Room for interpretation

| November 03, 2005

“I’m thinking about a video on truckstop self defense,” Benavides says. “You can do katas (a series of karate moves) in the sleeper, and there are a lot of exercises you can do in the bunk.” Katas are attack and defense move patterns.

“After 20 some years of studying, I’ve realized all the martial arts are is an expression of how I’m going to break your arm or hit you in the face,” Benavides says.

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