Bair is back on the show to discuss life as a Comedian amid and post pandemic. From living in southern Cali chasing his dream when COVID began to what it has been like for him on the other side of things back in Arkansas now that shows are happening again. We unravel it all here on the podcast. It is always a pleasure hosting Bair on the show. Thank you all for watching and listening. Check out his page for more information and dates: https://www.facebook.com/BairTheComic/
Dwight Woods is the host of the JKD Dialogues Podcast. Woods is a longtime student of Dan Inosanto, one of Bruce Lee's first and students. He is also the head instructor of Unified Martial Art Academy in Miami. He is on the podcast today to talk about his podcast and his 40+ years of training in the martial arts. Enjoy and thank you all for listening!
It was an honor having Zane Isaacs on the show to discuss his life in the martial arts. We go into his background in Jeet Kune Do, coming up training with Arkansas MMA pioneer, Sifu Rodney Hitchcock, as well as his exposure to one of Bruce Lee's original students in Ted Wong. We riff on different styles and training methodologies, martial arts legends and myths, interpretations of techniques, phases/ranges of fighting, self-defense, modern MMA and much more. Zane is the owner of Championship MMA in Van Buren, Arkansas.
Josh Wilson is back on the podcast foor a talk about life, reading, writing and more. It is always great having Josh in the studio and there is never a shortage of great conversation. Join us for live for wherever the podcast goes!
My good friend Thurman is back on the show for a podcast about nothing. Actually we are going to talk about a ton of cool stuff: Music, vinyl records, future podcasts, history and a ton of other common interests that we share. It is always great getting to sit down and have a conversation or a brainstorm session with Thurman.
Ari Knazan is back on the show along with chief Joshua McMillian to discuss the movement to make jiu jitsu training mandatory for all law enforcement officers. We discuss some of the barriers and problems preventing this from happening as well as the benefits and value associated with this change. Ari works in law enforcement, is founder of one of the most famous youtube channels of all time in Submissions 101 and the co-founder of Invictus. Chief McMillian is a 20 year LEO veteran and we are all lifelong martial artists.
Learn more about Invictus here: https://www.invictusleo.com/
Chris and I have trained together for a number of years. He is on the show to talk about his martial arts journey and his exposure to Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts by Arkansas martial arts legend Mr. Marc McFann. It was great hearing Chris's stories and about his experiences on the mats throughout the years.
Congratulations on your recent promotion to brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu pal! Well deserved!