As a martial arts instructor with many years’ experience, I can say that I have learned the “shortcuts.” I know what type of training works and what doesn’t. As a teacher, I know how to help you learn in the most efficient way, separating the best from the useless. I have done all the “leg work,” so you don’t have to! That’s how I created a name in the 1980’s; by taking novice white belt students and within a period of 3 months, training them to compete in the black belt division of various tournaments.
I have used the same “shortcuts” over the years to accelerate my students’ progress. That’s why my school has remained in business, while others have closed over night. I know how to get results in a fraction of the time. The one thing that I ask is that you give yourself to the process. If you want to go to Hawaii , you just book an airline flight, get on the plane and trust that the pilot will get you there. Do you tell him or her how to fly the plane? Do you ask a hundred questions and agonize over every detail of the trip? No…you sit back and know that eventually, you’ll end up in Hawaii. Do the same when it comes to your martial arts training. Follow my instructions, train hard and trust that I will take you where you want to go.