It’s not the “TECHNIQUE” you should Master, it is the “CONCEPT” you should Master. If you have a good foundation and have a complete understanding of the bio - mechanics of motion you’ll understand your opponent creates your “TECHNIQUE” for you. An attackers response to your Defense/Offense will determine your technique. Stop banking on a favorite “move” or “technique”, it can rob you of being able to respond appropriately because you’re waiting for the moment you can use your “favorite move” which you may never get a chance to use. Just adapt and respond accordingly. Also please understand the difference between Tools & techniques. Tools, for example are kicks, punches, elbows, head butts etc. which people tend to mistakingly call them techniques. Techniques are a sequenced pattern of movements, designed to respond to a particular strike as an example of a concept. This is why variations of each technique is important because everyone reacts differently. This is the only reason I say don’t look to use a set pattern of movement, just use the proper tools to fit the occasion. This mind- set alone will aide you in your fight game when the need shall arise! Thank you for allowing me to share my personal interpretations in the arts. Respect all, train hard and realistic! Namaste! #martialarts#selfdefense#selfdefence#combat#streetfighting#streetfightingsystems#princeofcombat#shaandavis#professor#kyoshi#guro#sensei#jindoartsacademy#sdcs#martialsmarts
@Regrann from @ramosdan1982 - PROFESSOR X ALUNOS
😢❤ E ainda duvidam da importância de um Professor na vida dos seus alunos!!!!
Este professor, recebeu uma das mais lindas demonstrações de amor e respeito: Seus alunos foram até a casa dele demonstrar apoio e carinho cantando "Holy, Spirit". Foi emocionante, lindo demais mesmo. Ainda acredito na bondade e carinho das pessoas desse mundo. Tenho um orgulho danado em ser um Professor, mesmo diante de toda a dificuldade, desprezo e desvalorização existentes nos dias atuais. Obrigado, Pai. Obrigado, Senhor. Amém!!!
#professor#teacher#alunos#apoio#carinho#afeto#amizade#respeito#lutacontraocancer#louvoradeus#iamateacher#veryproud - #regrann
Professora e professor de Educação Física 👩🏻🏫👨🏻🏫❣️
“A maior riqueza do homem é sua incompletude. Nesse ponto sou abastado.
Palavras que me aceitam
como sou — eu não aceito.
Não aguento ser apenas um sujeito que abre portas, que puxa válvulas, que olha o
relógio, que compra pão
às 6 da tarde, que vai
lá fora, que aponta lápis,
que vê a uva etc. etc.
Perdoai. Mas eu preciso ser Outros. Eu penso renovar o homem usando borboletas.”
Manoel de Barros
Sala de aula conceito 🎒✏️ 🚌
"Evolution is as much a fact as the heat of the sun,” asserts Professor Richard Dawkins, a prominent evolutionary scientist. Of course, experiments and direct observations prove that the sun is hot. But do experiments and direct observations provide the teaching of evolution with the same undisputed support?
Before answering that question, we need to clear up something. Many scientists have noted that over time, the descendants of living things may change slightly. For example, humans can selectively breed dogs so that eventually the descendants have shorter legs or longer hair than their forebears. Some scientists attach to such slight changes the term “microevolution.”
However, evolutionists teach that small changes accumulated slowly over billions of years and produced the big changes needed to make fish into amphibians and apelike creatures into men. These proposed big changes are defined as “macroevolution.”
Charles Darwin, for example, taught that the small changes we can observe implied that much bigger changes—which no one has observed—are also possible. He felt that over vast periods of time, some original, so-called simple life-forms slowly evolved—by means of “extremely slight modifications”—into the millions of different forms of life on earth.
To many, this claim sounds reasonable. They wonder, ‘If small changes can occur within a species, why should not evolution produce big changes over long periods of time?’ In reality, though, the teaching of evolution rests on three myths. Consider the following.
🔸Myth 1. Mutations provide the raw materials needed to create new species.
🔸Myth 2. Natural selection led to the creation of new species.
🔸Myth 3. The fossil record documents macroevolutionary changes.