How do you take a newly learned technique and make it one that you or your student can execute successfully in sparring?
In this lively lecture and discussion Meastro Devon Boorman brings his 25 years of teaching experience to bear on this question as well as many related ones offered by the participants.
This session explores the cycle a new skill travels—from learning to proficiency—and how to make that process as smooth and effective as possible. Including:
- Learning mechanics and placing skills into context
- Effective drilling and applying tactical pressure
- Use of sparring games and other integration tools
- Analysis, refinement, and the place of full speed sparring
Additional participant questions include:
- How do you engage in drills with participants who are less inclined?
- How do you manage speed and use slow speed sparring effectively?
- How do you smoothly move people from drills into higher pressure exercises?
- What makes a good sparring game and how do you design one?
You'll come away with useful tools for refining your own learning and teaching process based on modern sport science and the experience gained at Academie Duello teaching over 10,000 students over the past 15 years.
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