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If you attended class last week (and we hope you have), your left arm is probably feeling the brunt of the new combination. But fear not, as the combination expands there will be an opportunity for other appendages to be sore as well.
Are you feeling confused about this new combination? I am. The combination itself is not really new to most of us, but it sure does feel it. Do you know what’s good about that? It means that you’re learning something. You are learning to use the skills that you already have in a different order than you may normally prefer.
What we are doing is giving our brains permission to be stretched and to arrive at a conclusion from a different angle. In essence, it’s a workaround. It’s always better to have more than one option that to be stuck with only one way to get the job done, no?
Maybe select a portion of the combination that is giving you the most problems, and just work on that. I am sure that if you work on that one piece and gain confidence the rest of it will fall into place.
How nice would it be, if you could put the laundry off for one more day? We’re making it a bit easier to do that! All Stryker Martial Arts t-shirts are 20% off until October 1st! Take advantage of this offer before it’s too late! See a staff member today and reward yourself by putting the laundry off until tomorrow.
Scary Statistic: While violent crime is down 4% nationwide as compared to last year, robbery and sexual assault is on the rise in our area.
We aren’t interested in creating fear; we are interested in teaching preparedness, and instilling confidence in our students. Learn what you should look for, and what YOU can do in order to tip the scales in your favor, should you be involved in an assault.
Due to the success of our Street Fighting Seminar last month, we are adding a second installment, which is limited to only 10 participants. Join us on Sunday September 30th at 11am for part 2 of our Street Fighting Seminar. If you were unable to attend the first seminar, don’t miss this opportunity! The cost for participation is $20, and the seminar is open to both students and non-students.
We will also be running a Knife Fighting Seminar on Sunday September 30th, at noon. The cost for participating in this seminar is $40, which includes a training knife ($20, if you already have a training knife). There are only 10 spots left for this seminar, which is open to both students and non-students.
Email Kailen or get in touch with a staff member today in order to get on the list, and get confident.