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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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Sep 2, 2019

Ranger. Leader. Author. Motivator.  Mentor. I met JC Glick over 10 years ago while I was teaching a military contract. JC was a thinker. I noticed him immediately in class for two main reasons: 1) He asked deep questions during the theory portion. 2) He is 6’3 220 lbs. During a specific CQB weapon drill, he politely...

Aug 10, 2019

It’s not often you find a neuroscientist studying fear who growing up, also fought in the streets and trained and competed in combat sports. That’s what makes Andrew Huberman’s story and message amazing and even more credible to me! I’m fascinated by the mind and the brain and especially its connection to fear....

Jul 27, 2019

I met Chris “Dutch” Moyer years while I was conducting combatives courses on Ft Bragg. One of those courses took place on one of America’s darkest days, September 11, 2001. Chris was also in that class. Fast forward 18 years. We reconnected recently and after catching up I knew I wanted to get him on the KNOW FEAR...

May 28, 2019

I've known Rodney for years. Decades actually. We share a lot of the same philosophies. We share many of the same goals and ambitions. Our approaches to training and safety are philosophically very similar. We've had very similar experiences in business, from the incredibly positive, like amazing success stories of our...

May 2, 2019

I always took breathing for granted. I think most of us do.

I’ve been teaching self-defense since 1977. I trained for hours. Sparred every student. Taught 7 days a week. I did this for decades. I always assumed my breathing was on point. It wasn’t. That didn’t mean I didn’t have excellent...