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How Long Does it Take to Get a Black Belt?

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Submitted by Shun Shifu Weaver on Mon, 10/12/2015 - 15:46

One of the most common questions is the wrong question.

Listen to the answer here in the latest Sheng Chi Podcast episode

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Shun Shifu Weaver,
That's great subject, Ive just started my 43 year in the Martial Arts, and your right this is good subject, I think that the online watcher is more intent, because they want to be part of the class and your class makes us feel right at home and part of the class and we want to make you proud of us, that's why and even though I didn't test for my yellow belt yet, I try to catch every taping and I want to give credit you and your staff, it takes a lot of hard work to put this together, we all are very, very thankful for that you do this for us, well I gotta to go.
Yours in Christ
GM Dave Spangler KU-DAN

David E. Spangler

This is my second time I have listened and it made me think a lot. It is such a good teaching about the was we as students should feel this fighting art in order to absorb the main principles since the beginning of our learning curve.In order to get the unconsciously skilled state of any weapon we are taught, we students, might have to keep a constant internal visualization of our body position during our stance, movement and throwing the weapon to find out every little weakness or not appropriate position of our body at every single movement. Thanks for the lecture and the chance to keep learning the inside philosophy of Shou Shu. Richard Canthom