What you will learn
To address an opportunity, you must first understand it. Simple exercises will help your team understand and acknowledge their areas of opportunity. Often, these are self-imposed.
Visualizing a barrier is often the first step to breaking through it. Karate uses simple exercises (e.g., breaking boards), to help us visualize challenges and overcome them. These exercises are fun and very effective!
The tools we use and how we use them often reflect our personalities. Your team will be given an opportunity to safely use traditional weapons of karate to help highlight this. Weapons: Sai (釵) and Tonfa (トンファー).
Karate is strongly rooted in Japanese tradition. Simple gestures like bowing represent a commitment to that tradition. Every training session starts and ends with ceremony.
Sometimes, we need someone's input to help us better understand ourselves. Your team will be given an opportunity to participate in simple partner drills to help build awareness.
What people say about it
Well ... You have been a great help since covid pandemic. My legs were burning for a few days and I did 15 minutes thursday and the rest friday.
I found this channel and I thank you for the workout. Its always easier for me to practice as part of a class than on my own. Much appreciated. See you next weekend.
For over 30 years, Jason Pennell has been a dedicated student to the arts, travelling and training all over the world. Jason strives to share valuable insights and life lessons to enrich our professional and personal lives. The journey of career, life and karate are intertwined. To develop an understanding of each is to unlock the potential inside ourselves.