Rappers & their entourage 🎤
What’s talked about in this episode:
✅ Fat Joe
✅ Petey Pablo
Rappers & their entourage 🎤
What’s talked about in this episode:
✅ Fat Joe
✅ Petey Pablo
Scene: The underground NYC
Bouncing is a risky business back in these days, at any given moment a gun could go off, knives taken out, or a fight could go down in the middle of the dance floor.
Hear the stories of Bouncers, Bodyguards, & Martial Artists and how life was behind the velvet rope. 🔥
Hosts: Nathan Ingram, Glen Beck, & Jacob Ingram 🎙
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Martial Arts have had a huge impact on our world, from the art itself to the people who teach it. We want to share with you some of the most unselfish individuals in this world; our Martial Arts teachers. These Legends are not only teaching classes for children and adults alike, but they are also building communities by giving back through events that benefit others in need.
In the world of Martial Arts, there are lots of instructors and legends that have served and continue to serve the greater good. They are people who have dedicated their lives to serving others through martial arts.
Martial Arts can be used for self-defense or competition as well as for health and wellness purposes such as weight loss or muscle building. It is also a great way for families to spend time together because it promotes good health habits in children by developing discipline, respect, integrity, and honor among them.
There are also many students that are following in their footsteps and continuing to build our culture. In fact, there are also many students that are following in their footsteps and continuing to build our culture. The martial arts will be the future of the world due to its ability for self-defense and training for leadership positions. Martial arts have a lot of potentials if people continue to train them properly.
This is where the Deadly Art of Survival magazine comes in. Their goal is to focus on these individuals who have gone unnoticed most of their careers, yet have been teaching the Martial Arts for over 30 years. These are men and women who are not only great teachers but also role models in their communities and families. They set a positive example for those who aspire to learn martial arts at an early age.
“You can be a good student by studying hard and learning from your mistakes, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t also demonstrate some leadership qualities as well! In fact, leaders inspire others because when they lead by example, other people will follow suit without even realizing it! We don’t mean becoming an aggressive person who bullies others just because they’re weaker than you; instead, maybe try being more compassionate towards someone else’s needs such as providing food or shelter if needed.”
These legends have not only been teaching students in their community, but they have been giving back to their community as well. They are donating time and money to organizations that help those in need. Deadly Art of Survival’s goal is to be able to bring more awareness about our Martial Arts legends, instructors, and students through the magazine and events so that we can reach out even further than what already exists today!
The magazine strives to promote the culture of Martial Arts, as well as support the well-being of others. A portion of the magazine sales goes towards Angelslive.org. Angelslive inc. is a Non-Profit organization, whose sole purpose is to provide help to homeless military veterans & seniors. They also assist those who have been affected by natural disasters and pandemics.
If you are interested in knowing more about the history of our Martial Arts, then this magazine is for you.
The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine will share with you the True Heroes and Legends who spent time teaching in communities where very few would dare teach the Martial Arts. Dedicating their entire lives to achieving their goals, day in and day out unselfishly, with Honor and Integrity.
The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine will be a journal of historical truth about these great men who have dedicated their lives to achieving greatness!
“We are excited to bring you another issue of the Deadly Art of Survival Magazine. We know that you will be able to relate to these stories and find them inspiring. We want everyone who reads our magazine to feel like they belong in our community, no matter where they are on their journey. Whether you’re interested in learning more about Martial Arts or just looking for something interesting to read while at work or school, we have something here for everyone”! says Nathan Ingram Shidoshi, CEO of The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine.
By Lloyd K. Coleman:
The 3 section staff has been a weapon of mystery and misunderstaning with centuries of battle tested techniques that was used in various situations throughout history. The sanjiegun, or three-section staff (三節棍 , sān jié gùn, shawm jeet gwam), is a Chinese flail weapon that consists of three wooden or metal staffs connected by metal rings or rope. The weapon is also known as a sansetsukon (三節棍) in Japanese.
A more complicated version of the Two Section Staff, the staves can be spun to gather momentum resulting in a powerful strike, or their articulation can be used to strike over or around a shield or other defensive blocks. Historically made of white oak or Chinese red maple, modern staves are constructed from rattan, bamboo, various hardwoods or aluminum. For optimum fit, each of the three sticks should be about the length of the combatant’s arm and have a combined diameter that easily fits in the hand.
A sanjiegun is typically constructed from three wooden staves with a diameter of convert|1.25|in|mm. These are connected by chains of rings, usually of five inches (127 mm) ; modern versions use ball-and-socket joints. The total length of the weapon is about the same as the Chinese staff, the gùn and greater than that of the single staff known in Japanese as a bō; Its larger size allows for a increased reach compared to the Japanese weapon.
Full article in the Deadly Art of Survival 3rd Edition .
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Here’s a sneak peek of the brand new upcoming martial arts comic series called “Apollo”. Set in the lower East side of New York City. The story follows an inner-city martial artist, who’s every day battle is against criminals and drugs.
Apollo works as a bouncer and bodyguard at night and Martial Arts instructor by day. All the events set in the story are inspired by true events. Each episode will have an individual speak on every situation that they were present at.
The first official introduction of Apollo will appear in the Deadly Art of Survival Magazine second issue coming this December 2021.
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Around late September, we decided to officially create a Martial Art’s Magazine. In it we honored about 17 to 20 different East Coast Martial Arts Legends, and it turned out to be extremely successful.
Here’s how that happened:
Step one was getting together everybody’s getting their bios emailed to us directly, I believe it was 17 different bios.
Step Two was creating the cover and all 60 pages of the magazine back cover, structuring that out. Everyone had sent in photos along with their bio, so this made this process easier than having to get stock photos from the Internet and add them to the magazine. Even though we did use some stock photos for certain backgrounds this made it a little more easier. This by far was the most difficult step, as far as the process just because we had to single-handedly design each page of the magazine, so that each page had a different look.
Step Three was finalizing the designs to make sure everything was complete.
Step Four was deciding whether or not we should only upload to Amazon and sell via Amazon or we should upload to a website called blurb. Blurb has options for magazines and is also connected to Amazon but that’s because I think blurb literally just outsources to Amazon. I think they just charge a higher fee and then get the magazines made through Amazon. I’m not too sure, because we ended up just going with Amazon.
Step Five was hiring someone to format the files so that it would be approved on Amazon KDP. I think the next issue I’ll most likely do this part myself, even though this part is a pain (hence why I outsourced). Everything up until this point was pretty much free. Formatting the file, cost around $50 on Fiverr, if anybody needs help formatting their book or a book to Amazon to publish on Amazon thing. You can just go to Fiverr and hire somebody to do it, it’s not that expensive. That’s depending on how many books how many e-books do you want to publish, the prices vary anywhere from five dollars to $10 but yeah that was pretty much my process for Publishing our magazine onto Amazon and it was well worth all the hard work and time spent into it. Because now it is the #1 Bestseller Magazine and also #1 New Release on Amazon. Magazine and also ebook.
Thanks for taking the time out to read this post, my name is Jacob Ingram. If you want to take a look our martial arts magazine or need any help with your book publishing process send a msg I’m on IG, FB, Pinterest. @deadlyartofsurvival or visit deadlyartofsurvival.com