Step up! Three! Two! One! This is throwing axes, so similar to bowling, you’ve got to hit the target.And a variation of points, and you try to hit the bullseye every time.First you let them, like experience failure a couple of times and then you just kind of like press their buttons a bit of times.Sometimes you actually got to agitate them. Alright, that same agitation that you have, you’re just rushing with that throw, tell them, “throw it like that board took your tax return.”
That was just a little high, just a little high, it was good though, it was good.Definitely the first couple of times that I tried this, I was terrified, did not want to touch them.The whole time I wanted to just kind of pause and freeze, you’re flinging this thing forward.On the first rotation the blade goes by your face, so that, for me, took a little bit to get used to for sure.
We are throwing blades around, these are sharp objects, we have these fences and everything set up over here in the aisles and everything.So unless you’re throwing it with, like, Olympic gold medalist-type strength maybe.It won’t pop out that far. It definitely shouldn’t.
So that’s been one of the most surprising things, how evenly the participants are matched male to female.Really nice slope between men and women.
There you are, it feels like you’re becoming one with yourself like,you really get in tune with yourself, so, I feel like it even uplifts your posture, once you start doing it for a while.Like, if you look at the people in our leagues, these people walk in here like they’ve just conquered and defeated tigers.It’s crazy but it’s a good time. It feels safe the entire time.