“No one engaged in warfare entangles himself with the affairs of this life, that he may please him who enlisted him as a soldier. And also if anyone competes in athletics, he is not crowned unless he competes according to the rules.” 2 Timothy 2:4-5
We are currently sharing with you several “Rules of Three” that are part of training in Grace Martial Arts.
You can look at previous Rules here:
- Rule One
- Rule Two
- Rule Three
- Rule Four
- Rule Five
- Rule Six
- Rule Seven
- Rule Eight
- Rule Nine
- Rule Ten
- Rule Eleven
- Rule Twelve
- Rule Thirteen
- Rule Fourteen
“All the joints of the body move together. We should take notice of these three steps:
1. Boxing requires movement, but first the internal requires stillness.
2. To defeat the enemy requires strength, but first the internal requires softness.
3. Fighting requires speed, but first the internal requires slowness.
These steps: stillness, softness and slowness are all the joints of the body moving together.” The Chinese Five Word Song, Verse 92
We hope you have found this series about Three Rules For Self Defense helpful. If so, please share with a friend and let us know if you are interested in Grace Martial Arts training. We have classes available in Alabama (Huntsville) and Florida (Tampa area, Bradenton and Sarasota). You can contact us at email@example.com.
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