Bruce7 Jul 15, 2019
Excellent article. Very true. Very well written.

My master fought in the Korean War. So hitting us hard was not uncommon, just to edge of breaking a bone.
A bloody nose was not uncommon during sparring. We could take a punch or kick and keep on fighting.
IMO this training could save your life. It is also true, you may never have need to use that training.
IMO this is the reality of the real world.

Today my grandson in a padded human body suit and is not allow to hit much harder than a touch.
When the kids accidentally get hit with just a little force, they just stop.
This training is good to help kids develop physically and they seem happy.
IMO this is the reality is best describe of as an activity reality.