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get bigger sweatpants
I just checked those out and they are way expensive. seems like kswiss is a little greedy. haha
the first ariakes, went up 5 dollars too. so now they are 105 dollars. I am personally gonna stick with the KO's. only 40 bucks!
see if someone has an old picnic bench to give to you, maybe a relative, I live way out in the middle of farm country in the middle of nowhere like 15 minutes away from the closest town (that's a really small town anyways) and so I have no choice but to be as creative as possible, I use the lines on the sidewalks for precisions, I have a small wooden retaining wall about 4 feet high I can practice cat leaps and wall climbs and I got an old picnic table from my aunt, as well as training in the nearby forest on all the natural obstacles and just practicing my rolls in the grass progressing slowly to carpeted concrete and then concrete itself, I even practice cats on a window-seal in my basement and i found an old desk to practice for indoors during the winter times.
Just try to be as creative as possible, aside from movements there are literally hundreds of conditioning exercises you could do in nothing but a small room with no equipment or machines to prepare you for when you do finally get out of the house. I have had the problem of having nowhere to train the whole time I have been training but I have learned to adapt. Sometimes I feel like I'm a caged animal like I just wanna get out and run free and climb on everything lol. So when I finally do get out into the city I don't even know what to do with myself because there are so many obstacles its like being released out of prison haha.
he but ya i'm fro hawaii and idk wea to go and train its sad man cuz i rilly wana train but i live all the way in waianae and wen i go in to town idk wea to go. So if there is any one from hawaii that can help me that will be a good help thanx.
there's no such thing as true freedom. you will always have to abide by the rules of gravity and physics. you need discipline to be able to thoroughly understand these rules, so that you may break them properly. thats really honestly what we practice all day long. every time you do a wall run or a roll, you are experimenting with physics and learning a little more each time (or you should be, ideally). we give ourselves freedom form social constraints by understanding what our body can do, this lets us understand there is more opportunity out there than sidewalks. it opens your mind to realize the big picture. a side walk leading to a wall run become two shapes. two paths, not one leading to a blockade. once you realize everything you were ever told has more than one side, life starts to look different.This ^
in buddhsim you are supposed to discipline yourself and let go of worldly desires and basically anything material all in the pursuit of freedom from the constraints we are born into. it takes a lot of effort to leave all that you have known from your were born, until now, behind. they do it all to have a clear mind and be one with their surroundings.
we do a lot of the same thing. we practice our movements and one day we get so good our mind goes blank. we react to our environment changing around us, instead of using what suits us, we suit our environment. it takes practice and lots of it to get to this point. you have to be mentally and physically prepared for anything.
i have a tendency to babble but, thats the way i see this whole "disciplined freedom" thing. its a two part process. first discipline, then you have freedom.