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Daniel Marino, 4th dan in tang soo do and founder of The Naihanchi Project, returns today to talk about training progressions in traditional martial arts.
In part 2 of 2, we scrutinize the logic, or lack thereof, behind highly isolated, scripted, and formal exercises that are often strung together as some pertained middle ground between basics forms practice and free sparring. These intermediary exercises bloat curriculum and delay experience in the most practical learning methods available: sparring and live drilling. As the up and coming generation of martial arts masters, we have a responsibility not to pass down these ineffective time-wasters down to the next generation of martial artists, our students.
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Produced by Micah Peacock
Intro Theme by Micah Peacock
Outro Music is Synergy by Juche