I have a question I would like to ask of all the instructors out there.
I have my first crop of students who recently passed their last belt before Black, I would like to write a small book for them with guidelines on what it takes to get your Black Belt, that is apart from the syllabus material, what it IS to be a Black Belt and some general training and practice tips and advice.
The guys in question are junior black belt candidates-in-training ranging in ages from 13 to 15 years old, but I would like the book to be applicable for adults as well.
I was also going to talk about some aspects such as the Formulation Equation and how it fits into your training at this point, the importance of footwork and accuracy, etc.
I would like to ask those of you involved in testing Black Belt candidates what it is you look for during a test.
I was also going to use some really good quotes from Mr Parker as topics to discuss in the book, so if any of you have suggestions, I'd love to hear them.
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