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10-02-2019, 03:37 PM
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10-02-2019, 03:39 PM
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10-03-2019, 03:37 AM
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watched this on Netflix and really enjoyed it:



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10-03-2019, 04:26 AM
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Just finished my walkabout as recommended by Lifestyle Coach Karasu in his book "Walking for Fitness and the Ultimate Lemur-like Physique".

Doing my stretching routine now;



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10-03-2019, 07:58 AM
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10-03-2019, 09:20 AM
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^^lmao
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10-03-2019, 09:24 AM
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I still like to tone my upper body with some weights while keeping my lemur-like physique.

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10-03-2019, 11:09 AM
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(10-03-2019 09:24 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
I still like to tone my upper body with some weights while keeping my lemur-like physique.

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do you also partake in weighted squatting activities? I avoid them! I don't know how this "leg-day" thing is still being promoted among men in this day of skinny-jeans return to the timeless trim-fit handsome standard
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10-03-2019, 11:12 AM
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I do deep knee bends with my bodyweight only. I do them two or three times per week. I don't use weights for that.
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10-03-2019, 11:59 AM
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(10-03-2019 11:12 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
I do deep knee bends with my bodyweight only. I do them two or three times per week. I don't use weights for that.

I do some body-squat for mobility, not too many reps, just like one or two sets of 5-to-12 as part of a stretching routine to maintain movement function.

It's always good to maintain the movement so that if/when some LOWborn tough tries to take a swing then you can bend the knees to protect your brain for book-reading and make a crafty escape!

Dancing is also good tai-sabaki training. I often put on some 80s tunes and dance about the house when I am doing some chores like cleaning or folding laundry, making the bed each morning, and so on.
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10-03-2019, 12:07 PM
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Ryukyu Oke Hiden Bujutsu

The great Okinawan master of Ryukyu Oke Hiden Bujutsu, the Okinawan royal family secret traditional martial art, Seikichi Uehara said that the secrete of his martial art was in simple walking. People would watch his walk and not notice anything amazing until he applied his walk to his martial art and then he was seen as incredible.

Masaaki Hatsumi is known for his walking training, though it is unsung in the states by many practitioners of his system. But in the past, practitioners of Ninjutsu considered the art of walking, very important.

According to the books of Seiko Fujita, Soke of Wada Ha Koga Ryu Ninjutsu and Namban Satto Ryu Kempo, there were three methods of training essential to the development of a Ninjutsuka, as he would refer to Ninjutsu practitioners at times.

The three arts were, Hokojutsu, Choyakujutsu, and Onshinjutsu. This article will be about the first of those arts, Hokojutsu, the art of walking.


Hokojutsu

The art of walking dealt with the basic idea of walking....... Hokojutsu in Kiyojute Ryu Kempo Bugei is a branch of an overall health walking art literally written with two Kanji that are pronounced Kempo. The idea of this is to remind the Kiyojute Ryu Kempoka that everything they do is a part of their Kempo, fist law. To practice the art of walking a Kempoka begins with Ayumi Ashi, which could be translated as regular walking

To prepare and keep the body ready and healthy for all martial arts skills, but most especially the various forms of walking and running taught in the manner used by scouts and espionage agents, the Kempoka should try to practice daily the regular walking.....-----


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10-03-2019, 12:09 PM (This post was last modified: 10-03-2019 12:39 PM by pilgrim.)
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(10-03-2019 11:59 AM)karasu Wrote:  
(10-03-2019 11:12 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
I do deep knee bends with my bodyweight only. I do them two or three times per week. I don't use weights for that.

I do some body-squat for mobility, not too many reps, just like one or two sets of 5-to-12 as part of a stretching routine to maintain movement function.

It's always good to maintain the movement so that if/when some LOWborn tough tries to take a swing then you can bend the knees to protect your brain for book-reading and make a crafty escape!

Dancing is also good tai-sabaki training. I often put on some 80s tunes and dance about the house when I am doing some chores like cleaning or folding laundry, making the bed each morning, and so on.

I don't overdo it either. 2 or 3 sets of 10 reps. Mainly to keep my whole body tuned up. Keeps us healthier longer.

I don't overdo it with the weights for my upper body either. I do some work with dumbells and use stretch cables for resistance. I'm not interested in getting big, only toned.
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10-04-2019, 12:53 PM (This post was last modified: 10-04-2019 12:54 PM by pilgrim.)
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I was a bit tired today so I took the day off from my exercise routine. I've got a long walkabout planned for tomorrow. I need to keep stretching the distance and keep that lemur-like shape!

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10-04-2019, 01:43 PM
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(10-04-2019 12:53 PM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
I was a bit tired today so I took the day off from my exercise routine. I've got a long walkabout planned for tomorrow. I need to keep stretching the distance and keep that lemur-like shape!

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it's good to listen to the body, it tells us what it needs


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10-04-2019, 01:48 PM
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Agreed. Years ago when I used to do a lot of distance running, I would start my morning by checking my heart rate. When my heart rate was more than 10% above normal I knew that was a day that I needed to rest so I didn't run that day.
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