Saturday, October 22, 2016

Something I've noticed watching boxers when not using gloves when training. When it comes to fighting they need to stick with the gloves cuz i always see these mistakes and it drives me crazy. They usually have a bent wrist and hit with the front of the fingers not the actual knuckles and its usually the ring finger and pinky. What i see mostly is the fact when they throw a vertical hook they strike with the palm area. Just some things i've picked up what do you guys think about this am i being ignorant or do you see this as well.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

My progress

Last time i posted about having weak legs i've been working hard past month or two on my squats and it doesnt seem like much but im doing 100lbs 5 reps before i think it was like 70lbs so im getting there. My benchpress has improved as well i recently been doing 150lbs 5 times and i maxed out the other day at 165lbs. Since ive been doing squats my kicks have dramatically improved but i can no longer do splits but my technique and power has increased. just thought i update you guys on what i been working on.

Friday, July 8, 2016

The Concept of 'Sacrifice'

I once watched a video of Sifu Freddie Lee mentioning the word 'sacrifice'. He basically defined sacrificing as giving up what you want to do to achieve success, lose weight or whatever. He cannot be any more right about that. I am experiencing this everyday: people are willing to do anything to be "successful". Here is the problem with sacrificing. It uses the mind to be successful. You cannot avoid using the mind if you want to get somewhere. You can be meditative as much as you can but to be successful, you have to ambitious in some ways. That is the deception of these so-called motivational videos. They are trying to get people to be more ambitious, more competitive, more cunning. Now, if I say this to a Westerner he might look at me and say: "Do you not ambitions yourself? Are you not as competitive as the rest of us?" In this world, competition is really hard to escape from. To get bread, you have to be in some sort of competition whether you want to be or not. I am going to sound kind of arrogant when I say this, but the difference between me and other people is that I have more awareness of this competitive energy. Because I put meditation first, I can never be controlled by competition. I already know competition is an illusion; however, the rest of the population see competition as reality! On top of that, they are willing to sacrifice friends, family in order to reach success. In other words, love is no longer important in their lives; success is, ambition is. That is where "duties" or "responsibilities" comes along. Speaking of duty, I once watched one of Osho's lecture. He mentioned that the word 'duty' is one of the most dirtiest words ever. He even discourage people from doing anything out of responsibility because doing so is not really from the heart, it's from reluctance. Anything you do should be out of love. I see it the same way. Any action performed only toward success. Someone who truly knows the know do not refrain from things like alcohol, drugs, television, or whatever by sacrifice. He refrains from it because he truly does not want to be a part of any of these energy draining activities. He will live a balanced life, which is the ultimate way of life.

Friday, June 24, 2016

New music; Go

My Confession

Hello, it has been a very long time since I wrote on this blog. I am writing this in response to one of Sifu Freddie Lee's video on why you should let children play video games. The video definitely resonate with me because that is the only to get the video game out the child's system. I grew up playing the first Nintendo console that came out! Yes, I had Super Mario Bros. I then played Super Nintendo and then Nintendo 64. The last Nintendo console I own was the Nintendo Gamecube. Honestly, I believe the Nintendo GameCube is the best Nintendo Console so far. It is much more fun, and there were tons of sound games than the Nintendo Wii. After the Nintendo Gamecube, I switch to the PS3. Currently, I am playing Sniper Elite V2. I like shooting games in third person mode although the first person mode is more realistic. In sniper elite, the sniping is a little bit more complicated because you have to take into account the direction of the wind and all that stuff. To me, that makes it more realistic that a lot of shooting games out there. I am sure there are continuing with the series and I would love to own them. I have not been playing PS3 since I am taking classes this summer. That will decrease your concentration in school.. At least that is what I experienced.
Also, in this video, if I remember correctly he said something about competition that I feel that it makes sense to me too. The only way for an individual to stop being competitive is to let him compete. You see if he competes too much, he will naturally be sick of it. Now in terms of combative techniques, I am not competitive at all. I feel that sparring is learning about which techniques work for you; you shouldn't try to beat down somebody to make yourself feel better. However, in sports, I am afraid I can get really competitive. Every time I mess up, it angers me because I tried to be so perfect. I am still trying to understand the root of this problem but I cannot. When I lose badly, it aggravates me even more. Maybe going pro is not such a bad idea for me. Maybe I will get to a point where I do not ever desire to compete within my favorite sport. Of course, my older brother would discourage me saying that it is too late for me to become pro. He probably lacks understanding of why I am really doing what I am doing. Other friends of mine encourage to go for it because to them it's never too late to go for what you really want. I feel the same way but to be honest, I am just going for it so that I can get that competitiveness out of my system. That way, I probably get to the point where I will play it in meditation instead of competition.

