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Joe and the late Francine West, and the younger brother of Iris West. He was a champion drag-racer under the alias “Taillights”. In the alternate timeline known as Flashpoint, Wally West was the meta-human speedster known prominently as The Flash. As the protector of Central City, he fought against his archenemy The Rival.

After Barry entered the Speed Force in order to stabilize it, Wally took over as the Flash of Earth One. Once Barry returned, Wally returned to sharing the spotlight with him. After discovering that Jesse was breaking up with him and that the team was better off without him, he decided to leave Central City for a time in order to focus on himself. Francine West gave birth to Wally 8 months after leaving her family. Francine and Wally lived in Keystone City, where Wally started participating in street races and gained a reputation as a winner. During a Christmas party in 2015, Wally stopped by to visit Joe and Iris, meeting them for the first time. He realized they had company and apologized for the timing but was invited into their home.

Iris and Joe showed Wally around the Central City Police Department earlier before their plans to have dinner that night, where it became evident that Wally held bitter resentment towards Joe for not being in his life. However, Wally stood Joe up and was later found by Joe participating in a street race, which he won. Since then, I’ve revisited the amazing island over a dozen times. I even lived there in 2009, studying Japanese at Okinawa University. There are MANY differences between Okinawan and Japanese Karate.

For many people, this is good news! To put things into perspective, an Okinawan zenkutsu-dachi can be half the length of a Japanese one. Will these kinds of high stances build leg strength and stamina? The stances of Okinawan Karate are meant to be practical when applied in self-defense, since they can be quickly and effortlessly reached from your everyday stance.