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I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of the orlando sports media for 10+ years. I graduated from UCF, I’ve seen the growth of this market first hand and I want to share that experience with you. Along the way, we’ll chat about what Orlando sports fans care about...literally everything. It’s an eclectic group. Thanks for coming along for the ride! Email me @ BrandonKravitz7@gmail.com or hit me up on Twitter/IG/FB/TikTok @BrandonKravitz.
 
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Gus Bottazzi is a 30 year veteran of the martial arts, holding multiple black belts in Japanese karate (Kenpo) and Israeli Krav Maga, the hand-to-hand combat system of the Israeli Army. Gus has the distinction of training with, promoted to full instructor and black belted by three direct students of Krav Maga’s founder, Imi Lichtenfeld. He is also …
 
This is the very first episode of the Brandon Kravitz Podcast, a podcast for the Orlando Sports Fan. Man, we've got quite the story for our very first episode, Steve Clifford calls it QUITS with the Orlando Magic. I discuss that from several angles and provide a back story of why this podcast has been launched in the first place.…
 
Sebastien Lavoie is a retired Sgt Major in the RCMP. He started his journey with martial arts as a youth, and in early adulthood found his way into the Canadian Armed Forces where he was "squared away". This then leads him to the RCMP and his Singular goal of getting into the ERT (Emergency Response Team a.k.a. SWAT) which he achieved by spending 1…
 
This is a blog post series focused on EGO. It is inspired by the three blog posts titled, Martial Arts and Ego – My Martial Art is better than your Martial Art, Martial Arts and Ego – Cobra Kai, and Martial Arts and Ego – The Student, the Instructor, and the Journey. This podcast discusses ego (the self and mental health) in three parts, What is th…
 
Adrian Valman is the head instructor and Co-founder of Global Kapap and Kapap/Krav Maga organization based out of the UK with schools in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Italy, and Dubai. Adrian served in the IDF in the Infantry Regiment Nahal in the 80s where he learned military Krav Maga both in his unit and at the famous Wingate Institue. He h…
 
Ryan Valley aka "Tuna" is a brown belt in BJJ under 10th planet Black Belt Nabil Salameh based out of Titan Training Center in Metro Vancouver. Ryan originally got into BJJ to help lose weight and help him get over a breakup. A story is common to many it has brought him health and happiness as he now regularly teaches to kids, teens, and adults. He…
 
In this episode Host Jonathan Fader goes over a series he wrote on the three main approaches/styles to Krav Maga, Military, Police and Security and Civilian. While we at UTKM believe a good program should start with one and build up to the others, Civilian Application>LE Application>Military Application to properly understand all potential self def…
 
David Kahn is the head of the Israeli Krav Maga Association (IKMA) North America which was originally founded by Modern Krav founder Imi Lichtenfeld and now headed by GM Haim Gideon (This is why now the IKMA is often referred to as the Gideon System). David started his Krav Maga journey in the 90s which found him in Israel training directly with GM…
 
Rory Van Vliet is a BJJ Black belt and instructor under Island Top Team Professor Rob Biernacki (Previously on Episode 47). He can be regularly seen in Bjjconcepts.net online instructional and his BJJ Youtube Channel RVV BJJ. They are known for the Conceptual based approach to teaching rather than just the technical approach a style that is rapidly…
 
In This Podcast, Host Jonathan Fader goes over a blog post series written by Evan Jex, titled Are you a good Training Partner? Jon adds his commentary to this series on an important topic that is how to train with other people for martial arts. While Martial Arts is inherently individualistic/solo the reality is your progress is often a matter of h…
 
Kip Warner is part of a group called the Canadian Society for the Advancement of Science in Public Policy, which has currently filed a class-action lawsuit against the Provincial Government of British Columbia regarding their COVID-19 Policies. Kip has a BSc from UBC in computer sciences with a focus on Artificial intelligence and has even found hi…
 
Ein typischer und plakativer Satz, den man immer wieder hört: "auf der Straße gibt es keine Regeln" - sei es, um sich gegenüber Kampfsport abzugrenzen, um sich härter darzustellen oder um taktische Prinzipien zu erklären. Dieser Satz wird viel strapaziert. Aber stimmt das eigentlich bzw. ist es sinnvoll; das so zu sagen? Artikel zu dem Thema: Der k…
 
Warum sollten Leute Selbstverteidigung lernen? Es gibt meiner Meinung nach neben ganz vielen kleinen zwei große Gründe dafür. In dieser Episode werde ich einen davon erörtern. Vielleicht überlegst Du selber oder kennst jemanden, der darüber nachdenkt, etwas in diese Richtung zu trainieren. Hör' Dir mal die Argumente dazu an.…
 
"Ich würde ja gerne mal XY trainieren, aber dazu muss ich erst mal fitter werden" ist ein Satz, den ich sehr häufig höre. Wenn Du selber trainierst und mal Freunde/Bekannte motivieren wolltest, mitzukommen, hast Du ihn vielleicht auch schon mal gehört. Das ist in mehrerer Hinsicht ein schädlicher Irrglaube. Hier kommt warum (und was Du dagegen mach…
 
In dieser Episode geht es darum, wie Du die richtige Schule oder die richtige Trainerausbildung / Organisation für Dich findest, und auch wenn Krav Maga explizit genannt ist, geht es generell um Selbstverteidigung, egal welches System Du für Dich wählst. *Spoiler: nein, es ist nicht zwangsläufig meine :) Ich habe mich sehr bemüht, entweder neutral …
 
Die erste Folge des Krav Maga Podcast! Wie ist der aktuelle Status und die Entwicklung des Krav Maga in Deutschland? Was kannst DU Dir unter Krav Maga (alles) Vorstellen und wie ist meine Philosophie zu realistischer Selbstverteidigung? Hier in diesem Podcast! Viel Spaß 👨‍🎓Du willst selber Krav Maga bzw. Selbstverteidigungstrainer werden? Informier…
 
In this episode you get to hear my little response to other martial artist commenting on our videos that believe their technique to be superior. When it comes down to Krav, we don't claim to be the best at anything, we claim to be the most practical. We don't box a boxer, we don't wrestle a wrestler we Krav everybody. We don't talk about which is t…
 
This freeze is when you have a plan or vision and something happens on the way to that goal to disrupt your plan and make you think when you should be full of action. To avoid this freeze train for action with repetition so when the time comes, your body naturally knows what to do. Your opponent can also get this freeze and you can utilize it in a …
 
Our VIP curriculum has a lot to it. But today I wanted to give you 1 tactic and 1 principle. The tactic will show you how to screen the person your with if/when your are holding hands. And the principle will be how to position yourself when doing VIP protection. So let’s demo straight… We have X and Y standing there holding hands. There’s a threat …
 
But back to the point! What you should learn FIRST! Combatives or Techniques! A lot of times people come in and want to instantly go to the pretty stuff - like a gun disarm. While that IS going to help you in that specific situation it’s not the FIRST thing you should learn. In fact.. You should not learn anything else until you can be effective wi…
 
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