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Creighton Burrows -Advocate for Expeditious Physical Prowess


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Why can Steampunk be associated with fitness? Well as a personal fitness instructor who believes that the best way to engage individuals in proactive a lifestyle is to appeal to their sense of humour and adventure.  Steampunk in my mind can assist with this.

Furthermore, the Secrets of Torqueadian Physica Prowess are firmly rooted in victorian fitness regimes and modern fundemental fitness principles - this may be defined as steampunk. 

Torqueblade training is the end result of years of experimentation in arts of defence and expeditious fitness programs. Torqueblade is inspired by indian club training and medicine ball training made popular by the british military of the victorian era and tempered with modern understanding of Kinesiology.

www.torqueblade.com

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34 Comments

Reply Jedediah Solomon
1:29 PM on June 19, 2012 
The TorqueBlades are very impressive, and though you don't actually call them weapons, they would deter any would-be mugger ... Glad we are on the same side, my friend!
Reply Lord Stanley
9:44 PM on September 1, 2011 
Picked up a nice ivory pipe along our travels.My camel got a little out of hand,though.Victoria is quaint as ever-we're living behind the 'Tweed Curtain' smelling the roses and sipping tea!
Reply Jedediah Solomon
2:46 PM on August 24, 2011 
We still have Pneumatic weapons..They use compressed CO2, usually with small gauge lead projectiles called pellets, or polymer coated spheres containing water-based paint ...
Its even funnier now actually - but thank you for the clarification. Well I am glad that we are chatting now, perhaps the honorific of rat may still apply when you get to know me better (he, he, he ,he). Thank you Jebediah. I was reading your profile.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
6:57 AM on August 24, 2011 
When I lived in Sault Ste. Marie ( on the Canada side, that is) we were also referred to as Border rats, but usually by those dearly departed who meant it as an insult
Reply Jedediah Solomon
6:38 AM on August 24, 2011 
Sorry about that..... I think it was in reference to your comment about being a " Border Rat" No offense intended, it probably would have been funnier had it flowed within the thread.
Reply Jedediah Solomon
11:35 PM on August 23, 2011 
I dare say old chap, I thought that the colony known as Alberta was devoid of rats,
Reply Jedediah Solomon
9:30 PM on August 23, 2011 
Do you realize that in our present day, what with all the "accessibility"devices, automatic door openers, lifts and the like, there is practically nothing that would slow down a Dalek.. Good thing the Doctor is on our side.
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
9:36 AM on August 19, 2011 
In that case, I will be counting down the days.
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
8:48 AM on August 17, 2011 
I, for one, am frightfully excited. Thank you dear sir for the heads up.
Reply Lord Stanley
2:11 AM on August 16, 2011 
Apple is definitely the best for tobbacco.I prefer the porcelain pipe of course.
Reply Lord Stanley
1:23 AM on August 16, 2011 
Very interesting universe!
Reply Lord Stanley
5:35 PM on August 15, 2011 
A rather plump hippo swam past,attracting the crocs attention while I escaped ! Off to an Arabian fortress for more high-jinks! Where is Torqueadia,pray-tell ?
Reply Lord Stanley
2:25 AM on August 11, 2011 
I've been away hot air ballooning up the Congo.
A stray stork busted my flying device and left me dangling over a crocodile pond for a few hours.Egad where were the strong arms when I needed them?
I like your new avatar......
Reply Robert
6:48 PM on August 10, 2011 
Hi Mike,
I did some training with the Royal Marines back in the '80s. What led you to Cranbrook? I know it's a beautiful area. Were you looking to get as far away from the sea as possible?
Reply Captain H.M. Hooke
12:13 AM on August 10, 2011 
Steam Rules, I for one am looking forward to driving an electric or steam powered device.
Reply Captain H.M. Hooke
12:10 AM on August 10, 2011 
We have a monthly meetup on the first Tuesday of each month if that works for you? Who knows what other wonderous events we shall have in October... Feel free to check us out on Meetup and join us if you wish. We have remote members in Ottawa, Vancouver, and Brazil so if you have the net my friend we welcome you. Huzzah!
Dear Mr Hollywood,
Puhleeze make "War of the Worlds" again but this time like H.G. Wells wrote it. Horse drawn cannons and all!
Reply Zandra Stratford (VSE)
8:59 PM on July 26, 2011 
well this was an interpretation of a Charles Rennie Mackintosh painting done by Emily Shoichet http://emilyshoichet.com/home.html here in Victoria. She's a busy gal, so you'd want to book your appt. ahead of time.
Reply Zandra Stratford (VSE)
4:00 PM on July 26, 2011 
Do mean the artwork itself or tattoo Artists?

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