WARNING. THIS ARTICLE IS WRITTEN BY AN 18 YEAR OLD TEENAGER.
ADVANCE WITH YOUR OWN DISCRETION.
First and foremost I would like to apologise for the sensitive nature of this topic, within its context of being written by a youth who is equally just as fuelled with hormones and inclined towards social networks. And endless threads of cats on tumblr. So, without further ado I will plummet into a discussion (held mostly with myself) in regards to the 4 clashing words of the title. *gulp*
Life. To some it's one of the biggest questions and mysteries; our very existence. Why are we here? For how long? Is life just a game? In this below-amateur article I aim to make you think and contemplate on our existence, is there more than just waking up, going to work, eating, sleeping, breeding and then repeating it all over again with no greater purpose?
Ah, we've all been there some time in our life, wondering which was the 'ultimate' Martial Art to take up; usually our choice influenced by some awesome (or not) recently watched Martial Arts film, (although to someone who previously had no knowledge of marital arts it's all the same, and most probably went to the wrong martial arts class. Believe me, I've seen this happen). It's probably one of the most asked questions in the field of sports and recreational hobbies. So, what is the best martial art(s) to practise? Whether you're completely new to martial arts or just want to read something related to your interests lets read on to find out...
If you've ever heard of Bruce Lee, the likelihood is you've also heard of 'Nunchaku' (Or more commonly known as Nunchucks in the west) Being one of the most popular Martial Art weapons you may be wondering how they are used (if you don't already know that is) From my usage of Nunchaku I can tell you that there are no more than three ways of them being used as follows: (P.S. This isn't meant to be a tutorial, it's just to give you a brief idea of how they are used)