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The Line in the Sand
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by Viran Ranasinghe
5y ago
Perhaps you have heard of the metaphor ‘to draw a line in the sand.’  This is famous phrase which can trace its origins to a very long time ago. Basically, the meaning is that you are emphasizing a point at which, when crossed, you will act.  This can be for any reason, and but it usually has the connection with an ultimatum, meaning you are telling someone (maybe yourself) that if you go ‘this’ far (meaning to the line), I will respond in some manner.   I like to use this phrase when coaching students in sparring.  Many lower ranked students have trouble with distance to their opponent, and o ..read more
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Dec. 2018 - Newsletter
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Perseverance
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by Viran Ranasinghe
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The quality of perseverance is a very important trait in any martial artist.  If you want to be a blackbelt then it is an imperative!  What does it mean to persevere?   It basically means sticking with something despite difficulty in achieving success.  Let’s examine that in more detail.    At some point or another in almost every endeavor you will do, you will come across something that will cause difficulty in making progress.  Sometimes the issue is small and sometimes it is big.  But, what is critically important is to not stop or quit, but to keep working on it and not give up.  No one ca ..read more
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Nov. 2018 - Newsletter
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The Evolution of your Sparring
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by Viran Ranasinghe
5y ago
Most students’ sparring mirrors the evolution of man.  Wow, you must be thinking what does that mean?  According to modern scientific understanding, humans developed from apes, which over time transformed into cavemen and over further time evolved to where humans are today.   Similarly, most students’ fight goes through a transformation process as well.  They start out sparring as very aggressive offensive fighters.  They don’t have a lot of experience so they think and believe that they should just concentrate and focus on offense and hitting and kicking their opponent as much as possible.  T ..read more
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