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Richard Grannon

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PostSubject: Experience Based Training Methods   Thu May 05, 2011 5:43 pm

No matter how good the description, a description is not the experience - take a training style that takes an "experiential" rather than a "descriptive" leaning - simulations are better than lectures. Nothing is going to teach you to swim like getting in the water. I dont think its a coincidence that the best instructors all have some kind of hard contact/sparring backgrounds. Does that make sparring essential?

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PostSubject: Re: Experience Based Training Methods   Sun Mar 16, 2014 5:32 pm

I think that there is massive benefits to sparring. People use the old chestnut "its not a real fight" which is true as a real fight is all out/scruffy as opposed to back/forth and give/take. But you get good distance awareness, mental/physical conditioning.
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