Jeff and Joshua talk about their respective martial arts journeys, exceeding the expectations of others, and the importance of an empowering mindset. Jeff also tells one of the raddest competition stories. You’ll have to wait until the end for that one.
In this episode, Jose and Joshua talk about their love of surfing and their experience in competing on the US Team together. Jose also goes deep on his recovery from his injury, and what he does to persevere when things get tough. This is not an episode to be missed.
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In this episode, Joshua sits down for an unfiltered conversation with both Kyle and Erik. The 3 of them talk a bit about the Budo Brothers story, as well as some of their common training experiences. Also, some shenanigans ensue.
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In this episode, Josh and Joshua talk about everything from music and Josh’s former band, Zen Vendetta, opening for Chris Cornell to the time Josh and Joshua tried to get service while walking through a Burger King drive through. Josh also talks about some of the differences between California and Texas, as well as his passion for racing cars.
Josh went on to talk about his involvement with the band Runescarred. He dropped some breaking news about the band, but you’ll just have to wait until the end of the episode to find out what that news is.
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Chaka and I discuss what it takes to coordinate a growing adaptive surfing competition like the US Open, which will be in its fourth year this September 10-13.
We also talk about his journey from a life-changing motorcycle accident in 1986 to finding his way onto the water again to become a premier figure in the adaptive surfing space.