I stumbled upon an article, through researching good leadership and coaching for Martial Arts that talked about Coach Gus Bradley. He is well known in the world of Football for being an upbeat, positive coach who rarely offers negative comments. To me, positive coaching is sort of a redundant term. Coaching is (supposed) to always
So we had some major issues this past weekend. A shooter in Orlando walked into a club and started shooting people. Tactics were employed and the shooter obviously had weapons training. How effective would a gun be against a group of unarmed, untrained, unsuspecting club-goers? Well, obviously very effective. There was another tragedy in Orlando
Earlier this week, we lost an imposing figure that went from street fighting sensation to full blown Mixed Martial Artist. Kimbo Slice as you may know him, or Kevin Ferguson as his family knew him passed away at the age of 42 due to heart failure. Ferguson was set to fight in July against James
When you go to the martial arts school to sign up, it is usually for your kids, unless you are looking to do something yourself. How often do people go in to sign up their parents or granparents? If martial arts are gentle enough to teach children, shouldn’t that same logic apply with senior citizens?