I completely : flaked , pussied out , forgot , blew off the tuesday class .Quote:
Originally Posted by sochin101
To put things in context .
- I forgot what dan ... think third or fourth in TKD .
- is a white belt in BJJ ( as far as I know I haven't talked to him face to face in a few months he could have magicaly grown a blue or purple or something )
- did some full contact karate and TKD circuts
- has a pretty decent stand up
- has some judo background
- certified to teach Hapkido
- very athletic
- will throw hands outside of the McDojang as long as the students have a back up teacher in case he is injured .
As far as a TKD or Hapkido Instructor goes ... thats a good resume .
Cardio Boxing ( now TURBO KICKS ! ) :
He never called it kickboxing , never showed them pad drills ( well they used pads but he wasn't using them to show proper fighting technique ) , didn't have anyone doing MT conditioning . Never claimed it showed you how to kick ass . I didn't have a problem with it , still don't even under it's new stupid name .
Lets look at that add again now .
What I am asking is it ok to teach "training techniques" of an art you are not qualified to teach ? Even under the heading of "Fitness Programs"
As a TKD place who's only compition in town is a BJJ , JKD gym who actually trains people for MMA ... I just fail to see how this is way to build interest in the sport .