Martial arts are a vehicle for developing your human potential.
I love martial-arts movies. I grew up with my dad watching kung-fu theater every Sunday. So it was kind of my thing.
I love the training, learning the stunts, doing them. I love feeling that power - doing things you could never actually do in life - like flying and doing backflips in the air!
I really connected with martial arts. I'd always had a fantasy as a kid of being a ninja warrior, so it definitely answered that sort of need in my psyche, too - a need to be superpowerful.
Rather than go to the gym, I would prefer to do martial arts because the time goes by quicker.
Unfortunately, I don't train enough on an everyday basis to be a black belt, but if I put my mind to it I think I could definitely move very quickly in that world.
When I learn martial arts, my master will have me try a punch for a week and he will keep saying, 'No, you don't have it. No, that's not right.' When he finally says, 'Yes, you did it,' it's a wonderful moment. You worked on it. You got it.
When you're doing martial arts, you feel like you can master certain skills and be so much more in control of who you are, so that really appealed to me.
You know, women are so much cooler than guys because we can do more martial arts. Martial arts are pretty much made for women because we're quicker and we're smaller than men, and so we're faster. You girls really should take martial arts.
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