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Posted by modern-arnis on February 4, 2011 at 1:08 PM Comments comments (3)

An important topic, not just in the martial arts, but in life also, a simple definition of focus could be, doing one thing at a time, or paying attention to one object, situation, task, etc. at a time. Focus can be difficult for many to achieve. I have personally had problems with focus in the past, especially before my martial arts training began. In school, I would not pay attention to the teacher or pay much worth to studying and the results were of course, not very good. But, since I star...

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Posted by modern-arnis on November 26, 2010 at 8:17 PM Comments comments (1)

 Everyone experiences it. It is a natural part of what makes us who we are, but how we react to the stimulus, shows if we are in control of ourselves or need to seek deeper training.

One of my favorite sayings go like this, “The only person you can ever hope to control is yourself” This is pure truth. You cannot control the person who is rude to you, or cuts you off while driving, or is impatient waiting for you to complete a task at work, etc… But YOU CAN contro...

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Posted by modern-arnis on October 23, 2010 at 8:49 PM Comments comments (1)

An easy word to say, but sometimes very difficult to achieve. Often people seek happiness or fullfillment from outside sources, like marterial goods or other people. They may also try finding it through the use of drugs or violence. In my experiences, I've found that the only true source of happiness comes from within. Manys years as a youth, i struggled with self asteem. I was never very fond of myself. I was always searching for other means to make me happy or to feel of worth. It has taken...

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Posted by modern-arnis on September 4, 2010 at 10:28 PM Comments comments (0)

For my first of maybe only one blog is the idea of training.


We all know that with anything that we want a better understanding of, we must first begin to study the subject.

We read books, study videos, seek out a teacher, etc... But for us to truly grasp any subject, we must eventually practice it through repitition.

For instance, in my Pathagenic microbiology class for me to understand the process of how a virus can infect a cell. I need to study, read and q...

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