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    Jacob Schlottke---Gone too soon, and the world is a little less bright because of it. RIP, brother.

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    Yup, busted hand but good

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    Ouch! For those of you with more knowledge than me (the vast majority) on the martial arts; when these guys are going to bust bricks, boards, blocks, watermelons, etc. they always go through the motion over and over. Does that really have an effect, or is it showmanship. Please, after the above video, don't tell me it is to make sure of your aim.

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    I wish the video went on for about 10 more seconds
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    Maxwell Smart would say by spreading his fingers an inch..."Missed it by this much"

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    Ouch! For those of you with more knowledge than me (the vast majority) on the martial arts; when these guys are going to bust bricks, boards, blocks, watermelons, etc. they always go through the motion over and over. Does that really have an effect, or is it showmanship. Please, after the above video, don't tell me it is to make sure of your aim.
    Coach, it has more to do with getting your mind right or centering your chi, getting in focus. However, you want to describe it. Oh course I haven't broken a board or brick for almost 20 years. Like when a kicker practices his kick with an imaginary ball before the actual field goal attempt or a basketball player at the free throw line shooting the free throw with no ball.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke; KR1963 and rpayton




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