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“Tae Kwon Do Matters” is a weekly podcast where 4th Dan Blackbelt Joel Lacsamana tackles his passion for Tae Kwon Do, and shares stories, and the history of various martial arts. Joel will interview a wide plethora of Tae Kwon Do and martial arts personalities, not just from the Philippines, but from all over Asia and other parts of the world. Our hope is to share this passion and to build a community around Tae Kwon Do and other martial arts. Find us on social media anywhere, in instagram a ...
 
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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is the best Hollywood-made martial arts film Taekwondo Matters has seen so far. In this episode, we conclude the first season of Taekwondo Matters by tackling the different disciplines of martial arts seen in this latest Marvel film. To help us out, my daughter Bronte Lacsamana, a film enthusiast, Taekwondo…
 
World and Asian Poomsae champion Jean Pierre, or JP, Sabido believes that none of his championships can come close to his current life as husband to fellow TKD instructor Pauline, and as hands-on dad to hyperactive toddler Chap and baby sunshine Beau. As Covid 19 figures continue to surge in Bacolod City, JP and Pauline teach, train and send young …
 
In the sprawling hierarchy of the Philippine Taekwondo Association (PTA), martial arts legend Stephen Fernandez easily elicits respect due to his approachable personality, emphatic listening and diplomatic skills to get even the most intransigent fellow to meet him at least halfway. A former collegiate and national champion, two-time Olympian, and …
 
Twins Rhezie and Rheza Aragon, nicknamed Zing and Zang, believe that as long as they got each other, everything would be right as rain. The Lanao del Norte-born martial artists only started practicing taekwondo in 2016. After being scouted at Cagayan de Oro, they were recruited by National University, and the rest was history. The martial art that …
 
Dave Cea, a 22-year old taekwondo athlete, does not let COVID-19 get him down or derail his dream for more wins with the Philippine team. "At the end of the day, the biggest challenge that I face is from my own mind," says the Butuan native. His weltenschauung (philosophy) is to believe in himself and do what he loves.…
 
Bobby and Dean Vargas, Taekwondo legends in the 80s-90s, now teach a more family-oriented version of the Korean martial art in sunny Southern California. But underneath the friendly suburban exterior, Quest Taekwondo produces future champions and martial artists with indomitable spirit and integrity.…
 
Filipino siblings Dustin and Rico Mella are martial artists whose lives, like millions of millennials the world over, are “engulfed” by social media. More so during the Covid-19 pandemic. But the two Taekwondo international champions have a way of keeping themselves calm, and grounded. They share the secrets of their success, both on the mat, and i…
 
“You can’t just show up, and expect to win,” says Roberto Cruz, a six-time gold medalist in the Southeast Asian Games. Coach “Kitoy” knows whereof he speaks. He also bagged gold, silver and bronze metals in the Asian Championships, plus three silvers and two bronze plums in the World Championships. Now a successful coach in the Philippines, Coach “…
 
Ernesto Guzman, Jr., does not just practice martial arts, but lives the life of a martial artist way up in the northeastern Luzon province of Cagayan, some 12 hours from Manila. Here, in the currently locked down city of Tuguegarao, he runs the Guzman Taekwondo Academy where he teaches young kids to be champions of life. “Buboy”, as he is fondly ca…
 
Martial artist Noelyn Rose Campos is running for 2021 Miss Universe Philippines. Long shot? Who cares! What counts is that she inspires women, children and those going through mental health issues that they can weather life’s storms, and achieve their dreams. To vote for Noelyn: Download the Miss Universe Philippines app. Android - https://bit.ly/3…
 
Ricky Santiago gives a sneak preview of the new technological developments that will be unveiled at the 2024 Paris Olympics. The end goal, he explains, is the holy grail of transparency which began after the judging controversies which beset the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
 
"It’s all in God’s plan, and in His time."Jojo and Jocel Ninobla reveal the secrets of their success, both in and out of the dojang, competition mat, and at home. It is an inspiring story. A tale where a father and daughter’s competitive fire, indomitable spirit, love of God, and closeness as a family, continue to sustain them during these dark, de…
 
Filipino taekwondo jin Pauline Lopez tells “Taekwondo Matters” how she continues to train, keep in shape, and pick up where she left off from her interrupted university studies. Missing the Tokyo Olympics still rankles, of course, but Pauline is more philosophical about her loss nowadays. “I know one thing for sure is that anytime adversity comes m…
 
We interview two Gen Z taekwondo black belts, Niko Macasaet and Lucas Llarena. Niko and Lucas are among the two thousand jins participating in the first ever 2021 Smart/MVP Sports Foundation Asian Taekwondo Poomsae and Speedkicking Championships from July 10-11.
 
Breaking off from their 10-day quarantine at the Linden Suites Hotel, Filipino TKD Poomsae standouts Juvenile Crisostomo and Rinna Babanto talk about their martial arts passion, embrace of failure, team focus, and personal growth. One is a poker-faced introvert of few words, with a mind of steel; the other is an adventurous, socmed-savvy Cebuana, w…
 
Interview with Jeordan Dominguez, Darius Venerable, and Marvin Mori, three poomsae champions who believe in living in the moment and firing up their dreams. Get to know these young guys as they describe how they transitioned from their kyorugi days to poomsae, which is now giving them successes in the national and international circuits. Along the …
 
Interview with former Philippine team Kyorugi flag-bearer Japoy Lizardo, and his wife, world poomsae champion Janice Lagman. The most recognized Taekwondo couple in the country are now applying the lifelong lessons they've picked up from the martial art to raising their own family.
 
Interview with Jade Zafra, grounded PAL stewardess and taekwondo champion. She talks about winning and losing, a dream job that turned into a nightmare, teaching, family, a masters at AIM, and living life with a greater purpose.
 
Interview with Allain Keanu Ganapin, a Philippine martial arts para-athlete and a man with a mission. He will not let any physical disability get in his way to his dream of martial arts glory. Follow Allain's journey in this episode. This is our second episode of Taekwondo Matters. Expect more exciting stories up ahead.…
 
Interview with Kurt Barbosa on his journey to realize his taekwondo dream. We tackle the origins of his first taekwondo lessons, from his long, arduous road through the taekwondo school system, palaro, and regional games to his National University UAAP championship run, from his first years with the national team and his first international matches…
 
Joel Lacsamana shares his passion for Tae Kwon Do and other martial arts.Feeling down because of the Covid-19 pandemic? Don’t be: Tae Kwon Do teaches us the martial spirit, and a fighting mindset which is crucial for these trying times, and challenges up ahead. Whether you’re a sabumnim currently juggling virtual classes and training sessions for y…
 
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