Evolution Through Martial Arts
An interesting thing to think about,
when you do martial arts,
is how much you are evolving.
If you do a form
you might be doing a certain number of squats
by doing the horse stance,
a certain number of lunges
by doing front stances,
and so on.
This is all physical.
You get in better shape through
the simplicity of body weight exercises.
But what about the spirit?
How do you measure the progress of the spirit?
there is a way to measure your spiritual evolution
through the martial arts.
What does a white belt have?
hopes and dreams,
not much discipline,
What does a green belt have?
a bare understanding of movements.
What does a brown belt have?
better understanding of movements
What does a black belt have?
He understands the movements
and he has control.
Control is so-o-o much more important than power.
What does a master have?
His techniques are so polished
he can do them without muscle.
He knows what is happening
without having to think about it.
So what is the difference between these ranks?
And…the number of times they have done their forms/techniques.
The number of times you have done a technique
is the most important thing here.
So you go to class,
two hours a week
for a year.
You make it to green belt
and you have some understanding of what you have done,
and you have done the forms ten times a week for a year,
or 500 times.
You go for brown belt,
you practice for another year,
and you have done the forms 1000 times.
You go for black belt,
practice for another year
A few years pass,
let’s say ten,
you make it to 4th degree black belt
add them up at 500 a year…
But what if you did the 6,500 forms in one year.
Would you be a master?
You might have the wisdom,
you probably need a bit more physical work,
If you could do 6,500 form in one year,
you could cut 12 years off the runway.
most people practice inadequate forms.
dictate that they will go slowly
no matter how much they practice.
But what if you had perfect forms,
that condensed the material of the random motions
that make up the classical forms?
What if you had a form that focused
only on the true and correct technique,
and was totally logical?
Would you have to do the forms 6,500 times?
if the forms were ten times better,
could you just do the forms 650 times?
Interesting question, eh?
With an interesting answer.
after selling matrixing course,
specifically Matrix Karate and
The Master Instructor Course,
I have seen that people have a rough time with this idea.
They think it takes 13 years,
because some bozo who wants to make money off them
tells them so.
But if this idea was correct
we would have no rock and roll.
Takes too long to master the guitar,
If this idea was correct
we would have no army.
Takes too long to make a soldier,
If this idea was correct
we would still be cavemen,
and scratching our armpits.
But the idea is correct.
Kids pick up the guitar today,
and next year are rock and roll stars.
Young men are given weapons,
and go into combat a few months later.
We aren’t cavemen.
we have to give up the idea
that learning is slow.
If learning was slow
we would still be children!
You can learn the martial arts fast.
And you have to.
It is a dangerous world,
a government in love with abuse…
you have to learn fast.
Here are the fastest, best, most logical martial arts courses in the world…
All you have to do is scroll down the page,
pick the art that interests you the most,
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the mugger’s head will spin.
Have a great work out!
I have found such tremendous benefit in my study of Matrix Karate that I want to dig deeper and deeper. It’s only been a few weeks, but the forms flow so easily; it’s like Matrix Martial Arts are the way the body is SUPPOSED to work. I love it! ~ Ryan O
“Those who are unaware they are walking in darkness will never seek the light.”
– Bruce Lee