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Krav Maga is not just a self defence system, it is a way of life. Warriors den is a podcast for Kravist, fighters, martial artists, warriors, politicians and general citizens. Consider this: “The Society that separates scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools” – Thucydides Your host Jonathan Fader UTKM Co-Founder talks to guest in an open and uncensored format about their fights, their philosophies, and their lives. No topic is taboo an ...
 
Hey professional driver! Do you want great health and excellent personal security while on the road and at home? We understand the lack of health resources and professional security for drivers. Oftentimes leaving drivers frustrated and wondering what to do and where to start. We get it! Your host John has been a driver for over 24 years. In 2014 he left OTR after a few close calls and his health deteriorated to run line haul at night. During this time, he received several professional secur ...
 
The security story’s remained the same for some time: prevent, detect, respond. In our inaugural season of Security Sandbox, Relativity’s CSO and CIO, Amanda Fennell, shelves the tedium of convention and explores a new approach. From cooking to cars, she chats with her Calder7 team and other security luminaries—along with a few unusual guests—about using curiosity and personal passions to inspire strong security.
 
This podcast will provide interviews with a diverse range of individuals who have devoted a portion of their life to the study and practice of self-defense, either through a martial arts discipline, or the use of firearms or other weapons. During the interviews we'll discuss cultural backgrounds, life experiences, and the overall mindset of individuals that dedicate themselves to the preparation and prevention of dangerous situations and violent encounters. We will also spend time discussing ...
 
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Excerpt: "How I like to Approach it, that is that is we need to be acquainted with violence and how it functions in order to have a proper relationship with it. Not that your going to be like you know just tossing and becoming a more violent and more aggressive person but you need to have a relationship to it. So, you know that's the same thing wit…
 
In the latest episode of Security Sandbox, Amanda, along with Relativity Chief Human Resources Officer Beth Clutterbuck, welcomes American astrologer Emily Parker for a star-studded conversation on how astrology and tools like the Myers-Briggs personality test can be useful in understanding and perfecting team dynamics that foster greater creativit…
 
Excerpt: "I think that there is a role that social media is playing in this. Which shines a light in weaknesses in our democracy in a very unhelpful way. Umm, so social media creates these easily manipulated narratives which allow us to inflate emotions and subvert, umm, dialogue and discussion like you and I are having right now. Cuz if you and I …
 
Get show notes and free resources dropped into your email by signing up at www.securetrucker.com Personal Security Attack Planning Stages; 1)Target acquisition, 2)Intelligence Collection, 3)Attack planning 4)Execution of attack Defensive Principles; 1)Avoid, 2)Deny , 3)Denigrate/Neutralize Jamie Closs double murder and kidnapping See the Situationa…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with Way Harris of the band FireHoney. Way opens up about growing up with a part-time father, half-siblings, depression getting into music, and late…
 
Expert: "Do what you believe is right. Stand up for what you believe in. If you see something, you want to questions something and you are not qualified to question it, question it anyways. You know, open discourse and even though we don't have it here in Canada, Freedom of Speech is an important part of Western Civilization." Matt Kwan Matt Kwan i…
 
Hey professional driver! Do you want great health and excellent personal security while on the road and at home? We understand the lack of health resources and professional security for drivers. Oftentimes leaving drivers frustrated and wondering what to do and where to start. We get it! Your host John has been a driver for over 24 years. In 2014 h…
 
Excerpt: [on sharing what one of his colleagues told him] "Self Defense deals with the onset of Violence, the beginning of the violent moment. Basically the engagement, the first punch thrown etc... If you are amazing at self-defense maybe you did your 360, maybe you nailed them with a punch, situation over. But, more often than not, that self-defe…
 
Every team needs a game plan, whether you're coaching basketball champions or building a superstar team in tech. In episode seven, Amanda chats with Microsoft’s worldwide public safety and justice leader, Kirk Arthur, and Relativity’s CTO, Keith Carlson, about what it takes to create a winning team that's energized and effectively collaborative.…
 
