This playlist is perfect for your drive to the dojo or to play in the background while you clean the mats. These MADrills don’t teach techniques, but instead include discussions of teaching strategies that will help you become a better school owner or instructor.
A combination of show and tell, relative, and analogous teaching is an excellent approach to teaching your students in an engaging and effective way.
Bo Staff | The Flow System | Weapons | Strategy | Teaching
This teaching strategy is great for bo staff or weapons classes, but can be applied to any field in the martial arts. This strategy relates more basic techniques to the more difficult technique that you may be trying to teach.
The Flow System | Bo Staff | Weapons | Extreme | Sport Karate | Sport...
This teaching/training tip is very helpful in reminding us to always keep our goals in mind when training or teaching a class. This can be done in four simple steps: introduce, demonstrate, explain, and apply, or IDEA for short.
Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Teaching
As instructors we don't just want to focus on physical skills, but we also need to teach our students the mental game. Mental defensive strategies are very important for sparring.
Retention Based Sparring | Sparring | Point Sparring | Point Fighting
How do you get kids to continue to drill at a high level? Disguising repetition is a key to great reps. These drills will help with footwork, squatting, and tapping and combines them into this next combination.
Conditioning | Partner Drills | Kali
What do judges look for in a weapons form? Listen in as Jackson breaks down technique, speed, power, and difficulty.
The Flow System | Bo Staff | Weapons | Extreme | Sport Karate | Sport Martial Arts | Tournament | Competition