Friday, April 29, 2016


I been addicted to soda for long as i remember maybe 10yrs. I get free soda where i work and i basically went through 2liter of mountain dew a day sometimes more. I recently wanted to get off soda for good i havent drank any soda in 4days. I've been getting these heavy headaches from not drinking soda hopefully they stop soon. Thats probably why i still have a lil belly fat is because of it. Im hoping i notice improvement in next couple weeks it will help motivate me to stop all together. I also cut out all fried foods and im trying to eat lean meats and snacks like chips i eat sunchips. My main course every day is rice and chicken which i herd some good things about it my friend said it will get you built so hopefully all this packed meals i do help. this is poorly written out lol but im in a hurry and lazy.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Poetry: My thoughts on the recent MMA related incident

I see that an MMA fighter died in a match recently, so what
He readied himself up for the fight with confidence that he was gonna kick some butt
instead his body is in a morgue waiting to be buried six feet deep
because he thought his skills was sufficient enough to put his opponent to sleep

look at him now, dead in the dirt
all because he considered himself indestructible with that tapout shirt
Hope he didn't have a child for their feelings will be severely hurt
without a father they will be helpless like a thirsty man stuck in the dessert

Let this be a lesson towards fans of MMA
you will not always have a chance to fight another day
having to beat the living nightmare out of my opponent is not a game I'm willing to play
it's best to just abandon this combat sport & find another way

This corrupted method of competition is way to difficult to ignore
making money at the expense of someone's life is evil to the core
just another way for the rich to slowly but surely eradicate the poor
such despicable behavior should not be encouraged anymore

how many more cage fighting related deaths will it take for masses to realize the ugly truth?
cage fighting is a marketing ploy intended to cause chaos among the youth
& the death of this MMA fighter is the undeniable proof
yet the diehard cage fighter fanboys minds remain aloof

All parents need to stop letting their children watch this violent combat sport on TV
by doing so you're setting them free
without the ground & pound nonsense they can live their lives with glee
& not be in a tombstone at an early age being mourned by their family

you people for the sake of your lives better wake up
only muscle these degenerate promoters ever moved was their arm when it's time to drink from their favorite cup
deserving the worst of all damnations for their crimes against humanity that they perpetually commit
I'll always speak against corruption in the rhymes that I spit.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Saturday, April 16, 2016

My feedback on the Cage Fighter's Death

I recently watched a video of Freddie sharing his ideas on the death of the cage fighter. I may appear to be very cynical, and maybe Sifu Freddie Lee will kick me out of this blog..or maybe not. That will be up to him. But my respect for Sifu Freddie Lee will never change. Here is how I feel about his death: freaking happy. How many times have we both warned you that this stuff is not good for your body, mind, and soul? About thousands of times isn't it? But no, you chose that path anyway because you think you know better than us and you probably think that makes you more courageous. But guess what? You died. Therefore, I do not feel any sympathy for you whatsoever. I think you guys should keep dying; that way, it will prove me, Sifu Freddie Lee and others right about this sort of activities. That's right keep dying. Some people might say I am sounding like the bad guy here but I am not. You cage fighting fans are the bad guys here because you are the one watching that stuff and enjoying it. Not me! You like to see blood and you like to see people being knocked out. Then when someone die, that's when you think it's messed up? You should be happy about that too and do not tell me you didn't expect someone to die. Come on, you don't think people fighting one another could lead to death!! You are not fooling me here. Not only I stop caring about the cage fighters, I do not even respect how sad you are about fighters death because you will just never learn. So if you really do not support this sort of death, stop watching combat sports all together. It's simple but why would you listen to someone like me? As for the cage fighter who died, I hope you see what I wrote about you. I hope you see how happy I am to write this. See me as an enemy if you like but I am just expressing how I feel right now. If you don't like it, that's your problem.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

New music; Marginal

For this work, i've used some samples from the 'Deus Ex Human Revolution Soundtrack' produced by Michael McCann. I invite you to buy this awesome soundtrack on
(Concerning the samples); All right reserved to Michal McCann

New Music; God

Monday, February 15, 2016

Is survival on the streets really martial arts?

Well I was just thinking, in order to survive one must be willing to do a lot of nasty things. In order to save one's life or to save a loved one. Real street survival and survival in general is nothing pretty or artistic, the  way I see you do what you have to do to survive, maybe that wasn't enough, you die or get badly injured. But usually when we think of martial arts, we think of something artistic, that looks nice and has a flow, but when it comes to surviving in the streets, I don't think that looks pretty or artistic at all. It's just pure violence.

Thoughts on this?

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Freddie your opinion on glock

I was looking to buy a pistol which i already had a 45cal, but i didnt like it so i sold it mostly, because i needed money to move. I was looking into the glock 20 10mm handgun for conceal carry. I was wondering if you ever shot the 10mm if so what is your opinion on it. Also, what is your opinion on other calibers pistols in the glock like the 40sw, 9mm.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Leg progress

I have neglected my legs for years and im glad to finally see how important leg strength is. I just started doing squats over past two months and i could barley do 60lbs which is very weak i know. Todays work out was 100lb squats which i did 5 reps, then i went to 80lbs and did 5reps, then i went to 60lbs and did two sets of 5reps. I later did 30lb leg curls for 25 reps, 40lb for 15reps, and 45lb for 8reps. Then i did some foot work for around 30 to 45mins dont remember the exact time. I hope to be able to squat my bodyweight of 160 before summer gets here and i have completely stoped stretching so i can achieve my results sooner. If anyone on this blog reads this please dont skip leg day and be a weakling like me lol wish i had realized this much sooner in life i was so obsessed with high kicks now im suffering with chicken legs lmbo.