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Ep29: Pragmatic Scaling

Pragmatic Scaling

Rather than focusing on doomsday insurgencies against tyranny, like a recent ammo.com article described, it’s more pragmatic to use the Constitutional prescription for the security of a free state. It’s time to change the narrative on the use of arms in a just society, particularly to curtail the designs of rogue officials. Strategies from the […]

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Ep20: Practical Principles

Practical Principles

Practical From The Classical Samurai martial systems are relevant to those who would protect liberty today. Training needs to be practical not only for self-defense but for the rule of law and the evolution of human well-being. Get our bonus training guide with any tactical pen: https://shop.everydaysamurai.life Meditation: www.everydaysamurai.life/zen12 Yoga: www.everydaysamurai.life/progress Gleason Sensei’s Post: https://shobuaikidoboston.blogspot.com/2018/10/aikido-as-martial-art.html Your training […]

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Ep08: Engagements

There is no offense or defense, there are only engagements. Unifying philosophy, skills, and resources in pursuit of policy goals requires an integral approach. Learn how in this talk on the martial art of liberty & dignity. Learn how the components of awareness, readiness, and position empower you to efficiently transcend conflict with full engagement. […]

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8 Points For Realistic Aikido Training

Origin and Intent Aikido and other samurai derived martial arts are properly referenced with the understanding that everyone is armed, or has the potential to be so.  For this reason, authentic aikido training is ideally suited for military, law-enforcement, and high-risk security personnel. Aikido was chiefly informed by Daito-Ryu Aikijujutsu, which was a descendent curriculum […]

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Personal Defense Skills

Mike Gillette Real Life Defense

Do you need personal defense skills in a hurry? High-level samurai developed their techniques over a lifetime starting at a very young age.  Everyone in Japan counts their age from New Year’s Day, regardless of what month or day they were actually born on.  On the fifth day of the fifth month of the fifth year of […]

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