I began breaking boards and red bricks in the standard Karate style way, with lifting one end up before the impact. Making sure with boards to have the grain going along the width not the length, and shouting a very loud Japanese Kiai (thought by many to be the actual physical manifestation of the all elusive internal Chinese Chi before impact), I would practice diligently. To many, this would be the goal not the beginning. Breaking these things bare-handed, was, my practice heavy bag, or wooden makiwara.
The atmosphere under the floorboards was like a murky soup and nothing came into clear focus. Any movement became slow and cumbersome. Although there was enough light to see by, it seemed to be more like twilight. Everything was shrouded in a thick fog that coated even the very souls of its inhabitants. One soon got used to the strange, new…
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