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  1. #201

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    Interesting these guys all have the same marketing agent:

    MD Marketing LLC.

  2. #202

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    People should be TAUGHT how to teach, it shoudl be part of the curriculum.

  3. #203

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin
    People should be TAUGHT how to teach, it shoudl be part of the curriculum.

    Agreed - you need to practice teaching just like any other skill. Plus, teaching other people things can help your own understanding of the material.

  4. #204

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin
    People should be TAUGHT how to teach, it shoudl be part of the curriculum.
    I agree with Ronin and Lightsout. Some of the best coaches in any sport were shitty competitors.

    Teaching is an art in and of itself. Just like a MA style, teaching ability can be trained, but some will always have more natural ability than others. One thing for certain though, the teacher must posses the requisite amount of knowledge. The big question though, is how much is the requisite amount.

    I'm not sure where I stand in regards to the minimum ranking required to teach. In judo, you must be at least shodan and must attend a seminar before being certified and recognized by the governing body as a coach.

    The USJF did a study a few years back in which I recall reading that the average amount of time for a judoka to acheive shodan in the U.S.A. is 8 yrs. So, an average of 8 years experience, shodan ranking, and completion of a weekend seminar are all required before being recognized as a coach. Seems reasonable to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine65
    Browning-

    Aren't you a blue belt of some sort? Just wondering if you are trying to defend your mediocre status - or you are just being a dick per your previous declaration "I am a dick." In any case- who gives a flying ****.

    Wolverine
    No, I am not a Blue Belt in BJJ.

    But since I am not teaching BJJ in any capacity it does not matter.

    Were you the guy who said he was leaving and not coming back, not once but twice?

    But you came back for me? Aw, how sweet, just imagining you out there resentfully lurking keeps me warm at night.

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    Apparently Royce is OK with this sort of thing. After all he took a picture with this guy! I wonder if he knows his image is being used to promote this online training bullshido...

    https://karateclassesonline.com/dire...n=CMS&key=32/2

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    follow up to browning

    Were you the guy who said he was leaving and not coming back, not once but twice?

    But you came back for me? Aw, how sweet, just imagining you out there resentfully lurking keeps me warm at night.
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    Don't flatter yourself Browning. I come back to laugh, not to be resentful. I'm a bit disturbed that the thoughts of a married man keeps you warm at night. I'm guessing you're a pink belt.

    Wolverine

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    So nice when some one has to resort to personal insults because they've been out argued.:llorar:

    Back on topic, before i could get my 1st Dan (JJ) we had to do an assistant coach course, only an internal thing consisting of a one day seminar on basics and evidence of 10 practice sessions, supervised by our club sensai, showing we could apply the what we'd been taught. Not the be all & end all of coaching but a good way to make sure the you have some idea how to do a decent warm up etc.

    There are two other levels (club coach & senior coach) and an NVQ* in coaching that you can do later on.

    *('National Vocational Qualification' an external qualification)
    "This won't hurt me a bit..." - My training partner.:new_astha

  9. #209

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwinch2
    Apparently Royce is OK with this sort of thing. After all he took a picture with this guy! I wonder if he knows his image is being used to promote this online training bullshido...

    https://karateclassesonline.com/dire...n=CMS&key=32/2
    "Royce Gracie and his father with Ray."

    I don't see Helio in there anywhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckofDeath
    "Royce Gracie and his father with Ray."

    I don't see Helio in there anywhere...
    Helio can turn invisible at will. And his laser vision is unmatched. Don't even get me started about how he once saved the world from a Murloc invasion.
    Locu5
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