Fact, it is not watered down, it is intensified…because it is pure. Toss out the influences of the other arts, and you have one of the deadliest arts possible.
Fact, while there is a fighting art in the course, the true thrust of the material is towards presenting a method for analyzing all arts.
You see, you can make any art pure, and make any art deadly, if you toss out all the bushwah, poser crap and concentrate on distilling motion into the most logical format possible.
Yes, there is Karate, but Matrix refers to a mathematical grid which you use to plot all motion.
Thus, you can use the matrix on any art, make any art pure, and, BTW, ten times easier to learn.
Think about it this way…if you wanted to direct a fellow to a specific restaurant in New York, would you have him memorize a painting? Or would you write specific directions having to do with the exact streets he has to take to get there?
The fellow who is learning the martial arts today is memorizing paintings. The Matrixer is learning explicit directions which are exact and precise.
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