Episode 31 | Lessons-From-the-Mats

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-5xrff-f39f7b

In this episode, fellow POJCasters, Sal and Todd are joined by Chris Laciura to discuss the value and importance of Martial Arts. You don’t want to miss out on Lessons from the Mats!

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EPISODE NOTES:

Be sure to check out Chris Laciura’s martial arts school, Training For Life Martial Arts, at training4lifema.com

He Brews Segement:

Chris

Sal

Todd

Most Excellent Music Segment:

Sal

Todd

  • Theme Song from the HBO Miniseries John Adams
  • Trailer for the HBO Miniseries John Adams

Chris

  • Caroline by Colter Wall, off of Season 3 Soundtrack of Yellowstone

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