Martial Art History Podcast
By Martial Art History Podcast
Martial Art History PodcastNov 29, 2022
Martial Art History Podcast Episode 2 with Dennis Tosten
Beginning his Kenpo Karate career in 1967, Dennis Tosten soaked up what he learned from a myriad of martial arts, stretching from jujutsu to arnis and kung fu. Taking what he learned, he and his wife, Sharon, heads their Amerikick schools throughout the East Coast of America. Today, Tosten took some time to discuss Kenpo Karate’s history in the Philadelphia area. Read the full article here: https://tinyurl.com/36tkdmsr
Martial Art History Podcast Episode 1 with Antony Cummins
The ninja struck a chord with many Western admirers and Antony Cummins was no exception. When he got his chance, he enrolled in the Bujinkan Hombu Dojo in Noda, Japan, but some things were not adding up correctly. This skepticism ultimately led him to finding his research team and researching deeply into the historical ninja, their operations, and their role in Japanese/samurai society. He has recently expanded his research into reconstructing how samurai fought during the Sengoku Period. Today, Cummins talks about his research journey.