Via Tap Cancer Out:
In our second episode we had the opportunity to chat with Dave Kiedaisch. Dave must be a feline of some sort, because he’s lived at least two or three lives, and probably will live another six more. He is a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, a lifelong martial artist and BJJ black belt under John Ouano, has jumped out of planes thousands of times, and now owns High Road BJJ and the High Road Revolution brand, known for its “Do a Good Deed” motto. In this episode we talk about: -- His early life in Queens, NY -- How he found martial arts -- His decorated military career and what parallels he found in BJJ -- How he started High Road BJJ -- Other ways he tries to give back -- What he wish he knew before starting High Road (and I love his answer!) Leave a comment to let us know what you think about the podcast and any future guests you think we should have who are spreading positivity through martial arts!
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