Tag: Training

  • Added Training

    Added Training

    I originally posted this last September. With the MidWest Tournament knocking at the door, and World Tournament in October, I thought it deserved a re-post. How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, right? How do you get to the world championships? Same answer. Coming to class is the first, most important thing.

  • Added Training

    Added Training

    How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, right? How do you get to the world championships next year? Same answer. Coming to class is always the first thing. If you don’t come to class at least twice a week, you’re not going to be in a good spot to do well in any tournaments […]

  • Summer Endurance Training

    Summer Endurance Training

    After Super Seminar later this month, we’re going to focus heavily on endurance training. I’m studying and gaining a lot of understanding on the subject. I want to get into the science a little more, but I’m confident enough to work on programming for the adults (and older teens). What students need to do to […]

  • To Think or Not to Think

    To Think or Not to Think

    It’s hard for me to say this, but it’s true. New students (and even old ones) have a tendency to think too much. I used to hate to hear this, and I still do. “Don’t think, just do,” is violently against my nature, but it’s good advice for students learning new physical skills. We need […]

  • CEP Musings

    CEP Musings

    I just spent a long weekend in the company of some of the best people on the planet. Here, with no particular emphasis are my thoughts on what I experienced and thought about the 2016 World Kuk Sool Association Continuing Education Program.