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is 25 too late to learn a martial art?
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[quote:BRIEF:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMjI0X0ZCQzAzREQy] [quote:SaveUSa:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMTIzXzY3RTIxNjI4] [quote:BRIEF:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMDMxXzkxMzUyQzcy] [quote:SaveUSa:MV8yMDk2ODE1XzM1MzExMDA1X0JENzVCQkE4] I helped a 75-year old grandmother earn her black belt in my younger days. It took her several years to get there, but she definitely earned it. She could break a 1" thick hardwood plank by the time she was awarded the belt, and was quite effective in most other areas. In short, anyone can do just about anything they set their mind on. You just need to be thoughtful, deliberate and persistent in your approach. [/quote] Hardwood, like Oak, or do you mean pine? [/quote] Oak [/quote] 1" thick oak board, I'd like to see that...pallets are made of much smaller planks of oak and you damn near need a nail gun to penetrate them... [/quote]
seems like everyone started while they were a kid
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