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  1. Check you batch numbers https://rumble.com/v230jdk-australian-covid-released.html
  2. I'm glad Also correction, the Shaolin Temple I study with is actually in Europe. Apologies
  3. Nah, my trainer is a life long Taekwondo world champion in her 60s and still extremely fit and flexible, head kicks and still winning tournaments. Granted I do 4 classes a week plus weight training, yoga, pilates and Qigong which all help in conditioning and strengthening the body for Taekwondo. I have gone from being a regular chick to being a very fit athletic middle aged weapon in the best health of my life. If you are willing to put the work in, be disciplined you will get the results you want. I can chase down, catch and take down my 6ft grandson and I am only a 5ft 55kg woman. The only thing I severely lack in in ground tactics. I only did maybe 2 year of Jui Jitsu a few years back. I really want to get more lethal with ground grappling, because at the moment, I am pretty fly with weapons, kicks, hand techniques, throws..... but if a big guy got me on the ground, I am in trouble. My club does Judo, so thinking I might start that this year.
  4. I took Taekwondo up in my early 40s. And now Just completed my first black belt test. I took a truck load of work, dedication, conditioning and now can kick lethal at head height. Which is pretty awesome for a chick of my vintage. But in honesty, head kicks look pretty, but if my life were on the line I would be sinking some powerful kick combos alot lower. If you put the work in, have the right mindset, anything is possible. And don't be affraid of getting hurt or injured. I always have some injury meh they heal.
  5. I currently do Taekwondo, Tuekoomoosol, Haidong Gumdo and Korean archery. I started in my early 40s with MMA and Shaolin Kempo. Also did a little Karate, but gave that away as it was messing with my Taekwondo which I compete in. I would recommend finding a reputable dojo that isn't just a fight club but also teaches the Eastern spiritual aspects as well. Martial Arts is meant to be a wholistic lifestyle choice. I study with a shaolin monk in the USA online too. I balance my training with Qigong which is like tai chi. A way of moving purposely in meditation helps you gain Mastery over the mind as well as promoting health. Learning to be a peaceful but lethal person has changed my life. A warriors mindset is essential for these times I feel. I wish you a good journey of knowledge and self discovery
  6. Considering you were married to a freemason and your father was one, I am surprised you are unaware of the womens branch of Freemasonry.
  7. https://rumble.com/v1mszqu-are-the-kids-ok.html
  8. Wow, I couldn't watch the video. Just reading was enough for me. The cruelty is astounding and inhuman. I can't fathom how these staff can go home and sleep at night knowing their vile treatment of humanity. This is not just toxic culture, it is sick. The truely mentally ill are the staff!
  9. Wonder what is really going on in this hospital, certainly not health based
  10. Looks like a gloss over of selective true events that continue today.
  11. One of the vaxed teens at training has something similar on his face. His parents and ge clearly think it is just acne. But it looks like sores all over his face. A quad vaxed friend has red patches all over her skin, a large number look like ringworm.
  12. What the hell!!! Is that some kind of pox?
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