1 - Training should be a daily event, in some manner.
2 - Most people have some free time on the weekends, so most trainers tend to offer training on weekends - see how that works?
3 - Every decent trainer I know in this community charges less-than market value for what they offer.
4 - You know you do not have sufficient training. You could use more. I could use more.
Sparks31 has a workshop in about 5 weeks.
Max is offering new courses for all skill-levels.
You have local dojos for Combatives - Krav, Ju-Jutsu, Aiki, in that order, for most people. Or, come to my Studio for a blend of the best. We have an app for that...
Dry-fire your sidearms. Work on off-hand techniques for getting a blade into action. Listen to your local scanner. Cut the grass and do 25 push-ups every lap around the yard.
Failing to be in shape and trained when the balloon goes up is on you...
Yup, here's a 10-second video glimpse into my training this weekend (6 shots and 1 reload in 4.9 seconds).ReplyDelete