Urgh... literally EVERY SINGLE VIDEO GAMER INSTINCT right now is telling me to smash everything in front of me, especially the ones with the jewels.
This is what happens when the significant other drags me to a "hippy-dilippy shop" because she's into chakras and mandalas and dreadlocks and oils and pillows and shit.
Her terminology not mine.
There's gotta be "Phat-Lewt" around here somewhere... #fillerpost
I'm just a guy that's a hero for fun... One Hundred Pushups! One Hundred Sit ups! One Hundred Squats, and a 10 kilometer run!
Do it every single day!
And of course... make sure you eat 3 meals daily, just a banana in the morning is fine... but never ever use the air conditioner in the summer or heat in the winter, so you can strengthen the mind... In the beginning you'll wish you were dead, you might start thinking "what's the harm of taking a day off", but for me, in order to be a strong hero, even if I was spitting blood I never stopped!
I toughed it out and endured the pain, I did squats even when my legs felt like they couldn't move! Even when my arms started making weird *clicky* noises I kept doing pushups!
A year and a half later I started to notice a difference... I was bald! And I had become stronger!
In other words, you gotta train like hell to the point where your hair falls out! That's the only way to become truly strong... #onepunchman#saitama#anime#dbz#genos#opm#scroll#nerd#otaku
A study of distance and how quickly it can be closed. "Yes Lee we know distance is the best form of defense"
The basic conundrum of the martial arts is... how do I get in to strike distance, hit the other person, and not be hit myself.
The Grand Master preached angular movement, he teaches (and subsequently so do we now) that yes, while the closest distance between 2 points is a straight line, and TKD is primarily a straight line linear martial art, that while strikes can be thrown straight, they don't have to come from the front of the opponent.
If you're taught to move off and outside shoulder lines, generally you're much safer than standing in front of your opponent and exchanging blows, once you're in this position, yes, straight, as well as circular, as well as grabbing techniques can be used, but do not, where possible, attack head on unless you're willing to be hit.
The raised hands demonstrate the danger zone, and we teach that if you're hit within that zone, its entirely your fault as you allowed them to hit you.
Make sense?! Welcome back to training for this term everyone.