.ugb-1a15488 .ugb-video-popup__wrapper{height:630px !important;background-color:#000000;background-image:url(https://muvmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/nate2.mp4)}.ugb-1a15488 .ugb-video-popup__wrapper:before{background-color:#000000;opacity:0.5}.ugb-1a15488 .ugb-video-popup__wrapper:hover:before{opacity:0.2} The process behind Skull Chatter began when I first moved to LA. I had this pressure on myself. No one else put it on me—I put this pressure on myself to the point that I was not satisfied with my training. In the past, training was my way of completely zoning everything out, call it like meditation or whatever. It just was my way of being one with everything. That's what training has been to me, and that's why I love it so much. After moving to LA, it seemed like I was not able to tap into that mentality anymore. For some reason, a switch got flipped. It was so frustrating because it sent me into this dark hole,
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