It is funny how things turn out. To some it is a hobby, to others a means of staying in shape, and then there are the ones that make it a life time endeavor. No matter where your brother was at, he may come back in time. But, until then, he in a way was instrumental in showing you the way.Nothing in particular, just wanted to be more like my brother who had been taking classes.
Now, he no longer practices at all, while I do, go figure.
Heya everybody, I'm Chris and I for the most part I didn't have a 1st thing I wanted to learn. For me what I was looking for was something to do, mental clarity and to prove to myself I could do this and keep up with it. So far I'm new only been doing this for basically 3-4 weeks. I typically hit class 3 times a week.
I wanted to learn how to fight like Bruce Lee. Luckily my dad was into the books and not the movies lol!!!
Flow, i wanted to move like a martial artist ... still not there though ... a long journey
|I seen a Martial Art demonstration, when I was 7. There have been tons of gifted people presenting kata, self defense, and choreographed routines. His movements were so sluid, his pace so measured, and his strikes so exact. He embodied control, power, and grace. I always wanted to be able to proceed like that.|
When you started your Martial Arts journey and you were the excited newbie in the class, what was the first thing you wanted to learn. What was it that you just couldn't wait to be shown. A certain kata? A technique? what?
When I started Karate I wanted to learn katas really really bad. I thought they were so cool!