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Muay Thai

Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand, it represents not only the passion and culture of the Thai people but also the tenacity and pure toughness, both mental and physical.   1,046 more words


Week 18: Kinship and other things


As I mentioned last week, my new book Hygge the danish art of living, this book has been great and I have nearly finished it, I would highly recommend it to anyone who would like some advice on living and being content in life. 680 more words

Aya's Mirage

Aya’s Mirage [アヤ蜃気楼] () is a short “anime inspired action film” directed by Taj L. Cooper for Studio TC. Story by Sachiko Ishida. Fight choreography by Terry Tanaie. 77 more words

Short Films

Zom Fu = #677 in Wattpad Horror

Hey 3.5 readers.

Your old pal BQB here.

Check it out.  Zom Fu is #677 in Wattpad Horror:

If you’re a Wattpadder, maybe consider giving it a vote, or a comment, or some feedback on how I can make it better.   29 more words


Heart of a Warrior

Welcome to another edition of Martial Arts Sunday, where it is all about martial arts every Sunday. Today, we will be looking at the ferocious martial art known across the globe as Jiu-Jitsu. 41 more words

Martial Arts

Open Mat

Today I went to open mat, it was a two-hour session and, even though my body feels broken down and tired, I feel brilliant. It’s good to use that time to practice what you’ve learned throughout the week, and because you’ll have to roll with a lot of different body types as well, it means that you have to approach each roll very differently. 457 more words


Go Billy. Train hard.

I’ve always loved film and stories.  One of the things I like best about the Haidong Gumdo forms is that you can tell as story with them: first to yourself to make the form come alive, and then to the audience through the repetitions of your art. 808 more words