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    chong is offline Senior Member
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    Default I saw an interview where he discussed it

    According to 'the Rock', the reason he had the surgery was cosmetic, in that he was not satified with his outer pec region.

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    Default If one sets up a mirror....

    the form of whatever happens to be in front of it will be reflected and be seen. As the mirror does this mindlessly, the variuos forms will be seen clearly without any attempt to discriminate this from that. Setting up his whole mind like a mirror, the martial artist will have no intention of discriminating right from wrong, but according to the brightness of his mirror, right from wrong will be percieved without him giving it any thought.

    Takuan Soho
    The Unfettered Mind
    Writngs of the Zen master to the Sword master

    I like that beat zen v. square zen - sounds right to me

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    Default true that...

    I was not saying that 220 was your best weight. That is the same reason I dropped to 215 from 260. I am much faster, more energetic, and much weaker in the weight room. I had to eat all the time and felt like crap. I was just saying that a lean 220 was entirely possible if you are willing to do what it takes for as long as it takes. All athletes have to make that cost/benefit decision. Its all about the price you are willing to pay, and there is nothing wrong with not wanting to pay that price.

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    Default krishnamurti, alan watts, etc, awesome!

    i'm glad that other people on this forum read this kinda stuff. i LOVE krishnamurti. i have some of watts books, including his zen one but i found it very difficult to read, maybe its just me. i've read all of bruce lees books, which is really just watts and krishnamurti summed up, but i feel it's much easier to understand and read. then once i understood what bruce was saying i moved onto watts and krish. i finished joe hyams "zen in martial arts" yesterday, am halfway through "zen flesh, zen bones" and am ordering "johnathan livingston seagull" and i heard that was really good. i'm also about done with a book called "jeet kune do conversations" which is awesome.

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    Default Re: krishnamurti, alan watts, etc, awesome!

    great reading - email if want some suggestions you might like

    bill@movingcenterfitness.com

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    David Whitley, RKC Guest

    Default Re: Yeah, the first scene...

    Haven't seen the film, or much of the Rock for that matter since Scorpin King. He does look a bit smaller now than when i saw him a few years ago. Looks good, he does.

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    Default 6'1" 30" waist indicates that...

    You don't know what the hell you're talking about. FCTs+Squats+DLs will correct that wasp waist, glutes and legs and put on 20# of pure muscle in no time. You're problem is being afraid to lift heavy. Being able to snatch 95# ain't shit in the world of strong people.

    Prana, do you think it's ever possible to get over yourself, the limits you place on yourself and try to inflict on others? Or did you miss that part of the Zen bullshit? Damn, you're a pain in the ass.

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