By Geoff Thompson
Animal Day explores the myths approximately what does and doesn't paintings on violent streets. The reader is expert in all points of strain trying out the martial arts to make sure that personality and approach should not missing while the placement turns into "live".
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A fifth Dan Karataka is a white belt grappler. Many of the basic blocks and stances are good for building a strong body and spirit, but are of little direct use in real combat. Much of the training, depending of course on the instructor, is unrealistic and largely inapplicable. The biggest fault with traditional training, certainly in this decade, and this applies to most other martial arts, is the lack of communication and honesty between instructor and student. The student needs to be told exactly how it is, how and why a live situation is going to make them feel scared shitless, that some of the big, slow movements that they practice are not recommended for the real deal.
So it is with the martial arts, in the beginning you are learning something new every session and improvement can be as fast as the aforementioned metaphoric spiral. All of a sudden your advancement seems to be slowing down and in some cases you seem, (like the spiral), to be going backward instead of forward, 40 Animal Day but it is only an illusion. After such a quick advance even a slight decrease in speed may seem like a backward spiral, usually it is only the person himself who sees or thinks he sees this supposed decline, everyone around him will be seeing his improvement but him.
To develop a technique into an instinctive reflex, to develop power, speed, endurance, footwork, mental muscle or anything else worth having for that matter, requires repetition, and what is repetition if it isn’t boring. Repetition is practised by the student revising for his doctorate, and paradoxically, by the soldier perfecting a bayonet attack. Swimmers will practice hours and hours a day perfecting a stroke and jugglers will juggle until their hands bleed, all in pursuit of excellence. As martial artists, we are no different.
Animal Day - Pressure Testing the Martial Arts Martial Arts Self Defense by Geoff Thompson