黎明 ANDY LE REEL 2018 | ACTION ACTOR [PART 2]‼️FULL REEL LINK IN BIO!‼️ MUSIC: 精武門 FIST OF FURY 1995 DONNIE YEN @donnieyenofficial 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 A LOT OF BLOOD, SWEAR, TEARS, BROKEN BONES, FIRE AND PASSION WENT INTO THIS ONE!! KEEP RAGING WAR AT THE FRONT LINES AND KEEP CHASING YOUR DREAMS!! JIAYOU‼️
School’s wrapping up for the summer, and it’s time to hit the beach or have fun outdoors (unless you have to work like some of us!!) Here’s four first class martial artists taking the #streetkickchallenge to the beach🏖 Training never takes a vacation! Thanks to @cameron_saaiman, @marots_csms, @au_eeztaekwondo, and @carlosfighter!!
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Yeah been pretty inactive on Facebook and social media for a while, and in this time I was offline conducting health and fitness programs for girls and women in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
It felt like a sprint of a marathon, the experience and lessons learned the last ten weeks have been both evolutionary and revolutionary, at personal, professional and community levels.
It began with four programs running parallel. Yes, that involved me conducting four fitness sessions per DAY and this continued for five weeks until the venue was relocated until the two morning sessions could be fused. Phew! It then ran at the rate of three sessions per day which eventually continued until ONE HUNDRED sessions were completed.
It was pretty overwhelming on session # 100, I took a moment to breathe it all, inside out. Only to go back to my log book in which I had recorded every single session conducted in Pakistan prior to the 100 in Sri Lanka. It was a 105.
I didn't keep a watch on the fact it was over 200 sessions to date at four locations across 04 cities in three provinces in two countries...it's humbly living breathing proof how almost the unimaginable can come into life, into reality if you become the personification of what you stand for. I say unimaginable considering I was the nerdy girl in school growing up with zero background in sports or any athletics, to become a woman today leading 100s of girls and women to leading healthier lives - across borders of nations, beliefs, languages and race. Yes, conducting the 200+ in five languages so far...
If I could do it, so can any other girl or woman who dreams of making a difference in the world, one step at a time, one rep at a time.
I thank all of you who have supported me the last decade, ever since I embarked on the irreversible journey to free myself of many folds of oppression, which in turn was meant to be an arrow to free so many girls and women globally, well boys and men too. Let's say Humans shall we? :)
In humble gratitude,
#drdee__ /\__ <3
Look what I brought home for “homework.” Starting something new is intimidating. I am clearly not a natural gifted fighter/ninja/martial artist. BUT I WILL learn, practice and continue to try. I realized today (as I kind of started all over AGAIN bc first lesson last month was boxing and today we added kick boxing and more) that I hold myself back for fear of looking stupid. But I KNOW I am supposed to look stupid in the beginning, its part of learning. So here’s to going all in. Hold nothing back. More doing, less thinking. Wish me luck!
thank you @curtis_t_groff for letting me borrow the gloves. See you next week!