Under the tutelage of juko-ryu kijutsu practitioner Dr. Rod Sacharnoski, Roy has spent several decades learning various techniques in order to withstand strikes to the throat, temple, legs, and, most importantly, testicles, without showing signs of pain. The process, as you can imagine, is simultaneously simple and unfathomable. One must start by "lightly tapping their testicles with a paddle" before slowly, over the course of a year, increasing the force until they can withstand a full whack without weeping uncontrollably. It's only when this is achieved that students like Roy can begin to receive actual strikes from their fellow peers, and take part in crazy record attempts with it.
"This is just a ploy to get us all to touch your balls, isn't it?"
Here's the thing ... we understand wanting to condition yourself a little bit to not be such a wuss. But receiving a kick to the balls is something that all men universally understand to be 100 percent exempt from all external demonstrations of toughness and bravery. It's OK if you break down sobbing and curl up into the fetal position, and no one on planet Earth would think any less of you. And even if they did, is it something that comes up so often that you need to devote decades of your life to developing leathery, impact-proof nuts? If so, you may have other problems in your life that should be addressed first.