Ironically, my TKD instructor used to say the exact same thing. Take that as you will.
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The street argument is retarded. BJJ is so much overkill for the street that its ridiculous. Unless you're the idiot that picks a fight with the high school wrestling team, barring knife or gun play, the opponent shouldn't make it past double leg + ground and pound - Osiris
A lot of instructors due teach their students while fatigued, it seems to be controversial with a lot of new people saying it's a bad idea, I don't really know what to believe. I'm tempted to be moderate and train both fresh and tired?
Teaching new thing while fatigued is stupid. But drilling/practicing moves people know already, while fatigued, makes more sense.
When I was doing CSW the warm up was brutal then you did 3 X4 minute rounds with pad work with your partner calling combo's
first4 standing, next 4 ground and pound last 4 standing.
By the last 1 1/2 minute your arms and legs felt like rubber.
The instructor would often say to push as hard as you can at this point, that this last 1 1/2 minutes is the championship round where fights are won or lost.
I push my students pretty hard in class. Towards the end, when everybody is gassed, I'll do a drill to finish them off, give them a few seconds to catch their breath and then push them a little more just for that reason. In addition to the physical benefits, mental focus and discipline when you're whipped can help you maintain a little longer when you're beat. It can make a difference.
Originally Posted by Goju - Joe
He who wears out first in a fight, will usually lose the fight.
you dont teach things when your students are tired, you practice them. unless you are an idiot.
Originally Posted by tyciol
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