When you’re teaching a new sparring technique to students, how do you present the form so students will understand and learn it efficiently?
Do you have them just practice it a few times and move on? Or do you have plan for when they’re ready to progress?
In today’s blog, Chris Rappold of Team Paul Mitchell Karate shows you the 3 stages of teaching a new sparring technique to students so you know exactly when the student is ready to move forward.
He calls it “The I Method”.
And he uses this methodology in all of his sparring classes.
This is just one of many instructional videos in Chris's new sparring curriculum, Retention Based Sparring.
So if you want to have better success in your sparring classes and you want your instruction to improve, watch the video today.
[NOTE: If you're struggling to find a sparring formula for classes in your school. Sign up for Retention Based Sparring and get the done-for-you curriculum today. Learn more here]
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