The Growth of Delusional McMartial Arts:”No Touch” Master Exposed by Real Martial Artist

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With the increased popularity of martial arts due to certain stereotypes and pop culture, there will always be people looking to cash out. Fighting ability is a prized ability that many people yearn for, and would never refuse it if offered. Martial Arts builds discipline, fitness, self confidence, and maybe self defense. I say maybe because of the increasingly large presence of Mcdojos, and even McMartial Arts, where the people instructing it are quacks and are nowhere close to qualified to teach it. It’s a problem when 10 year old kids start getting black belts.

No Touch is the art of using your chi to form a shield around you, which prevents your opponents from hitting you. In 2009, the master of the No Touch Chi Shield invited Alexander (Alex Lee) Litvinenko, who is a martial artist, stuntman, action film actor, to a seminar and demonstration. Alex Lee holds many black black belts in different disciplines and has competed in Kickboxing and Tae kwon do.

For those who are just looking to finance their lavish lifestyles by making phony self defense magic tricks, only those who are delusional would actually believe that it is real. Such was the case for the No Touch master who hosted the seminar.

 
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