During the time I learned a few lessons that critical to learning a new technique.
Second, deliberate practice became the primary focus. When you learn how to defend your very life, you realize there nothing more important than getting it right. The whole camp focused on deliberate practice and coaching. Deliberate practice ensures that as you get more and more fatigued you will still execute the technique correctly.
Third, I learned how much stamina I have. We trained at 12 hours plus a two hour test. During that time we were physically active in the heat of the
Training for 12 hours plus testing really clarified the best way to learn a new technique. I am totally wiped out now, but I am thankful for the experience and for the knowledge of what I am capable.
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