So as the question states, not for those who use theirs for personal use, which is essentially what ever good martial artist does, make their knowledge and style their own, but for those who market ot and teach it to the public
What is it that you do differently that you feel sticks out? This isnt made to sound like an insult, but just curiosity of what you do that is unique and your mission with your system.
I do not teach my own system, for a range of reasons, and it would not have nothing never seen and super exciting, but would be a different mix of what I have seen and, of course, limited to what I know better and enjoy more. It would be:
- Training the art, more than sport or fitness
- Freedom. Whatever you know (or wan’ to try) is ok
- More striking than grappling, because I enjoy and and know more
- Progressive resistance
- Plenty of sparring
- Balance between safety and hardness
- Slow speed to start, rarely maximum speed in training.
The reasons are I have seen quite safe training places but very artificial and weird situations, or resistance training with plenty of injured people. I want a balance between this 2 sides and I have seen it already, so it is feasible.
Also, I don’t like to do and ‘learn’ rubbish when I already have better tools (until someone prove me wrong). I would like to simply use my stuff. So, I would not impose technical restrictions on my training.
To make it short, one last reason. In many places they do plenty of fitness, volume... but repeat all wrong in hundreds and quick to burn calories and never feel the proper technique. I would put skill first. You know when something is right, by yourself, when you train right.