Can-do attitude is one of the key things shared by the two martial arts I teach — Cabal Fang and Bobcat Frontier Rough ‘n’ Tumble.
When you need to train a certain skill or body mechanic you don’t make excuses about the weather, your lack of money or equipment, or your limited time. You don’t whine about your bum knee or any of that.
You find a way to train so as to fill the gap safely and efficiently. You modify, adapt and overcome.
You get it done.
This isn’t just a material truth for the training hall. It is also a spiritual truth for the ages, as you are about to see in…
Can Do View: Martial Arts Training Involution #191
- Warm-up thoroughly for at at least 8 minutes. I like to do 2 minutes each of jump rope, light calisthenics, shadowboxing, and dynamic stretching — or I just do 8 minutes of MBF.
- 20 mins of practical all-in self-defense and fitness. 2 mins each, twice through of each exercise: Sledgehammer shovels, Jumps (SBJs or Boxes, your choice), Sled Pulls, Shoulder Carries, and Weapon Strikes v. Heavy Bag. Improvise! If you don’t have a sled, load up a plastic trash can lid and tie a rope to it. Shoulder a bag of mulch or a floor bag. Whatever training weapon you use — stick, rubber/wood training knife, etc. — carry it with you for the whole 20 min. duration (in your hand or belt) to build your command and mastery of the weapon during real life activities. This involution was created using the green FRT dice in the photo above!
- 10 minutes of meditation. The present emerges to us out of the future, which is to say that what you are today is a consequence of the greatest possible future you were capable of admitting yesterday. You cannot achieve the incredible unless you attempt the impossible. Aim for no less than heaven and maybe you’ll get close. Have a seat and meditate on that for 10 mins.
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