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Teaching Martial Arts

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Teaching: The Way of the Master is the classic text for martial arts instructors. In a revolutionary approach, Sang H. Kim Ph.D has blended his extensive knowledge of martial art training with modern and classical teaching methodology to create a system of teaching martial arts for the 21st century.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by Turtle Press (first published July 1st 1997)
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Overall this book was very useful for me. I am a black belt Instructor at my school and I was looking for something to help me with Instructing several age groups. The book covered several aspects of martial arts while making it easy to understand. It got into the best teaching styles for different age groups and how to handle a class in difficult situations. It was a lot of useful information that was quick and easy to read.
I would recommend this book to any experienced martial artist who is l
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Its good if your are trying to open your own , but the principles presented aren't very good unless they are being used as reference for beginner teachers.
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Sang H. Kim is a martial artist, author, teacher, motivator, and researcher. He has authored over 20 books including the widely acclaimed Vital Point Strikes and the classics Ultimate Flexibility, Martial Arts After 40, Teaching Martial Arts, and 1001 Ways to Motivate Yourself & Others. Dr. Kim conducted clinical research on the effects of mindful movement and deep breathing (MBX-12) for treat ...more
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