Dana Abbott is a genuine master of Japanese swordsmanship. Already with several years of martial arts experience, after graduating college, Master Abbott sold nearly all of his belongings and moved to Japan were he spent 14 years immersed in learning the way of the sword. Building on his training and certifications he received from the Japanese Department of Education, Master Abbott went on to pioneer martial arts instruction for beginners and experienced martial artists alike.
In this episode, Master Abbott and Joshua discuss the power of struggle, the differences between martial arts training and instruction in Japan and the US, and what it takes to be a good martial artist. Master Abbott also shares how he cured himself of injury induced asthma by running a mile every day. This is a must listen for martial artists and anybody who needs to rise to a difficult challenge.
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