I began breaking boards and red bricks in the standard Karate style way, with lifting one end up before the impact. Making sure with boards to have the grain going along the width not the length, and shouting a very loud Japanese Kiai (thought by many to be the actual physical manifestation of the all elusive internal Chinese Chi before impact), I would practice diligently. To many, this would be the goal not the beginning. Breaking these things bare-handed, was, my practice heavy bag, or wooden makiwara.
|Publisher:||Lee E. Shilo|
|Series:||Diamond Palm Breaking Techniques , #9|
|File size:||189 KB|
About the Author
I live on Vancouver Island, in Victoria, Canada with my loving wife Elisabeth, paranoid cat and crazy dog. I love writing How To's, Dark Poetry, Children Stories, Fantasy/Fiction, Diamond Palm/Iron Palm (brick breaking techniques)and especially (Believe It Or Not) stories. Writing affords me some release of daily frustrations and everyday tensions. I am Semi-Retired and have a wide range of Genre to put into my writing. My life experiences are many, and is reflected in each-and-every story I write.