Sunday, July 22, 2012



HEY GUYS MY  NAME IN LIGHTS!
MY THOUGHTS:



I'LL GET BETTER IF I DON'T  DIE FROM THE BURN OUTS.




INTRODUCTION TO
ROTOR CUFF INITIATED ARM EXTENDING MOVEMENT
[ANATOMICALLY SPEAKING MEDICAL SCIENCE HAS EMPIRICALLY VALIDATED
OVER AND OVER THAT THIS ARM POSITION IS THE FAR STRONGER AND
DOES NOT  ALTER THE NATURAL POSITION FOR WITHSTANDING GENERATED AND
PLACED UPON IT STRESS-OR TORQUE FORCES:
FROM SHOULDER TO WRISTS.
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LOOK, READ, AND PREPONDER.............
LOVE YOUR TOOLS MORE THAN THE COMMON CHOICE OF
EXCLUSIVE LEARNING AND CONDITIONED PREFERENCE.
ENLARGED WORDING:
IN THE LEAST WORDS WITH VISUAL ILLUSTRATION……ACCORDING TO EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE PERTINENT SCIENCES BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES OF EXCLUSIVE LEARNING AND CONDITIONING, THE BONE STRUCTURE OF THE ARM IS AT IT’S STRONGEST WHEN KEPT AT THE SUPINATION POSITION AND THE WEAKEST AT THE PRONATION. 
ESTABLISHED, CONFIRMED, AND CASE CLOSED.
ANY DEBATE OR PHYSICAL EXPRESSION TO THE CONTRARY WILL EVENTUALLY AND DEPENDING ON UNPRECEDENTED FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO PENDING INJURY…………RESULT. 
THE CHOICE IS YOURS.
AS THE OLD SAYING GOES- THE FOOL SEES DANGER AHEAD AND
DOES NOT AVOID IT

PART 1 NEXT
HERE IT IS: video

2-ANOTHER video

3-MORE      video

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THE SLOW PACED SHADOW BOXING IS IN THE HOPE THAT
YOU CAN SEE THE ROTARY MOTION OF THE SHOULDER MUSCLES AND
THAT THEY DO EXTEND THE ARM MORE ECONOMICALLY THAN THE ACCUSTOMED
MANNER IN WHICH WE ARE FIRST TAUGHT TO DO SO.
LOOK AND NOTICE THROUGH EMPHATIC OBSERVATION.
IT'S ABOUT THE ROTARY MUSCLE'S FUNCTION MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE
YOU MIGHT THINK WHILE WATCHING.

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THIS FOLLOWING ONE IS ROTOR CUFF PUNCHING MOVEMENT FOLLOWED BY
SHADOW BOXING ARM MOVEMENT PUNCHING:
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Before the Intellectual food ....earlier I said, I'm going to continue punching until I knock over the free standing bag...it didn't happen......it broke in half....so here I am hitting it after I patched it up to hold together:




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 INTELLECTUAL FOOD :
Ever notice how effective, cool looking and in control the training looks when performing movement
in contrast to when it is time to fight for your life? their movements suddenly look like crap.
There ought not be any difference whatsoever.
Under pressure while in combat for survival you ought look
the same cool looking and effective as when there is no pressure in practice;
two different animals!

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9 comments:

  1. Thank you for making the time to make the video & posting on the Blog!

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  2. The humble (or even not so much) bit of silt on the highest cresting wave is still (very much) unable to know the implicate order... love it, and Bohm of course... another story of Blackfoot influence on a mainstream mind, haha! But even more than the philosophy, the rhythmic bag work is awesome. Thanks for posting these. Very coll to hear and see you in action

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    1. That should be 'cool'... What is 'coll' anyway?

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    2. coll is a Spanish word meaning the vegetable cole;
      your implicate spoke spanish to miine.
      hahahaha

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  3. THANK YOU!
    I'M GOING TO DIE LAUGHING AND
    IN GOOD HEALTH.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    WE CAN'T TAKE IT WITH US.
    HAHAHAHAHA
    BUT BEFORE I DO
    THAT STANDING BAG IS GOING OVER TOPSY TURVY.
    HAHAHA

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    1. THE STANDING BAG DID NOT TOPSY TURVY...........INSTEAD IT BROKE.
      CRACKED AT THE SCREWS......RIPPED RIGHT OUT EVERY ONE OF THEM... SO EVERLAST BETTER HAVE A STRONGER ONE. THAT'S' GOOD AND BAD.

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  4. Love the spirit ! The bag workout was crazy, I really enjoyed it !
    Today Ling

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  5. Thanks very much for posting the video, loved the philosophy video and the bag work out - was also great to hear the 'training montage' song from Rocky V, haven't heard that song in years! I think I have and idea of what you are speaking about in regards to the rotary cuff initiated arm extension exercise, looking forward to Part 2 to learn more!

    Thanks again, take care and keep on smiling (and laughing too)!

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