10 May, 2010

Isn't that Shark Bite da da?


First of all - I'm going to try to put more visual aids in my blog. I'm taking note of other bloggers and how visually appealing their sites are....


I was watching the movie Fighting - circa 2009. With Terrance Howard (Hustle and Flow) and Channing Tatum (Step Up). It's basically about a small town kid in a big city looking to make a little money. He gets caught up in something bigger than himself, falls in love and makes good at the end. You know, the typical teenager movie plot. Come to think of it, it is Step Up but instead of dancing, it is bare-knuckle fighting. Anyhow - there is a scene where Tatum's character is paid to fight a character in the middle of a Chinatown joint. The fighter in China-town is Cung Le! Cung looks great in the movie. So of course, the movie is all about the stand-up - punching and being punched - but Cung takes Tatum's character to the ground. At that moment, my kids say - "Isn't that Shark Bite da da?"
A reminder - me and my kids are doing Gracie's Bullyproof. They recognized Shark Bite (trap and roll escape from under mount) from the Bullyproof lessons. It wasn't quite mount in the movie - but who cares! My kids are AWESOME. They also saw Guard Monster - Le had Tatum in Guard and was attempting a triangle. They were amazed that these guys on TV were playing the Gracie Bullyproof games!
I loved it. My two kids recognizing Jits.

2 comments:

  1. Got my Bullyproof set but was only able to watch the Parent DVD. Very informational and a lot of their theories can be applied to General Parenting and not just the Bullyproof lessons!

    The girls are excited to start though!

    Thanks again!

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  2. That is AWESOME! My kids never want to stop. And that is saying something for a 5 year old and 7 year old. The lessons are so flexible and Ryron and Rener really teach the parent how to understand how to challenge the kids when they are it different levels. Let me know how it goes.

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