Hell in High Heels

You only see the beauty, never the pain

the reason people fight — 2013/04/29

the reason people fight

As Billie Jean King said, “a champion is afraid of losing, everyone else is afraid of winning.” In a winner’s heart, they aren’t satisfied with being second best; they want to be first place. No one wants to be ordinary; it is our nature to strive to be awesome.

People fight for every reason out there. Some fight because of bad reasons while others fight for good ones. They fight to regain control that was taken from them as kids, or they fight to prove themselves to others. Some people fight to hurt others and thereby take out their frustrations, while in grappling you can do the same things in searching for submissions and not beating the guy bloody. The reasons people fight vary as much as the weather and are defined by the person and life experiences of the person. MMA or any fighting arena is a great outlet for people who came from bad pasts or just has some things to get off their chests.


the cuts that might kill — 2013/04/16

the cuts that might kill

have you ever had a paper cut on the back of your hand? you know what i’m talking about. the one where it’s not quite deep enough to bleed yet it hurts like all hell. you want to scream and cry… to make the alibi and you know nothing will ever be alright. they tell you hush child… it’ll be alright… and you just look at them. they know nothing right. they have never had a paper cut on the back of their hand, have they? they’ve never had a wound so deep it can not, would not, bleed. they know nothing of the pain you’re in. but one day… someone will find out. someone will learn whether it’s the easy way… or the hard way… you don’t care… and you shouldn’t.. .take care of yourself now, kid… no one else is going to

Don’t give them the pleasure — 2013/04/14

Don’t give them the pleasure

In any new sport there is a learning curve, wherein one learns concepts really fast and easy for a bit, and then the lessons get extremely hard. For some this leads to training fatigue, causing the m to stop training or learning altogether. One way to avoid training fatigue is be put through tests to challenge your knowledge, or you might be personally mentored to ensure your knowledge of the skillsets. Therefore as Julia Child said, you should find something you are passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it. This will enable the fighter to push through pain and fatigue and get to their goals.

“When you want to give up, just think of all the individuals who would love to see you fail. Don’t give them the pleasure.” In certain disciplines this is doubly essential, if working in a lab setting and are unfamiliar with how a pipette works, this could hamper one’s ability to perform basic techniques. Therefore a person will often shadow another until they feel confident in their own right, then they will be let loose after their ability has been double checked.

It is the same with MMA, if a person is not safe on their feet they can get hurt, or hurt others, and they need to grasp the basic skills before being thrust into the more complex intricacies of the sport. The artist should be completely comfortable in their own skin on the mat before they try to tackle new moves with other people. Drilling the moves and watching the example of people who know the drills helps tremendously. It allows the learner to gauge whether or not they are retaining the correct knowledge in doing the moves and avoid injury.

When you want to quit, think of the people who want to see you fail. Don't give them the pleasure.
When you want to quit, think of the people who want to see you fail. Don’t give them the pleasure.
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