My husband is a black belt at Judo, and hasn’t practiced it in over 40 years, but still loves the sport, and follows the masters. He makes up his own stickers to go on the car, but every time it goes through the carwash, he has to make a new one. 137 more words
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A new year has begun, and with it, I keep learning to let go, inside a culture where tradition keeps a cyclical concept of time. I mix my own occidental ideas and comprehend that, while time is relative, things come and go; a new year is a great excuse for a new beginning. 366 more words
A new Heretics podcast episode is up that covers martial arts – specifically Mongolian Wrestling – which I thought you might like.
We cover Mongolian wrestling, culture, writing, language, rivalry with the Chinese, wrestling techniques, Sumo, the three ‘manly’ arts (which are also practiced by women) and female wrestlers. 132 more words
Searching for after school activities can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
Judo, which is a Japanese martial art that literally means, “the way of gentleness” after combining the “ju”and “do.” The sport utilizes both the mind and body and provides ideal training for children and adults of all ages. 90 more words