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Martial History Team

Martial History Team

By Martial History Team
Martial History Team promotes martial arts history based on sound evidence and sourced research. Expect to hear book reviews, recommended history materials, and much more!
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11.12 General Qi Jiguang
Today we pause to reflect on General Qi Jiguang who is known for being the best anti-pirate general in the Ming Dynasty and the author of one of the earliest works on unarmed martial arts training in Chinese history. His insights would likely be considered surprisingly "modern" today.  Find us online at: https://martialhistoryteam.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/martialhistoryteam/ https://www.facebook.com/martialhistoryteam https://www.reddit.com/r/martialhistoryteam/
10:30
November 12, 2021
07.20 Bruce Lee's Death
Bruce Lee is a name that even non-martial artists know and has an undeniable responsibility for popularizing the martial arts in the Western world. Today we remember him and his untimely, early death. Find us online at: https://martialhistoryteam.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/martialhistoryteam/ https://www.facebook.com/martialhistoryteam https://www.reddit.com/r/martialhistoryteam/
05:25
July 20, 2021
05.19 Miyamoto Musashi's Death
Miyamoto Musashi may be described as Japan's most famous swordsman and his work the Go Rin No Sho known in English as the Book of Five Rings has deeply impacted the Japanese martial arts in the centuries since. Today, we remember Musashi and recount his Dokkoudou or "Path of Aloneness" that he wrote for his disciples a week before his death. Find us online at: https://martialhistoryteam.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/martialhistoryteam/ https://www.facebook.com/martialhistoryteam https://www.reddit.com/r/martialhistoryteam/
05:31
May 19, 2021
05.04 Jigoro Kano's Death
Today, we remember Jigoro Kano and his impact on the martial arts worldwide. "The Historic and Philosophic Origins of Kanō Jigorō’s Jūdō Philosophies: Seiryoku Zenyō Jita Kyōei (Best Use of Energy / Mutual Benefit) – The Kanō Chronicles" https://kanochronicles.com/2021/04/10/the-historic-and-philosophic-origins-of-kano-jigoros-judo-philosophies-seiryoku-zenyo-jita-kyoei-best-use-of-energy-mutual-benefit-the-kano-chronicles/ Find us online at: https://martialhistoryteam.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/martialhistoryteam/ https://www.facebook.com/martialhistoryteam https://www.reddit.com/r/martialhistoryteam/
07:11
May 04, 2021
01.20 Tang Hao
Whether you've heard of him before or not. Tang Hao was cross-training in a variety of arts, researching martial arts history, and debunking martial arts frauds before it was cool. His research and impact on the martial arts globally remain relevant even today. Find us online at: https://martialhistoryteam.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/martialhistoryteam/ https://www.facebook.com/martialhistoryteam https://www.reddit.com/r/martialhistoryteam/
06:42
January 20, 2021
Martial History Team Teaser Trailer
Welcome to the teaser trailer for the Martial History Team podcast.  Martial History Team promotes martial arts history based on sound evidence and sourced research. In the coming months, expect to hear book reviews, recommended history materials, and much more! In this teaser, I describe the origin of our project's motto: "be devoted." For more, please visit us online at www.martialhistoryteam.org Be devoted!
01:35
February 12, 2020