It was such a lovely day at the Polo Club for their inaugural match. Beautiful land surrounds the two fields, and they played in the mud yesterday to protect the grass of the other. I was taken up close, and met a few players, their children cheering along the fence and of course was very excited to meet the magnificent horses up close. Women can play Polo as well, so I soon I will mount and practice. Meanwhile, I establish diplomatic relations with the horses, get to know their canine partners and patiently enjoy the search for the right charge. #horses#polo#sport#polo#sanfrancisco#sanpancho#nayarit#mexico#dogs#playtime#friends#afternooncocktails
I have a lot of respect towards these 13 certified Instinct instructores. They are now not "just" Krav Maga professionals; they also possess high cognitive capabilities, as required in order to pass the course. The course is hard both physically and mentally, consist with comprehensive insights and advanced instructional methodologies, during 40 academic hours, in order to get them ready to launch their schools and become a role model for their students. Well done guys, you are Instinct's future generation.
Follow your Instinct - Integrated Israeli Combatives #kravmaga#mexico#durango#instructors#selfdefense#combate
#jaguarscience Maximus, our elegant and powerful black jaguar who was a pet, it's now a great bio-machine. He isn't wild, he is a noble jaguar, and for many reasons like his phenotype and genetic origin, or because he had a lot of human interaction almost the first year of his life, and also because he born in captivity raised like a pet, Maximus can't be released in the wild; like the most of captivity jaguars in Mexico, I think more than 98% never will have opportunity to be released, but if we give to them a profesional animal welfare program and studying and researching their behavioral rehabilitation, they will HELP US to create new rehabilitation methodologies for jaguars with releasing viability like Celestun Peten and Nicte Ha, and that's is the key. For us, Maximus and all our rescued gods are hope. 🐆⚔️🛡
#jaguarscience Máximus, nuestro elegante y poderoso jaguar negro quien fue mascota, ahora es una gran biomáquina. Él no es silvestre, es un jaguar noble, y por muchas razones como su fenotipo y origen genético, y que tuvo mucha interacción humana casi el primer año de su vida, y además porque nació en cautiverio criado como un mascota, Máximus no puede ser liberado en la naturaleza; al igual que la mayoría de los jaguares en cautiverio en todo el país, pensamos que más del 98% nunca tendrán la oportunidad de ser liberados, pero creemos que si les brindamos un programa profesional de bienestar animal y estudiamos e investigamos su rehabilitación conductual, pueden AYUDARNOS a crear nuevas metodologías de rehabilitación para los jaguares con viabilidad de liberación como Celestún Petén y Nicté Ha, y esa es la clave. Para nosotros, Máximus y todos nuestros dioses rescatados, son una esperanza. 🐆⚔️🛡
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