Life is all about understanding your situation and overcoming troubles. When I injured my hamstring, I thought this would diminish my chances at fighting as it would be difficult to kick for some time at least. As most of you know, ‘Kicks’ are important in a fight, especially when your opponent can perform them without trouble. Continue reading
Has anyone thought about what you notice while driving at night? It will be the light signals or the reflectors. these will always be the first thing that reaches your eyes for the obvious reason being, light travels the fastest. No wonder these light signals are more effective than a hand signal. Continue reading
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.
What or who exactly can be considered as the best? Is it really possible for anyone to decide what is the best? Not just the word best, but every word having a superlative degree is just a statement. This thought came to me when I was having lunch with some friends. More attention directed towards this thought, made me realize that, in school, we are just taught about the superlative degree in theory. But our incurious mind never wandered off to think more on that topic. Continue reading
I know this post should have been written earlier. Nevertheless, here it is. They say “Its better late than never”. Warm up are those basic exercises which may seem unimportant, but trust me, you don’t want to skip it. I am typing this down with experience. A torn ligament(now rehabilitated) while a sparring session, a pulled hamstring while performing a basic split and many more injuries have been endured by me due to my lazy attitude towards warming up. But, it is time to stop this madness and now, it is always warm up before a hard workout. Continue reading
This concept is pretty simple but, most often overlooked in dojos. Students are told to work harder every time, but this concept is an extension of that. Teaching the students this perspective will change their attitude towards the hard training regimen and they will embrace it with open hands. Continue reading