By openly challenging those convictions, we have the opportunity to reinforce why they were important, evolve our current view of them, or realize that we have moved past them.
Knowing the intention of the session and the metrics by which we determine progress is powerful.
Put that focus and belief to work!
Across the world in self defense training it’s common to hear hard and fast rules about what NOT to do. “Do not go to the ground.” “Don’t… Read more “Confidence From Training Bad Positions”
One word completely changes the story.
In this case, one word, can be the difference between life and death.
If we want to create effective humans that can protect themselves, it is best to create atmospheres, teaching methods, and systems that promote practice and repetition.
Emotional health and peace is a massive part of self protection.
A fighter that has done work on the battle within, is significantly more prepared to handle the one outside themselves.
If you find yourself waiting for perfection, remember…send it and hang on for the ride.
If we are going to continually improve, the key is to put ourselves in positions to learn.
The main mission of the Knife Control Concepts program is to create focused and intentional practice on the ever changing energy in a knife defense situation.