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So, got laid off for a couple of weeks last round, used the opportunity to build a movement park at my house. Also did a bunch of Adulting. back to work (at the same place), but my new work schedule means a little less time for cross training at work. But I still get to roll/spar on occasion. Combatives: MACP/BJJ/MMA Striking 3 times a week at work (hopefully), Sunday Fight Club (Gracie Combatives/Krav Maga Worldwide) at home once a week. KMW Daily Curriculum on any days missed. Front Site Post eye training 2-5 minutes with bed time routine (not graded).
Finally healed up. So it's time to ease back into awesome. I was watching Captain America: Civil War last week. I noticed that I could name or understand so many of the moves in the movie, it just ratified my quest. While some of my knowledge is from the academic study of things like professional wrestling, free running, or other demonstration/tricking arts, some of the other things are from real experiences or useful training I've had in my life. Clearly I'm not a real super hero/stuntman, etc. I can't do a dash vault or a cong, I can't do a muscle up. I turn 49 in October, here i
Main Quest: Build and maintain "action guy" abilities in order to be useful in emergencies and keep my man card as I grow older: Combatives/Parkour/Practical Shooting, supported by Functional Fitness. Also some Hollywood Ninja Nerd tricking for no justifiable reason. Note: bodyfat percentage is no where in this goal. Medium Term Quest 1: Monk/Druid: Blue Belt in BJJ, MACP Level 2, Taijutsu 1 Kyu per quarter, occasional MMA Sparing, 3 events per week (eventually Krav Maga level 5) Medium Term Quest 2: Ranger/Warrior: Lower Body: Tactical S&C, Upper Body-Cybergenics push/pull, 3 even