Thursday, 28 December 2017
Special holiday episode NOW AVAILABLE
On this holiday special of the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell review the karate year and talk about the best moments of 2017, as well as the importance of recovery!
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Sunday, 17 December 2017
Episode 64 - Japan Nationals & More!
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This week, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos talk about the recent Japan National Championships, as well as their latest technical, Tactical, and Fitness training tips.
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Sunday, 10 December 2017
Episode 63 - WKF Results
In this weeks karate 360 podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell review the current WKF Rankings at the end of 2017 and what to look for in the new 2018 Karate Season!
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WKF Rankings: https://setopen.sportdata.org/wkfranking/ranking_main.php#ranking
Tuesday, 5 December 2017
Episode 62 - Okinawa Results & MORE!
In this weeks episode, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell talk about the results from the final K1 of the year in Okinawa, as well as the purpose of badges on your gi, new changes to WKF rules for kata and kumite, and how to train to improve your karate stances!
Monday, 27 November 2017
Episode 61 - Own Your Karate
The guys pick up the mic and talk about the latest karate global news including a preview of the upcoming K1 Series A tournament in Okinawa, as well as how to OWN your karate.
Sunday, 19 November 2017
Episode 60 - It Takes Guts
This week, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos talk about the stress of moving, the Sato Cup tournament in British Columbia, the Youth Olympic Games 2018 qualifying system, how to properly foot sweep and also why training one leg at a time is so important!
Sunday, 5 November 2017
NEW EPISODE NOW AVAILABLE!!
The Junior, Cadet, & U21 World Championships from Spain have completed and Karate 360 hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell go over the results, as well as discuss why a little goes a long way in karate training
Sunday, 15 October 2017
OUR NEW EPISODE IS NOW AVAILABLE!!
The guys are back for the latest episode as they recap the Karate1 Series A in Salzburg, a kata seminar by two World-Ranked top 15 & Canadian National Kata champions, as well as how to develop more hand speed
Salzburg Results: https://wkf.net/imagenes/karate1/-resultados-karate-1-serie-a-salzburg-october-7-8-001.pdf
Sunday, 1 October 2017
New episode NOW AVAILABLE!!
In this weeks episode, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos review the latest karate news including Goju Global Championships, Olympic news, as well as discuss the importance of the first kata move and how to improve reaction time
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Sunday, 24 September 2017
Episode 52 - Coaching Certifications
The guys are back for this weeks episode of the show as they talk about the role of coaching certifications in competitive karate, as well as go over the results from the Wadokai National Championships at the Nippon Budokan in Japan where karate will be held at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Sunday, 17 September 2017
Episode 51 - One Year Highlights
Can you believe that the Karate 360 podcast is ONE YEAR OLD!
On the ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY of the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos discuss the results from the German Open, and also highlight the top 10 moments of the Karate 360 year!
German Open Results: https://wkf.net/imagenes/karate1/-resultados-karate-1-premier-league-halleleipzig-2017-september-8-10-001.pdf
Monday, 4 September 2017
The guys are back in studio as they discuss the results from the recent PKF Junior, Cadet, and U21 Championships in Buenos Aires, as well as new training tips for karate performance!
Sunday, 27 August 2017
New episode NOW AVAILABLE
This week, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos go over the results from the recent JKA World Championships, as well as tips to improve your karate performance! View and Download BELOW!
Monday, 14 August 2017
Episode 47 - One Year Later
NOW AVAILABLE (link below)
hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell are back in studio as they talk about the one year anniversary of karate being announced as a new sport for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and offer their thoughts on to improve your karate performance
Tuesday, 8 August 2017
Episode 46 - US Nationals
In this weeks episode of the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell go over the US Nationals results in the "Karate Global News" segment, and discuss when to go for a belt test, as well as how to develop more POWER!
