I'm not sure what's going on between these 2 but she definitely want to teach this guy a lesson... for some unknown reason :) Hope he was wearing a shell....
I do believe in the existence of energy/chi/kai or whatever you want to give that baby a name. And i witnessed some pretty impressive things first hand but i don't believe (at all..) that you can control and use it in a way as this Kai Master try to play it :) He was very lucky that his opponent took it easy on him...
I do believe that a lot of these small and or bigger accidents are actually happening in the MA world . A student feels (in most cases) happy & honored that he/she can perform an exercises with the teacher. Even if they know they're going to be beaten up :) So they hold on -like Jimmy here in this clip- to not go down/lose face in front of others... even if it really hurts or goes wrong..
It's an 'oldy' but i still need to pee in my pants when watching it :) The man does deserve a big credit because aven after his (probably painful) crash he still want to move on with his nunchuck act... he definitely got the spirit !
After 2 weeks of Failure videos it's time to get to the Funny side of F&F friday.. Might be the perfect student for master Ken :)
In the movie Enter The Dragon, Bruce Lee said : "boards don't hit back" Now that was back in 1973. ... These days where kids are growing up with cellphones, tablets and computers and think that milk is produced in a 'factory', it seems that the behaviour of boards slightly changed because... THEY DO HIT BACK :) There are no more certainties in life... This here is the famous fragment by the way :
If you're doing this kind of stuff as a teacher, it's time someone close your school. By the way, al these 'funky tests' doesn't prove a single thing when it comes to your martial skills. It only proves how dumb and irresponsible you are :( How do you think about these kind of 'performances' ?
Today i came across a tweet that lead me to some nice samurai stuff from Lego. Thought it was nice to list some of that here :) And i wondered if there was more of this funky stuff out there... Samurai Army Bad Ass Samurai Warriros Or more into the 'Ninja thing' ? Buildings & scenery They're
Ukiyo-e Heroes and woodblockprints, not something i was very familiar with untill a few days ago. Thanks to the famous work of Utagawa Kuniyoshi, who drawed a lot of warrior portraits & battle scenes, i knew a bit about Ukiyo-e but didn't really got the idea/concept behind that. And woodblockprints.. well the word speaks for itself but i had no clue about the process behind it. Once you start to digg into that it's quit amazing what kind of artwork could be made back in those days. But
When i tell people what my job is most of them do think it's awesome..especially sword fanatics :) But as with all things in life, nothing goes exactly the way you planned it. And since i couldn't find any satisfaction by just (re)selling the big brands and always like to 'dot it my way', working directly with Chinese forges was the only way left. Although it's most easy way and can be a real pain from time to time... Today i want to share the 'Konron Story' with you to show you that this