The Lost (Martial) Art of Teaching
Here’s a variety of clips of some of the amazing teachers I’ve had the pleasure of working with, and also some guest appearances. When I made the Q and A video, the idea was to help, to educate, to give insight, and oddly and somewhat disappointingly, it seems like people are more interested in my “fights” than my skills, my resume rather than my knowledge etc. So, this will segway itself a bit into that video, and if I answered all the questions about me, it would take up the entire 15 minutes.
So, here’s a bunch of guys that moulded (not all of them) my life, and career as a martial artist in varying degrees. I realized I never asked a single one of them where they retained their knowledge, or “how many fights they had”, and maybe that’s what separates me from many. I’ll certainly give a run-through of my background, but that information is all over the internet. Anywho…..maybe I’m reading into it too much, but it’s always the “go-to” for trolls that have never even stepped on a mat. Enjoy everyone, and may 2016 be a year of the inspired, creative, and astounding for all martial artists. Cheers.