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It might be a little premature for you to be disagreeing with your teachers. Learning what they have to teach you - regardless of whether it differs from other advice - might in fact help you develop into a more well-rounded fighter, capable of drawing upon a variety of techniques to refine your own style. The respect you seek to display might be best ...


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I've had experience on both sides, instructing and taking lessons via remote/zoom/teams/etc. What I've found is that it is more useful the higher up in ranking you go, mainly because the refinements that are needed are fewer, and it is easier for the student to hear what the instructor is saying and turn that into application. The understanding of the basic ...


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The primary downside of online training in my experience is much the same as the issue of trying to train by correspondence course, a lack of feedback a good bit of the time. Theoretically, they can view your technique over videoconferencing software, but in general, it's an inferior method because they can only really see from one angle, and only if your ...


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