Monthly Archives: June 2012

Complaining

The first noise you make is the first noise you hear. So if you want to complain, you will be the very first person to hear about your own complain. Advertisements

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Surviving the Cut

I’ve caught a couple of episodes of the series, ‘Surviving the Cut’ http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/surviving-the-cut/ and learned about the brutal training these Special Forces soldiers go through, in the comfort of my sofa. One thing I learned is that everyone has a limit. And … Continue reading

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Play safe!

Playing it safe is not playing at all.

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The order of design

When we look at the pre-eminent martial arts style right now, there is not many arts out there that can rival MMA, in combat. We usually, unwittingly think, how can an Aikidoka deal with a MMA exponent? The thing is, … Continue reading

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Multi-purpose Martial Arts

The title sounds loosely associated with ‘MMA’ well we all know what that means Martial arts, as engineered by O’sensei in the form of Aikido is a multi-role Martial Arts. Why do i say that? Typically, Aikido is generally safe for all … Continue reading

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Breaking down

It is always evident, there is a tipping point. It all started small, everything, you me, the population, knowledge, age, people the friends we knew. And it will start when it gets too big. Breaking down, breaking apart. Everyone has … Continue reading

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No Gain=No Pain

The old adage of ‘No Pain, No Gain’ centres a lot on our masochistic nature to push ourselves above and beyond. This sheer bravado is dangerous as it teases the ego to carry out whatever the pain threshold, just to … Continue reading

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