Scheduling Your Training Wisely
Posted: August 06, 2019
I trust this blog finds you well.
We are very excited about the improvements to our schedule - and how it impacts your progress.
Martial Arts are not taught, they are learned.
You know better than anyone that you learn more from your classmates than your "instructor" could possibly teach you.
Getting on the mat 2 or 3 times per week, training hard, and recovering, is the perfect path toward progress.
Lining up in a class surrounded by highly dedicated Martial Artists of all levels gives you an advantage that many overlook.
We structure our training sessions to facilitate maximum progress.
This gives you an obvious boost in intensity as well as an increase in your skill.
You and your classmates benefit from each others unique abilities when classes are organized and formatted appropriately.
Our Saturday schedule is the best example of a highly strategic class structure.
Check it out for yourself.
Where are you going to be 10 years from now?
I certainly don't know.
But when you get "there" you should know how it happened.
It will have more to do with 2 mindful decisions than anything else.
The first is what you study and focus on.
The second is who you surround yourself with.
Martial Arts is a fascinating subject to study and your classmates are fantastic people to surround yourself with!
Every scheduling decision that we make is governed by those principles.
We are very excited about our improved class format, and we are looking forward to your progress.
Remember, take today's class as if you were going to teach it tomorrow, because you really are!
I look forward to seeing you and your family in class at the Dojo!