I certainly do not know everything in the Martial Sciences. Like everyone on this path I work every day to get better and improve. I know quite a bit and have the ability to teach and help people improve. Yet, when training I have too also look at everything and I might see some thing in a new light every now and then. Like every IRT practitioner I am working every day to improve my craft. The skill sets that we practice demand nothing less. Every practitioner in IRT or any system for that matter should constantly question what they are doing and work towards improving themselves and the Martial Science that they practice. When teaching I enjoy questions. I’m cool if I do not know the answer or if someone say’s hey I am not sure about that. I particularly like it when someone shows me some thing new. One IRT practitioner showed me how Penn State wrestling wraps the legs on a double leg and it has changed how I look at that particularly technique. Another IRT practitioner was demonstrating some thing he learned in another system and let me tell you it made a profound impact on me. So much so that I have incorporated it into IRT. Bottom line I like teaching but want more from my students than someone who just follows along. I want practitioners who “think outside the box” and push me to be better and also push themselves to be their absolute best! Keep training and hit the mats!!!
See You On The Mats!
Brian R. VanCise
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