KARATE GLOBAL NEWS
US Nationals results: https://www.tournamentinabox.com/files/draws/Results-224.pdf
Karate instead of gangs article: http://www.heraldlive.co.za/news/2017/07/24/ganglands-forgotten-children-chose-karate-gangs/
Sunday, 30 July 2017
Monday, 17 July 2017
Episode 43 - Bringing Value
On the latest episode of the Karate 360 Podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell bring value by offering their thoughts on the upcoming AKF Championships, the host cities for the next Summer Olympics, as well as training tips for karate athletes.
Sunday, 9 July 2017
Karate 360 NEW EPISODE NOW AVAILABLE
This week, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell break down the recent WKF Youth Cup training camp and tournament, as well as how to block, evade, and escape in kumite training
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Monday, 3 July 2017
Our newest podcast episode is NOW AVAILABLE!
This week on the Karate 360 podcast, the guys talk about the WKF Youth Camp in Umag, a Bruce Lee sparring video, and how to create an effective daily training environment.
We discuss THIS video of Bruce Lee sparring
Monday, 26 June 2017
Episode 40 - Toledo
This week, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos discuss the results from the latest Series A in Toledo, as well as the history of the karate styles, and a karate training tip.
Toledo results: https://www.wkf.net/karate1-main/23/
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Sunday, 18 June 2017
Episode 39 - World Karate Day
Hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos give their take on the McGregor vs Mayweather boxing announcement and why its important for karate athletes to watch. Other topics include World Karate Day,the difference between air, soft, and hard touch in training and how to build explosiveness using plyometric training.
Canada Open Results: http://www.karatebc.org/wp-content/uploads/CanOpen2017-Sunday-Results.pdf
Sunday, 11 June 2017
Episode 38 - Results & Training Tips
In this weeks episode, the guys are back from the Canada Open and discuss the latest karate news including the results from the PKF Championships, and training tips to improve karate performance
Sunday, 28 May 2017
New episode NOW AVAILABLE!
This week, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos discuss problems with mainstream karate, whether your karate style determines success in competition, and karate training tips.
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Monday, 15 May 2017
Episode 34 - European Recap
This week on the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell discuss the recent European Karate Federation Championships in Turkey, as well as how to do reaction training to improve karate performance
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Monday, 1 May 2017
Episode 32 - 10K Karate Clash
This week on the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Richard Mosdell and Kalan Anglos discuss the recent return of the 10K Karate Clash, and offer a couple ways to improve your karate performance
Sunday, 23 April 2017
Episode 31 - K1 Rabat & US Open
This week, the guys break down the recent K1 Rabat and US Open tournaments, including the return of the great Rafael Aghayev. Also, what it means to be an authentic karate practitioner.
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Monday, 17 April 2017
Episode 30 NOW AVAILABLE!
In this weeks episode of the Karate 360 podcast, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell bring listeners the latest karate global news including a recap from K1 Rabat, as well as some karate pet peeves!
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Monday, 27 March 2017
Karate 360 episode 28 is NOW AVAILABLE
In this weeks episode, the guys break down the recent Dutch Open tournament in Rotterdam, the new WKF online streaming service, a popular kumite drill, and how to train for a healthy heart.
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Monday, 20 March 2017
Karate 360 Episode 27 is NOW AVAILABLE!
Episode 27 could be our BEST episode yet and is now available for viewing and download!
This week, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell banter on all things karate including the use of height divisions instead of weight for youth athletes, the recent Dutch Open tournament, and how to become more flexible for karate performance.
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Monday, 6 March 2017
Episode 25 is NOW AVAILABLE!
We are BACK in studio and our newest episode is now available for viewing and download!
Hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell return to studio after the Canadian National Championships to discuss the premiere event in Canada, the new senshu rule for kumite, and answer listener's questions such as can an athlete compete at the World level with no traditional karate background
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Thursday, 2 March 2017
Recap: 2017 Karate National Championships
British Columbia wins most gold medals in premiere event
In August 2016, karate was announced as the newest combat sport to participate in the Olympics for Tokyo 2020. This past weekend, Canada's best karate athletes took the first steps to being there by participating at the Canadian National Championships.
