My Week in Stick Chicktivity - 03/15/19
Here in Kansas City, at least, Spring has sprung!
My new schedule means I'm back in the Kansas City Presas Arnis Meetup on Sundays, and that started over the weekend.
We covered all of the classical strikes - ocho-ocho, banda y banda, abaniko, up and down, rompida. I brought my "big sticks" - my bo - for them to hit an perfect their striking form. Very fun, and it was a pretty decent workout too.
Later that night I attended my Sunday night online FMA group, and we learned about Serrada Escrima basics from Carlito Bonjoc. VERY informative session!
Monday: Five (Cheap) Things You Can Do to Help Your Martial Arts School
Tuesday: My computer was a JERK - no post. 😒
Wednesday: Six "S" Attributes of Successful Martial Artists (guest post!)
Thursday: 4 Myths About the Martial Arts (Non-Martial Artists and Newbies Believe)
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OTHER NEATO BURRITO STUFF
My teacher, Mark Lynn, and my husband, Mr. Chick, were promoted to Master rank in MiraRada Escrima last weekend, under Grand Master Art Miraflor. I am SO PROUD of them!
You can still get in on the action in this week's Showdown Saturday question: Should martial arts experience go on a professional resume or c.v.? Why or why not?
It won't let me embed it, but THIS VIDEO is a steaming pile of OH GAWDS NO.
This was a great skit, wasn't it? Click on the image to see the whole video.
It's St. Patrick's Day weekend, and in Kansas City, we celebrate all over town (seriously, there's like, four or five parades in town over the next couple of days). I'll be going to Snake Saturday (first time in 13 years). It's one of those times of year that makes me so happy to be back home!
Hope your week was productive!