why is practical training important?
Practical hands on training in a
controlled environment is the best way
to increase your retention.
Learning from books and DVDs are much
less effective as you are not able to
feel the full sensation of actual
engagement with an attacker.
How many times have you tried to repeat
a joke, a song, or a dance after the
first time being exposed to it?
How much did you really remember?
Studies show that we have an average of
about a 10% retention rate after seeing
Studies show that the
average person will retain:
- 50% of information immediately after
25% two days later
10% one week later
10% of what we hear
15% of what we see and hear
40% of what we discuss
80% of what we experience
and 90% of what we teach others
We provide you with a safe environment
with a coach and a padded instructor.
The secret to your success? Repetitive
movement. Creating muscle memory
so that when you leave the seminar you
retain the main important points that
will keep you safe.
We begin with simple movement and
environmental awareness discussions of
various situations you may encounter.
From there we slow-motion practice
defense posture and movement. Once
you are comfortable with movements we
gear into half-speed practice.
From there you will have an opportunity
to try your new skills and knowledge to
see if it really works.