already. There will be more interviews along the line, so you’ll get another shot in the near future.