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anyone have experience running a seminar

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by footgod, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. footgod Black Belt

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    A friend of mine asked me to do a seminar on leglocks
    I've never done one before
    I have taught jiu jitsu and thai boxing before
    but I'm not sure exactly how I should approach a seminar
    how many techniques
    should I focus on a few or try get a lot out there
    any advice
     
  2. davejitsu Purple Belt

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    When I do a seminar i ask ahead what the school wants to work on, then I get a few moves to start with...from there it is feeler.
     
  3. lechien Gold Belt

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    split the seminar into 2 groups and show them differents techniques: beginners and advanced.

    just alternate between groups while demonstrating techniques to make more fun.
     
  4. Title Fight Productions Steel Belt

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    Less with more detail is better for sure! Then maybe have a small amount of time toward the end for people to ask for quick advice on higher risk moves or if they want u to demonstrate some "fun moves'.

    Leaving a seminar feeling overwhelmed with info and moves kinda sucks to be honest.
     

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