Martial Arts Guardian appears on US Talk show

Martial Arts Guardian has featured on a popular US talk show. Host John Kerwin is a dedicated Karate practitioner. MAG is edited by Bushinkai chief instructor Simon Keegan and has featured various aspects of our club in each of the first five issues. Click here to read the first five issues of Martial Arts Guardian online.

Guardian vs Guardian

It’s been an eventful month for Martial Arts Guardian as the Guardian newspaper took umbrage with use of the name “Guardian”, despite there being many unrelated publications (Farmer Guardian, Chorley Guardian etc). However this backfired spectacularly as all the other newspapers pointed out how foolish the Guardian were being. Speaking on behalf of MAG, the…

Bushinkai featured in Issue 3 of MAG

Our club and chief instructor are featured in a video interview in Issue 3 of Martial Arts Guardian that you can also view here: MAG intro on Simon’s background Simon Keegan is the third Guardian to be introduced in our video interviews. He is very much a traditional martial artist with a strong background in…

Issue 1 of Martial Arts Guardian out March 15th

            The first edition of Martial Arts Guardian is out on March 15th. The “Guardians” are Bushinkai chief instructor Simon Keegan, Shikon head Steve Rowe, Jujutsu instructor Russ Jarmesty and Krav Maga instructor Scott Caldwell. Tthe first issue of Martial Arts Guardian is coming along nicely but we’re still remaining…

Martial Arts Guardian

In British martial arts there are the quality, reputable, honest hard working clubs (like Bushinkai) and then there are the McDojos where your two year old can get a blackbelt if they attend three lessons. Instead of whingeing about these cowboys, a group of instructors, thrown together by a common goal have decided to promote…