I’ve been watching it for so long, I’ve become a master jitu cambodia.
Jitu Cambodia is a Chinese martial art that uses the concepts of aikido, kung fu, and tae kwon do to show how to move from one position to the other without having to touch your opponent. I like this because if you get them wrong you can get them really, really high, in my opinion.
Jitu Cambodia has a unique take on the popular Chinese martial art of kung fu, kung fu is a form of self-defense involving kicking, punching, and swinging. Jitu Cambodia is a martial art where the technique and the art are united in a single form. Kicking the feet and punching the body are two examples of how one can move to the other without touching the opponent, whereas aikido involves the attacker and the defender working together in the sense of a single joint.
Some people see it as a form of self-defense, but I see it as a form of self-creation. The Jitu technique of kicking and punching is a bit like the original martial art of kung fu; the method is different, but the method is also very good.
Jitu’s kicks and punches are very similar to those of aikido, and in fact, some other martial arts (notably kung fu) teach kicks and punches that are similar to aikido’s. However, it’s not that simple. Aikido’s kicks and punches are made by an attacker’s legs, whereas the Jitu’s kicks and punches are made by an opponent’s arms.
Like kung fu, Aikidos has a lot of similarities, but also a lot of differences. Like kung fu, however, the legs of aikidos attackers are also used to create power. However, the method of kicking and punching uses arms and legs, not just arms and legs in other martial arts.
You may have heard of master jitu, the legendary kung fu master. He is famous for his ability to kick people’s asses with his bare feet. His kung fu kicks are said to be very powerful and can even knock a person’s head off. However, I’m not going to go into the details of how master jitu is able to pull this off. I will simply say that, when he did, he was never known to get kicked by people he didn’t see.
In the video below, master jitu demonstrates his kicks and punches with the help of a video camera, and then uses a live video feed to demonstrate that he can beat the crap out of you if you step in front of him.
In a scene that seems to have appeared in all the trailers, master jitu uses a video camera to demonstrate that he can beat you up right in front of you. If that’s not enough for you, master jitu then goes around beating up everyone he sees, even though he’s not standing right in front of them. In the end, master jitu demonstrates that he can beat any ass he wants, all because he’s a master jitu. And he’s not even that good.
It makes sense that master jitu would beat up everyone he sees and then just take out his anger on the person he’s beating on. But, in the end, master jitu never beats anyone. And this is where I feel the trailer goes off the rails. In his quest to prove himself as a master jitu, master jitu is apparently killing people who he’s jealous of. In the trailer, master jitu is shown with a gun and shooting people, not beating them up.