The 3-day tournament was held in Quebec City from February 24-26 and saw some monumental moments for teams as well as individuals.
In the senior mens kata division, one that has been largely dominated by the province of British Columbia (BC) over the past several years, there was a new champion crowned. In a division that has saw BC's Toshi Uchiage reign supreme for nearly a decade, it was a familiar opponent - Kenneth Lee - also from British Columbia, who came out on top with the gold medal. Lee, who achieved a top-10 finish at the latest Senior World Championships, dethroned Uchiage on his way to winning his first National title. Additionally, Lee was presented the Senior Male Athlete of the Year award following the tournament.
"It's a beautiful feeling when preparation meets opportunity," Lee said following the tournament. "A special thank you to my fellow teammates/competitors, and especially Toshi Uchiage, for constantly challenging me and inspiring me to become stronger each year".
BC once again swept the men's kata podium with Uchiage winning silver, and John Sawal as well as Seiya Takeuchi taking home bronze.
In the senior women's kata division, it was another BC athlete who took home gold as Rita Ngo was crowned champion by beating out Quebec's Daphne Trahan-Perreault. The bronze medals also went home to the Uchiage family, as both Sumi (BC) and Hidemi (Alberta) Uchiage were awarded third place.
While BC prevailed in the senior kata divisions, in the kumite divisions, it was the province of Quebec who continued to show their dominance by amassing the most kumite medals in the tournament. Leading the charge was Patrice Boily-Martineau who won gold in both the -75kg and men's open kumite divisions, as well as a bronze in the team kumite division. The host Team Quebec won 22 out of a possible 48 medals in the senior kumite divisions for both male and female, and would have swept the mens open weight division had it not been for the return of Ontario's Sarmen Sinani. After not competing last year at the Canadian National Championships, the unranked Sinani came back to not only win a bronze in the open division, as well as a gold in the team kumite division for Team Ontario, but he also reclaimed his crown at the top of the -84kg category.
In women's kumite, it was New Brunswick's Kate Campbell who continued to show that she is one of Canada's top prospects as an Olympic hopeful, as she was crowned champion in both the woman's -55kg and open weight divisions. The two gold medals, along with a bronze at the recent Karate 1 Premier League in Paris solidified the Female Athlete of the Year award for Campbell and show that she is taking the necessary steps to Tokyo 2020.
British Columbia finished first among the medal standings, with 24 gold medals, 13 silver, and 21 bronze (first place awarded to province with most gold medals). However, it was Quebec who amassed the most medals in the tournament, winning a total of 22 gold medals, 31 silver, and 18 bronze. The province of Ontario finished third with 17 gold, 10 silver, and 15 bronze.
"What an extremely successful National Championships here in Quebec City" said Karate Canada president Craig Vokey at the awards ceremony. "The hard work and dedication by these athletes show they are ready to represent Canada at Tokyo 2020".
The 2018 Canadian National Championships will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Every other major sport gets covered by coaches & fans creating weekly podcasts so why not karate, right!
Season 3 is co-hosted by Richard Mosdell & Eric Masino who invite listeners to their conversation & insights on karate news, on being a karate instructor, on technical & tactical info, old school karate reflections, Japan karate world news, WKF officiating tips, guest interviews, and tournament shout outs to any listener who writes in!
Season 1 & 2 were co-hosted by Richard Mosdell & Kalan Anglos.
Monday, 20 February 2017
Our first Facebook Live podcast is now available for viewing as well as download on all audio platforms!
In Episode 23, we are joined by karate instructor and ambassador Rodney Hobson where we answer YOUR questions sent to us such as who in Canada has the best chance of making the Olympics, and what it means to be a sensei.
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Monday, 30 January 2017
Episode 20 of Karate 360 is NOW AVAILABLE!
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In Episode 20, hosts Kalan Anglos and Richard Mosdell discuss some pre-paris open karate news, favorite karate books, how to best train aerobically for karate, and much more!
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