Excerpt: [Krav Maga is]“A Great System for someone to come into and for someone to grow in if they want something that's broad but maybe not too deep. but it's broad, I mean there's a lot you gotta learn and you know you gotta learn your punches, your blocking, your blades, your sticks, your firearms, your grappling but it doesn't run too deeply in…
 
Marc MacYoung is a violence professional. He has written quite a few books on the topic - in fact more than 21, including What You Don’t Know Can Kill You, and Beyond The Picket Fence. Marc is regularly called to testify as an expert witness in self defence cases and has an in depth, experience based understanding of the complexity of pleading self…
 
Excerpt: "I think it’s the responsibility of any citizen to be reasonably well informed on most things. You don’t just get to say, well your appeal to authority, oh the experts said this…You should at least be able to inform yourself to say, is that true?" - Quinn Quinn is a UTKM green belt who trained with us for several years, recently he moved t…
 
Nir Maman is a Counter-Terrorist, Policing and Use of Force Expert and founder of CT707 a Global Risk Mitigation, Special Operations, and Training organization. Nir's full background is read during the Intro of this episode which takes some time, as the actual talk starts around the 17-minute mark. Host Jonathan Fader has also had the opportunity t…
 
Tony Blauer is a self defense pioneer whose name and expertise are well known in martial arts and MMA circles. He has regularly appeared on the covers of martial arts magazines and is a go-to expert for understanding the neurological responses the body goes through when threatened. Coach Blauer has been in the martial art & defensive tactics indust…
 
Nathan de la Feraude is a UTKM Yellow Belt and Baseball coach. He grew up in Surrey, BC in the once-notorious neighborhood which has since been slightly cleaned up. He went to University in Chicago pursuing his love for Baseball as his goal was to go Pro. Things did not go as planned and he ended up Back in Vancouver where he started at the bottom …
 
Rory Miller served seventeen years in corrections working maximum security, booking and mental health. He has lead a tactical team; and has taught subjects ranging from Defensive Tactics and Use of Force to First Aid and Crisis Communications with the Mentally Ill. Rory worked was an advisor to the Iraqi Corrections System while he was based out of…
 
Mike Hansen is the Co-founder of Budo Martial Arts in Metro Vancouver and Current Owner of BUDO Burnaby. Mike holds a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, and has trained BJJ and Muay Thai Kickboxing since 2009. He has competed and won a 2014 NAGA Champion and he competes regularly at the IBJJF World Masters and Pans. He has trained with some of the mos…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with new guest to the show Kyle Muenzner of the band Mangled. Kyle talks about growing up, dealing with his mental health later in life, making musi…
 
This is a Blog post series Episode based on the Series doomed to repeat by UTKM assistant Instructor Petra Foerster. You can listen to Episode 85 if you want to learn more about Petra and her perspective. The purpose of the series was originally to compare Petra's experience growing up in East Germany and the Fall of the USSR and to give you perspe…
 
Which gets your energy brewing stronger: security or coffee? In episode six, Amanda has a coffee klatch with Jiyoon Han, a Harvard MBA student who reinvigorated her family’s business, Bean & Bean Coffee Roasters, during the pandemic. Tyler Young, Relativity’s director of cybersecurity, chats with them about keeping security practices strong and def…
 
Dr. William Von Hippel is a professor of psychology at the University of Queensland and author of The Social Leap. His research focuses on social psychology and evolution and reveals how major challenges from our past have shaped some of the most fundamental aspects of our being. From leadership and innovation to aggression and happiness. He was a …
 
A former military intelligence officer, Tim Larkin was part of a beta group that redesigned how Special Operations personnel trained for close combat. He has a 25 year career where he has trained people in 52 countries in how to deal with imminent violence. He is the best selling author of When Violence Is The Answer and Survive The Unthinkable.…
 
