John Wooden, an American basketball player and coach said, "Don't let what you can't do interfere with what you can."
I see this in the students who come to train with me. They focus on what they can't or perceive they can't do. I train them hard so that there mind can no longer keep up with their body. It's then that all thinking stops and they surprise themselves by doing something their mind had told them was impossible.
It's the same with my Shaolin Programs. These workouts are designed to help you let go of your thinking mind and get a direct experience of Zen.
Through making these teaching programs I've removed the can't. If you really want to train then you can. You don't need to go to China. You don't need to go to a gym or a dojo. So stop making excuses. Start where you are. Now is the only place. Now is the perfect place. The way you approach your training gives you an insight into the way you approach your life.