Okinawa Karate Podcast
OKP # 27 - Pat McGale Pt3 - Omine Okinawa Karate & Kobudo
Season 1, Ep. 27
OKP brings you Part 3 with Pat McGale Sensei.
In Part 1 we learned about his Okinawa Kenpo years.
In Part 2 we learned about his WuShu years.
In Part 3 we learn about his introduction to Susan Budge Sensei at the Omine Karate Dojo in San Bruno, CA.
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
OKP # 40 Being a White Belt Again
Season 1, Ep. 40
I am a white belt again and dang it feels good. In April 2022 I joined a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu dojo here on Okinawa so I thought I would begin sharing some of these experiences with the OKP Family. Please let me know your own experiences branching out of karate and trying a new discipline. Or maybe you are coming to karate from another discipline. I'd really like to hear from you regarding your experiences. As always, thank you for supporting the Okinawa Karate Podcast. Josh Simmershttps://linktr.ee/OkinawaKaratePodcast
Saturday, April 23, 2022
OKP #39 Back in Action
Season 1, Ep. 39
It's been a minute, er um more like one year, since I recorded an audio only episode of the Okinawa Karate Podcast. I may have taken a long hiatus but I am back. A sincere thank you to those that have stuck around and checked in on me by asking "when is the next episode?" Well here it is. Just a short recording to remind you that I am still here in the Birthplace of Karate and still hosting the only Karate podcast from the Birthplace of Karate, Okinawa Japan. Thanks again for all of the support. Josh SimmersOkinawa Karate Podcasthttps://linktr.ee/OkinawaKaratePodcast
Friday, April 23, 2021
OKP #38 - It's All About The Sensei
Season 1, Ep. 38
In this episode I talk about choosing a dojo that is right for you. This episode is dedicated to "R" for asking me a question on my YouTube video with Ron Nix Sensei: https://youtu.be/8EjHt0bOspgTrust me when I say the Sensei is way more important than the style. There's great Sensei's in every style, and sadly there's bad Sensei's too. Shoot me a message at email@example.com and let me know how you choose the correct dojo.