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    Coaching licenses, and the like

    Hi all,

    So, I'm probably not the best fighter around, but I'm, by overall consensus, a fairly able coach.
    Yet, I never really got into coaching, because I changed clubs a lot, and stuff.

    Now, if I want to become a MT/MMA/Boxing/Kickboxing instructor on the long run, should I simply go and collect belt ranks, or are there any official coaching licenses I should aim for?

    If so, which ones would you recommend, or, what can be done in that respect?

    I was always an enemy of the notorious belt-snatching circus, but, hell, if some additional ranks are better, I shall go and collect that old TKD BB a friend offered me...:icon_comp

    Your feedback welcome!

    R

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    In what country?
    Things about Jits: How do Armbar 2.0

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    (Te debo una PM, hombre!)

    - I'm thinking of Spain, right now, but something that is ideally useful all over Europe would be best.

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    Thank you!

    o.O This looks... Like a lot!

    Last time I talked about this with some pal, I overheard the WBC coaching license could be attained in a weekend course...

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