Episode 4 – Interview with Todd Elihu

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Episode Four of Hiyaa!! THE Martial Arts Podcast is Live and Ready for Action!

In this Tequila Sparring Match…erm…episode, we discuss ranking and organization in the world of martial arts and chat with Todd Elihu of Chen Tai Chi’s Practical Method. There’s News, a Media Mop-Up and an Inspiring Quote. And of course a few updates.

Overall, it’s a pretty great ride. So sit back, enjoy the ride and Get in Touch!

Todd Elihu

Show Notes

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In the Opening


In The Quote

  • Only a warrior chooses pacifism, others are condemned to it

In Closing

  • Website is Finally Up!
  • iTunes – Subscribe Rate & Review
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  • Intro to Judy-Chop!
  • Bi-Monthly
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  • HiYaa ByeYaa!

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6 thoughts on “Episode 4 – Interview with Todd Elihu”

  1. Fireworks’ Japanese title is not Oniba, but actually Hana-bi. As retribution, I demand you review the 1964 horror classic, Onibaba.

    1. You are correct,sir! I saw Onibaba many years ago, so that may be why I messed it up. Well, that and the fact that Japanese confuses the spit out of me and I was working from memory. The way my mistakes and mis-spoken-isms are piling up, we’ll have to do a corrections segment soon. Thanks for catching that one!

  2. And as long as I’m doing some mea culpa’s, I referred to Ellis Amdur as a “Karate teacher”. Of course, that’s all wrong and I should have said something like “traditional Japanese martial arts teacher” if I wasn’t going to refer specifically to the arts he teaches. I cringe every time I hear myself do that, but no slight was intended. It’s just a side effect of the way we casually speak of “karate guys” and “fu boys” when bantering amongst ourselves, but I will try to watch that on the podcast in the future… especially when I’m tagging former guests who might stop by the house one day and break a bo-staff over my thick skull. 😉

    1. I think the reason Dave got it twisted was because he may very well still have a frog in his pants…And this must have distracted him.

  3. Great podcasts so far. It was awesome to hear Shaoming mentioned. I was a Xing Yi and Bagua student of his while he was in Austin. Keep up the good work!

  4. I love the podcasts. I have been listening to them at work. I have found them very informative and quite entertaining as I go about my mind numbing job. Keep the high going all ya.

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