Episode 72

Published on:

16th Apr 2024

Lawrence Warry talks to The Dark Master

Mr Lawrence Warry was a student from my early years as a young martial arts teacher. Specific individuals enter your school, and they immediately make a significant impact on everyone within your school, usually without even knowing the impact they’ve made. Lawrence Warry is one of those students who had a significant impact on my school because of his courtesy, humility, and willingness always to do what was asked of him. I loved when he was in class because he was one of those students that made me a better teacher.

It was an absolute pleasure to talk with him about the old days and where his martial arts journey has taken him.

I feel very blessed to have been part of his journey.

I hope you enjoy our chat.

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About the Podcast

Living Martial Arts
Exercise Lifestyle Philosophy
Everyday martial arts discuss and examines the everyday exercise, philosophy and lifestyle of the martial arts enthusiast. The host talks about his own training past and present and also interviews many martial artists to discover how they continue to live their own everyday martial arts journey. Tune in for top tips on how to get the best out of your martial art. Or perhaps you're thinking of starting a martial art, this podcast offers you an easy way to dip your toe in.

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Raymond Gayle

Master Ray Gayle (The Dark Master) is an 8th degree black belt and has been training in Taekwon-Do for 42 years. He competed very successfully for a number of years at a national and international level achieving British and European titles and the award of International Fighter of the Year. He no longer competes but is devoted to passing on his knowledge of Taekwon- Do to other people.