Why are we doing this? The reasons for creating the Taekwondo Podcast!
In this bonus episode, Coaches César Valentim and Peter Nestler share their motivations for creating the Taekwondo Podcast.
What's the difference between this Podcast and what's already out there. Why is it a weekly podcast, who are the guests already lined up for the upcoming episodes.
Listen to this brief introduction about the Taekwondo Podcast.
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Do world , well, you found it. This is the TaeKwonDo podcast, TaeKwonDo news competitions, and other events, training and sports science, keeping the fans, coaches and high performance athletes up to date with the latest news and trends on Olympic TaeKwonDo. Let's do this is , is the TaeKwonDo podcast. And now your host coach Caesar Valenti team and Peter Nestle .Speaker 2:
Hello and welcome to the first bonus episode of the typical podcast. We are a podcast based out of Austria in English language for everyone out there who like te Oneo . The coach is the athlete sports scientist fans . And on this episode , we are explaining why we are doing this podcast. Hello, and welcome to this bonus episode. I'm coach Jesus Valenti team . And with me , coach Peter Nestler. Hello, Peter I'm . How are you? Could you tell us a little bit about yourself and your reasons for doing this podcast? Hello,Speaker 3:
I'm fine. Hello, Cesar . Hello everybody. And welcome to this podcast about TaeKwonDo. Um, a few words about me I'm Teon coach for many years. I'm also international referee, and now we are doing this podcast together. What is the reason why are we doing all that? Um, we want to explain the difference between this podcast and all the others, which you could find out there. We will , uh , have updated news about events going on at the moment or in the next future. And we will show you the, the new trends in training methodologies. Um , we will have the podcast weekly and we will soon tell you why we are doing this. We will explain the importance of sharing all the knowledge about Tew do and importing knowledge by listening to awesome experts. We will invite in the next few podcasts. Yeah,Speaker 2:
Well, the Teon do is a very popular sport around the world. Millions of people are doing it worldwide. The world championships at Olympic games are quite , uh , uh , well spread . They have an attendance from all continents and it was missing a podcast that would actually talk about that . Part of Teon do there is the training , uh , especially the new trends with all these new , um, trends and conditioning with all this technology that's involved. It was important to have such a podcast. Do you think , uh , the people outside of , uh , of Austria are doing the more, less worse , whatever . Uh , what do you think it's a big difference in terms of , uh , of the training and the , uh , and the knowledge share exchange knowledge exchange of the , of trainingSpeaker 3:
Outside? Yeah, that's the main problem in tech point is the sharing of knowledge in some countries it's , uh , quite okay. Uh , especially in Europe, they depend more on science , uh , and also are sharing part of the , of the knowledge for the training, but in many countries , uh , the knowledge is not shared all or they encapsuled themselves. So they develop their own knowledge and are afraid to get knowledge from outside. So , uh , what is your opinion , uh , on this matter? ISpeaker 2:
Think in the , in some countries, like in Latin America, they've actually been doing a lot of , uh , webinar seminars , a lot of courses, and they do a lot of exchange, even though the knowledge maybe in terms of, of the sports science part is not as much developed, mostly financially financial reasons as north America or Europe. But , uh , the platforms for the sharing for sharing of these knowledge is what was missing podcasts like this , uh , web platforms, even e-learning models that would actually be available for everybody around the world. It's also important that we understand that our sport, even though it has specific , uh , competition formats and competition rules, it doesn't defer that much from the other combat sports , of course, the time limitations or the technique are there, but in terms of , uh , endurance, most of the strengths and condition techniques, we can also import a lot from , uh , people with expertise in other combat sports.Speaker 3:
Yeah, that's true. We, we , we experienced in the last years that our training methods on a high level , uh , is very similar to other sports, which , uh , have had a big development like soccer or other sports, which , uh , have a lot of money in them. So we can see the trainings methods in, in , in some of these sports are really similar to ours, to the , to the high level sports we have in Europe or also in the United States.Speaker 2:
It's important to mention that our podcast and , uh , we , that both of us know this, but it's important for our listeners to also to understand it's not so much about the traditional part. Uh , the training of the traditional part of te Kondo is not what really motivates us to do this. There's plenty of podcasts out there about traditional te Kondo training. Ours is really more about high performance, and it's also important to understand the competition formats and what it brings to the training conditions and the athletes itself.Speaker 3:
Yeah, that's also the listeners we wanna have for our podcasts , uh , is those searching for the newest technologies, renews training methods and all the modern stuff we have. That's true.Speaker 2:
Peter, we have outlined an extensive list of topics we want to discuss. We lined up quite an impressive number of guests that they will come and share their views on some of their experiences in Teon training. Of course, we'll also keep up with international competitions. Um, can you share a little bit with us? What are your expectations, what you think main challenge are going to be, who do you think our guests should beSpeaker 3:
Well on the guests? Uh , my opinion is that we should have an , uh , a mix out of , uh , coaches on one hand who are really successful out there in the world at the big events. And on the other hand , uh , we should have the sign skies , which most people not know at the moment, but we, we could bring them to the , to a bigger audience to shared , known knowledge they could give. And , uh, on the other hand , we could also have , uh , some talks with athletes, how they feel at the moment with all those , uh , measures due to COVID or whatever, and how they feel in structures, like in , in , in great Britain with the , the big team they have in Manchester and the structure they have in the science. And so, so we should have a good mix of everything.Speaker 2:
My point, exactly. I think we are missing a lot of the sports scientists part , uh , sport , Nutri sports psychology. We do have a few lined up. We have some big surprises, some big names coming into the show. And , uh, I think the , exactly the point , uh , we want to make exactly the way we wanna go so that we are not , uh , something that everyone has been listing on the other podcast. We want to actually focus on that part on the, on the development pathway for , uh , performance athletes. Thank you, Peter. It was a pleasure being here with you and with everyone who is listening. It was a great launch to our condo podcast. There is another bonus episode already available online, where we review what happened in 2021, the challenge of the calendar during the pandemic. And of course the Olympics and its surprises, the deceptions stay tuned, subscribe to the podcast, leave us a positive review and share with your friends. See you next timeSpeaker 1:
You've been listening to the Teon do podcast, keeping the fans, coaches, and high performance athletes up to date with the latest news and trends on Olympic Teon do your host coach Caesar Valenti team has all almost 20 years of experience with high performance TaeKwonDo and has worked all around the world. As a TaeKwonDo trainer. Peter Nestler has been teaching TaeKwonDo for more than 20 years, and he's currently one of the top referees in Europe. We hope you enjoyed the show, make sure to like rate and review and we'll be back soon. But in the meantime, find us on a firstname.lastname@example.org . See you next time.