What separates the advanced practitioner from the novice student is superior technique.
What separates the timeless masters from the same advanced practitioner is effortless flow.
What is flow and how it ties into your technique is the topic for today. By the end of this article you will understand not only why you need to reevaluate your training to center around flow, but how to do so and when to make said transition.
For many of you who regularly watch MMA, Rousey’s victory comes as no surprise. The fact that she won the match in the first 34 seconds seems pretty run-of-the-mill as well. For the discerning eye, however, there is much to learn. Today we’re dissecting the 34 seconds of the fight to see what lessons can be learned to improve your next fight.
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Are you about to compete for the first time?
Not sure where to start?
Short on time to train?
If so, panic might be starting to creep in. Never fear! Today we will discuss as few mistakes to avoid while preparing for your first tournament as well as some good starting points.
Well ladies and gents, if you are planning on competing in any of the AAU Taekwondo regional qualifiers, you are probably well aware that you are just about out of time! To help you prepare for the qualifier season, I have created a checklist for you to review. Read through it, print it out, and get ready!