Episode 26 - Listen Now Link
Welcome Back to a brand new Season of Lancelot's Roundtable.
In This Episode…
It's the season premier of Season 3. I'm so excited to welcome Master Jon Bennett who taught me Karate. The particular style of karate - Shorin-Ryu comes from Okinawa. I trained under Jon during my mid to late teens.
I'm incredibly proud of this episode and thrilled to be able to share it.
00:03:04 - Episode Intro
00:05:25 - Jon’s start in karate
00:10:17 - Jon Training after coming back from combat
00:11:42 - What is a kata?
00:17:08 - Similarities between Shotokan and Shorin-ryu Karate
00:19:50 - Jon share his thoughts on the benefits of karate
00:28:40 - You’re never the best. You can always be better
00:31:49 - Benefit of learning to ignore discomfort in self defense
00:34:16 - Having a Sensei/teacher who taught for the love of the art and not for a job
00:37:15 - Drive, determination, focus and a kicking competition
00:43:40 - Improving yourself, keeping ego in check
00:46:10 - Some unique things about Matsubyashi Shorin-Ryu karate and the bonds between practitioners
00:49:12 - Differences in how folks viewed belt colors
00:55:04 - Having Goals for students to hit
00:56:51 - Be the belt you want to be; don’t care about the belt you are (a philosophy life lesson)
01:00:55 - Closing thoughts
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Episode Length: 1 hour 9 minutes
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1 hour 9 min