I use a "death" model to organize my content.
Projects and individual items have a life cycle from birth and life, to death and interment. There is also well-defined horror-fantasy terminology for "undeath".
maybe more will be written, but this seems to be good for now.
This is yet another article that sat around as a draft for far too long. I'm pushing it out, it seems alright to me.
The problem with big guys picking on little guys is that the little ones play by different rules.
So when an individual's specific action is threatened, that action is given over to the swarm. The threat turns the snake into a hydra.
Work on the ground (including rolling)
For Groundwork, the floor is honest - it doesn't pretend to be soft because it cares for you. It's feedback is just the truth, an honest reflection of your own actions.
You might be looking for Employment.
Work is the effort of doing, as opposed to thinking. Work is effortful and eventful. It is acting, sparring, moving, living.
What is called work in some martial arts, is considered Kung Fu elsewhere.
Traditional/Simplified Chinese: 太; Pinyin: Tài; literally "grand"
also translated as "supreme"
The "tai" in Taijiquan
A pleated skirt usually worn by black-belt ranked practitioners of Aikido. In some dojo, the hakama is also worn by women of all ranks, and in some dojo by all practitioners.
Short for "quan fa" which means "fist techniques" -- used as a reference to Shaolin Kung Fu arts.
Hoong Ka Kungfu, Wing Choon Kungfu and Pakua Kungfu are known as Hungjiaquan, Yongchunquan and Baguaquan respectively.
The "quan" in Taijiquan.
Just a dumping ground for random words.
Note that there are different languages used, and sometimes words are re-used across languages and might be interpreted quite differently between languages or martial arts within a language. It can get confusing.