Ron Engelman has been doing Krav Maga since he was a young boy. When he moved to Israel he was fortunate to live near Netanya the proverbial epicenter of Krav Maga. Since then he never looked back eventually becoming both an IDF combat soldier and Krav Maga Instructor. He has been in the military for nearly 20 years and has been teaching Krav Maga …
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. In every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode, A.J. sits down with returning guests Doug Lenington, Josh Moore of Fear the Masses, and Chris Millet, formerly Fear the Masses. The guys catch up on life, talk…
 
Petra Foerster was Born and raised in East of Germany, before the fall of the Berlin wall. There she was exposed to communist/socialist authoritarian governments and the tail end of the cold war. She started practicing Judo at the age of 6 practicing for more than 15 years achieving her Brown Belt. In December 2012 she decided to move to Vancouver …
 
This Episode is a Blog post series shares the first in hopefully will be many Volumes in what we like to call "Tales From". These are stories regarding self-defense training, mentality, incidents, situations whether handled well or poorly. The idea of these series is for others to see that Self Defense is complicated and many individuals have possi…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with BJJ, Krav Maga, and MMA instructor Christopher Rowan. Chris talks about his battles with depression and anxiety. He also tells us how he got in…
 
Exerpt: "Krav Maga builds out of two subjects. Self Defense which is the main subject. And hand-to-hand combat, with time Krav Maga became very very good at the self-defense... but it became, maybe the hand-to-hand combat section was a little bit neglected. But we know self-defense very good." -Ron Rotem Ron is referring Boxing, Kickboxing, wrestli…
 
The stories we tell ourselves—and others—frame our lives in so many ways. Tune in to this month's episode to hear how Atem Kuol, visual effects coordinator at Lucasfilm and founder of Humble Beginnings films, learned to hit his stride in filmmaking and confront imposter syndrome along the way. You’ll also hear from CJ Wiemer, manager of vulnerabili…
 
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 …
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with friend and returning guest Blue Rivera of Blue Presents: A Podcast. The two catch up on life, talk about their jobs, music, lives, etc. They al…
 
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…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with friend and entrepreneur Lauren O'Toole. Lauren talks about what it was like growing up, dealing with anxiety and depression, channeling that in…
 
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…
 
Securing data takes a lot of coordination. At times it can feel like you’re conducting a symphony of instruments to create the right rhythm for your company. In episode four, Amanda chats with Coré Cotton, CEO of The Empowerment Collective and creator of Elite Accelerator. As Wells Fargo’s assistant GC and a Grammy award-winning vocalist, Ms. Cotto…
 
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 him 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…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with Spanish teacher and podcast hots of Raising Legacies Sara Hall. Sara opens up about her depression, how she deals with it, being a parent and a…
 
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-d…
 
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…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with returning guest Desiree and her husband Brandon Ragoza. The two catch up with A.J. on what's new in their lives and we learn more about Brandon…
 
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…
 
Offense wins games, but defense wins trust—and the only way to earn your clients’ faith is to keep their most private data safe. In episode three of Security Sandbox, Amanda Fennell mobilizes her own special forces by recruiting Tony Cianflone, creator of Tactical Fighting Systems, and Relativity Manager of Cloud Security, Jessica MacAllister. Toge…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode, A.J. sits down with long-time friend and former classmate Sam Stauff. Sam is an audio engineer, producer, and musician. He talks about his band Wess Meets West as…
 
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…
 
Krav Maga Like anything has a lot of misinformation floating around on the internet. Either because people make things up, fail to understand or simply say things because of ego. This episode goes over some myths and misconceptions that our students requested we talk about. There are of course many more but we didn’t have all day… SUPPORT THIS PODC…
 
Welcome to the "Roads We've Traveled" with A.J. Pelletier" podcast. Every episode A.J. interviews guests about their journey's through life. Their struggles, and joys. In today's episode A.J. sits down with new friend Brittany Brown from "NiteCap: A True Crime Podcast". Brittany opens up about growing up and dealing with depression, ADHD, and deali…
 
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…
 
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