Today on the podcast we are joined by Josh Peacock.
Josh is the host of the Combat Learning Podcast and has been deeply involved in the martial arts, both as a practitioner and an instructor, for the past two decades.
We both met recently on Rob Gray’s Perception and Action Podcast where we had an incredibly interesting discussion on the role of ecological dynamics in martial arts and MMA training.
During that chat, not only was I excited to find that he’s been actively studying and applying constraints led training to his training and that of his students, I was also really intrigued by Josh’s deeper understanding of the history behind the development and rise of certain martial practices and traditions.
So today I wanted to bring him on the show and dive deeper into these subjects. We’re going to look at how traditional martial arts pedagogy became established in Japan, Europe and China, identify the reasoning behind some of their methods, and understand how an ecological approach can be applied to vastly improve skill acquisition.
I had a wonderful time talking with Josh, and hope to have him on the show again in the future, so if you also enjoyed the conversation, be sure to leave a like, comment, and subscribe if you haven’t yet. Your support means the world to us!
Thanks a lot and enjoy the show!
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