Thursday, March 1, 2012

Realistic Training Environments (update)

Following along with our post about realistic training environments, here is one from Damien Ross and the Self Defense Company.

Not sure how to 'safely' practice when drinking/otherwise impaired.

One of my premises is to work in both the sterile, mat-filled room type of environment, to get techniques or principles down and working, then ensuring that you train in the realistic environment.

Balancing the yin/yang, the hard/soft, the yau/gung.

And it all comes down to determining your objectives in your studies of self protective arts. As we have discussed briefly before.

Train hard, train smart.

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