SILAT: Putar Kapala Details – Guro T. Kent Nelson

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SILAT: Putar Kapala Details – Guro T. Kent Nelson

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Brian R. VanCise

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SILAT: Underhooks & Overhooks – Guro. Kent Nelson

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SILAT: Underhooks & Overhooks – Guro. Kent Nelson

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Brian R. VanCise

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Precision…

Precision training is simply a must. Way too many people train in a very lazy manner. They go through the motions and simply hope for the best. Instead, we should all try to be accurate and precise in our training with thoroughly think out our training plans and goals. In a moment of violence you will need to be precise and accurate with your strikes, shooting, etc. I’m always training with this in mind. If I’m working on the bag I make sure my strikes go exactly where I’m aiming. In real violence I have seen a direct crossover from my training. Meaning, that I have been very precise during real world violence. Remember the phrase “perfect practice leads to perfect form.” We need to train with precision in mind. So that if a violent encounter happens it will be there for us!See You On The Mats!!!

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Precision

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In a moment of violence you need to be as precise as you can be to be effective. Precision training has to be a regular part of your training regimen. Whether you are striking, shooting, grappling, etc. You need to make sure that in your training you focus on being accurate. If you do this you should have built in the precision that you will need in a moment of violence. How do we do this? When practicing I work very hard on making sure that I strike exactly where I want to. This is repeated over and over until that accuracy and precision is developed and instinctive. Remember the phrase “perfect practice leads to perfect form.” If you strive for perfection in your practice with accuracy you will have a chance for precision in that moment of violence! You can’t ask for more than that!

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Traverse City Michigan

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I had a great time training in Michigan!  We trained empty hand vs the blade and worked on trusting intuition.  We also covered managing your adrenaline in a moment of violence.  Great training with great friends!!!

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Vary Your Training!

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Let’s face it we are creatures of habit.  We start doing something and we like it.  Next thing you know we do the same thing again and again.  In training this can lead to you becoming very stagnant and you probably will plateau seeing no significant gains.  We need to vary our training to avoid this problem.  Constantly change up what you are doing so that you shock your muscles as well as motivate yourself.  Do not get stuck in a rut.  No, create a training routine with lots of variety!

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Brian R. VanCise

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