He remained walking forward. The temperature was beginning to shift just a hair. He stretched his arms and legs. His clothes were still a bit wet so they would soon begin to chill a bit themselves and that would be fine. His father had told him it was important to keep himself acclimated with his own element. This was the start of his evening worth of training. The next step would be once he reached about twenty meters into the island, he would begin running into the first training dummies. He picked one that was subtle enough for him and he began to simply jab and cross at it. He was heavy on his feet and his punches were at best sloppy. He wasn't one for taijutsu, but keeping up with some simple hand to hand would definitely benefit him one day.
As he jabbed and crossed at the dummy, he would shuffle-step in a small circle around it in order to ensure he would see any on comers so long as he faced their way at some point, though his attention was resting more on the dummy than anything else. Judging by the noises his body was making he was clearly just not built for taijutsu at all but he kept stubborn and kept trying. After this marvelous display of agony and horrible coordination went on for about five minutes, he stopped moving and huffed breathing hard.
"I Just.. A-Am not..." He was breathing rather shallow and quick. He would start hyperventilating if he didn't get himself under control soon. "M-Meant for this." He huffed and stopped moving completely for a moment. A deep breath in his nose for three seconds. He held it for three seconds. He breathed out for three seconds. This repeated until he was able to breathe normally again and he primed himself to get back to the bag. His stamina was clearly lacking, but none the less his heart seemed to be in it all the way.