I just finished another info-packed, mat-loaded, lip-busting, draining 4 hours with TFT Master Instructor, Sachin Makani. There were 7 of us today in Wyckoff, NJ. They gave me all I could handle. Ok. Maybe a little more. Sachin is focused, knowledgeable, and appropriately uncompromising. Do some training with him.
— Quality free practice is essential; lots
— Train to switch on your PSYCHOPATHY: if injury is not your only, momentary obsession (intent), you’re in victim mode. Ain’t no middle ground. No gray in the spectrum.
— Think of your intent as currency: how much money (energy and effort)can you afford to spend per move with no resulting injury?
— The cross stance, that weird, awkward cross stance, is foundational for circling, dumping, striking.
— During free practice or multi-man, the pace is NOT driven by when YOU think you have injured the predator. Instead it is when the PREDATOR acknowledges your effort with a spinal reflex…… or not. Yeah, my high hurdle today.
And consider this….
— Beginner level = a single injury per movement
— Next level = 2 injuries per move
— Next level = multiple injuries with simultaneous dump with one movement
We got work to do. See you soon.