There are, of course, so many new skills I learned that I’m beyond excited to bring into Green SuperCamp Australia, and that I want to bring into my teaching practice. But there are also so many learnings about myself and who I am around others that I want to bring into other facets of my life. In understanding myself more, I’m able to spend more time understanding my students, my colleagues, my friends, my family, the people around me every day. Because of that I can learn more, and I don’t know if I mentioned this, but I love learning.
Ten mistakes that people often make when engaging a martial arts school can impact how you see the industry and easily be avoided. This article points out where you can easily make these mistakes and how you can do things differently to ensure your kid's experience of Mixed Martial Arts is enjoyable and safe.
You need to stay on your bike / scooter / skateboard or other wheeled device at all times. Don’t leave your equipment around the park, the ramps are NOT slippery slides, and the park is not a running track. Running around the park will only get in the way of other users.
This is possible because the ramp is tall enough - it gives you the room to do this. The 6ft tall ramp has an transition face of 8-9ft to work up on, depending on how steep it is. A 3ft ramp for example, gives you only 4ft of room to practice on - giving you little option rather than going straight down it.
Most people think of sport as athletic and art/music as creative. I think Action Sports offers both. As mentioned above, it aids physical development, but the very nature of the sport encourages a level of personal creativity not offered in traditional “stick & ball” sports. There are no rules and no set way to do things. You can create your own style, invent a trick, be different to your friends and leave your own impression.
Over the years, I've focused more and more on the core, basic skills in BMX - and the more we develop these, the more I've found that young riders can learn tricks faster and safer down the line. Regularly, this means pulling people back from trying something - and saying "slow down, you're not there yet". This is now what our entire coaching method at Rampfest is built around.
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