A few years ago I heard this Japanese quote which says that a long sword and a short sword are equal.
it is certainly that the attitude of combat is that which count along with an adequate strategy adapted to the context in question.
also should be set an well-balanced proportion between mental, technique and physical strength.
the lack of harmony between these three elements may cause the losing of the confrontation.
to some extent, the excesses can lead to quick success, and this term of quick should be understood in its proper terminology, but in general, are harmful on the long term.
for a sporting activity to be sustained lifelong and to be able to ensure one’s fulfillment in terms of resources and energy, in most cases, the middle way is desirable although this excludes the extreme top performance.
because in most cases the extremes actions are ruining the practitioner body, the chosen activity, whatever it is, can not be defined as a lifelong experience.
the readers of this martial art blog should understand that all the technical advices that I have wrote here do not replace the dojo training.
their purpose is meant to highlights the substance of each technique like something that should be considered as a summary.
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