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KNOW FEAR with Tony Blauer

Self-defense isn’t always about a confrontation with someone else.
The first and most important fight is winn
ing thone inside your head.

If you’re into mindset training, performance psychology & personal development, you’ll dig this podcast. Join Coach Tony Blauer as he interviews subject-matter experts from around the world. 

Tony Blauer, is a pioneer in modern self-defense circles. His research on physiology & fear, courage & mindset, has influenced over three decades of students and trainers from the self-defense, martial arts, combat sports, and military & law enforcement communities.

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Jun 12, 2018

I don't really know where to start to describe my friend Dr. Mark Cheng. He's a healer, a student of life and multiple martial arts. He's a teacher, coach, and an accomplished athlete. He's funny, irreverent, philosophical & deep. His commitment to educating and training his children is incredibly inspiring. With all...


May 29, 2018

Lifelong martial artist, kettlebell pioneer and movement specialist,  Shawn Mozen has been studying 'physical culture' for decades.  His approach to training and coaching is refreshing because it's grounded in a philosophy that mirrors real-life: train to train, embrace the journey, do the work.  Simple.  But in this...


May 19, 2018

Former Marine, Retired Navy SEAL, Former Air Marshal - after decades of missions around the world, Craig has found a new mission, right here, in the United States of America. 

As a parent, what do you know about sex-trafficking? How would you react if it happened to someone close to you? In 2017, after a very personal...


May 7, 2018

From Conor Mcgregor to Nick Swardson. From Jocko Willink to Fedor.  From Monster Energy to Triumph United.  Who the hell is Hans Molenkamp?

I connected with Hans about a year ago and discovered a mutual passion for 'creativity with integrity'. The more we spoke the deeper it got. He’s a modern day ‘renaissance...


May 6, 2018

I went for a stroll near my hotel. I walked by a homeless man who was transferring liquid of some sort into a bottle. Normally I don't stress about homeless people, but I got a bad feeling from this guy.

He looked young (late 20's/early 30's) a couple of seconds after I asked passed him, I heard him start walking after...