Keeping up with your students

Discussion in 'Tae-Kwon-Do' started by IcemanSK, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. Miles

    Miles Senior Master

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    I can really relate to Last Fearner's post. He is just a few years older than I. I train hard, for me. If the students can do better, that makes me proud and gives me incentive to keep training hard. It is a natural part of living that as we mature, we are not as capable physically as we once were. But, we can slow the process by training. Heck, look at Jack LaLanne!

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  2. wynnema

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    this guy sounds hilarious. he must be seen as a bit of a joke by the class.

    DONT TOUCH THE MUSIC! :ak47:
     
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    I see the relationship as a two way learning experience and everyone should be learning and improving together. If the relationship is right, both will improve. As an instructor, my focus is on how i can keep offering more value to my students. I have to keep improving if I want to keep offering more value! It's an upward spiral.
     
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