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Hiyaa Martial Arts Podcast


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Hiyaa!! was conceived as a podcast that would be both entertaining and informative for the martial arts community at large, no matter what style(s) you practice or what level you are at within your chosen style(s). Your hosts Craig Kiessling and Dave Jones have both been active in the martial arts world for quite some time – being students as well as teachers – so you know you’re in relevant (if not good) company. If you enjoy interviews with notable martial artists of various styles and backgrounds, no holds barred mouth boxing, and staying informed about martial arts in the news and other media—this is the podcast for you. So, slip on your angry pajamas, cinch up your black belt, eat a loaf of bitter, and don’t forget to throw your sense of humor into your gym bag as we take you on a bi-monthly safari in the darkest jungles of the Wu Lin. Visit us online at

Customer Reviews

Nice job fellas!

This podcast is a nice change from the typical "my art is better than your art" rhetoric you get with other shows. As an "evil" Japanese art practitioner, I was worried that the content would be 100% Kung-Fu, but they really surprised me by the 2nd show with different and fascinating interviews. As long as you can tolerate a little crass humor you will enjoy it immensely!

P.S. Content not safe for "little dragons".

Entertaining, Ecumenical, Esoteric (and explicit)

This podcast does a great job of adressing every topic even loosely connected with "martial arts." In spite of the light-hearted name of the show, the hosts and guests are very professional and intelligent when it comes to discussion of tradition vs. modernity, artistic performance vs. martial application, sport vs. self-defense, et cetera. The show is spiced with movie reviews, martial-arts news, and a "conversational" quantity of swearing (it's not offensive, but I feel the need to mention it since all other podcasts with this many "grown-up-words" have explicit tags). I am impressed with the hosts' ability to translate terminology between systems and languages in order to effectively compare and contrast them with respect to current topic of discussion. This is the only martial arts podcast where I (so-far) feel the need to keep every episode for a repeat listen.

Thank You!

Thank you so much for putting in the effort to make this wonderful show. This is exactly what I have been looking for in a Martial Arts podcast. Keep up the great work!

Hiyaa Martial Arts Podcast
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  • Free
  • Category: Amateur
  • Language: English

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