Every Day Try To Get A Little Better…


Every day try to get a little better.  Better in your Martial Science training and better with all your life experiences.  Never let an opportunity to improve pass you by.  Whether it is attending a class with your instructor, attending a seminar or intensive, watching a DVD, etc.  Remember you have the opportunity to improve if you get after it!  It is in the end up to you!!!

In order to get better specifically at your practice of Martial Science you need technical training in your system.  This is really important.  Work on your technical skill sets daily.  However, the place where I see people failing the most in their attempt to get better is that they fail to address working on their attributes.  Attribute training such as weight lifting, running, swimming, hiking and the specifics of getting after a certain muscle group is immensely important if you wish to make overall progress!  I cannot stress this enough!!!  Get to the gym or create a home gym.  Hire a personal trainer.  Have someone to push you to be better.  Whether it is your instructor or someone else.  Then find the inner drive to push yourself and not be satisfied.  A puke bucket might be appropriate if you really get after it.  You are an athlete training to compete in the most dangerous game ie. your survival in a violent encounter!  Your training must reflect this whether it is technical or attribute!  Get on the mats and get after it!


Brian R. VanCise

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About Brian VanCise

Hi my name is Brian R. VanCise and my passion is the Martial Sciences. I have trained almost my entire life in the pursuit of martial excellence and I teach a world class curriculum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact us at: 702-326-3622
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