She remembered from Wen-Do that the collarbone was one of the easiest bones to break…

Stacey (not her real name) took Wen-Do in grade 9 and came back in her 20’s.  She shared a story of when she was in high school.

Two older guys invited herself and a friend back to one of their homes after school; his parents were not going to be home. The girls, flattered, said they were interested and decided to meet up. When they got to the house, both guys were waiting outside; one had a bike with him. The boy with the bike stayed outside with Stacey talking casually while her friend went into the house with the other boy. All of a sudden Stacey heard her friend yelling from inside the house “Don’t do that!” Stacey started to move towards the house, but the guy with the bike used it to block her from doing so. She tried to move around him, but the guy would follow her moves, using his bike to prevent her from moving closer to the house. She remembered from Wen-Do that the collarbone was one of the easiest bones to break, so she made a hammer fist, and, recalling the focus of breaking her pine board, she smashed her fist through the guy’s collarbone.  He immediately let go of the bike, dropped to his knees, and Stacey ran into the house, grabbed her friend and got out of there.

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