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“Because You’re Worth It!” Or are you? Rank inflation in the martial arts.


Rank inflation in the arts is something any long-time practitioner will have witnessed more than once in their time, and there can be many different drivers that cause it to occur. I had to deal with this issue – hopefully … Continue reading

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Mindset – our flexible friend


Anything sophisticated enough to be called a martial art uses psychology in a multiplicity of ways.  A generalised understanding of the psychology of stress and aggression (nearly the same thing, though mostly they simply overlap) is obviously useful.  This can … Continue reading

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The Art of Teaching the Martial


Martial Arts and the Art of Teaching So Much Bad Teaching, So Little Time I have worked in many industries at many levels and in many roles, but the most difficult role I have been trying to fill adequately for the … Continue reading

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