Saturday, March 3, 2012

Dat Shit Crazy Moose!

Taken at Power House Gym in Bayside, NY. Just a one-minute warm up before getting my ass kicked by my personal trainer, Anthony Enzo Musso. Yo, Moose! Thanks for kicking my ass!



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  2. My Sensei and I went over this clip together. My technique is sloppy. I need to turn my hips over and pivot on the ball of my back foot for maximum power on those kicks. Hand techniques are clean and sharp. Next time I will throw some more hand techniques in to mix it up a little. Martial Arts is all about the journey. Perfection only comes with hard work and an Indomitable Spirit.

    Osu!

    James M. Weil

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