YOU can get off to a quick start with this Aikido for beginners guide. Top tips on the best tools, and key action steps to take to fast-track your aikido skills!
Are YOU considering, or have decided to begin studying the art of Aikido?
Congratulations... good choice :)
During your journey, you will develop a variety of skills. These can be used to greatly enhance your life experience. There are so many benefits from practising the martial art of Aikido, that it would be difficult to list them all.
Here are Some of the Best...
These are just a few of the Positive Benefits, that you may experience.
Aikido for beginners makes you aware that developing skills is rather more difficult than many martial arts. This is because there are so many complex techniques to learn. In fact, it can cause a mental and physical an overload.
But this Can Be Solved, and you can fast-track your skills, avoid setbacks, and develop your Aikido abilities rather more quickly.
Aikido for beginners guide and Aikido Success Blueprint will alert you to some negative experiences that you definitely want to avoid. In this way, your Aikido practise will become more positive and you can develop amazing skills.
If not, your progress can be slower, or even stop completely!
What are they, I hear you ask?
Well, of course, you will need to choose the right instructor. After all, you may be training with them for many years. If you don't make a good choice, then it is likely to slow your progress. They often fall into a few categories...
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1 - Great Instructor, with a solid lineage back to the founder (Morihei Ueshiba). A leader, who is positive, encouraging, and dedicated to passing on all of the skills.
2 - Instructor, experienced, innovative, forward thinking, positive, encouraging, and dedicated to passing on the skills, but with unique ideas and principles too.
3 - Experienced Instructor, but egotistical, too disciplined and bully students, who in turn bully students etc. The aim is often to hold students back... Ego!
4 - Inexperienced Instructor, who's heart is in the right place, but didn't examined enough, and can't tell students why things are done the way they are.
5 - Completely unqualified Instructor, who already think they have arrived at perfection, so there is no need to study further. Avoid these at all costs!
I could go on, but as you can see, it is essential that...
YOU choose the right instructor!
This Aikido for beginners guide does not intend to scare you off from training, but aims to inform you of some of the potential pitfalls.
Of course this type of scenario is not just in Aikido. You will find a variety of these conditions in instructors from martial arts, sports, and other aspect of teaching in society, wherever you live.
Some are good, some are not bothered, and some are bad!
The info in this Aikido for beginners guide is given because I truly want you to have a good experience as an Aikido beginner. There are many other positive and negative aspects that I would liked to have known during my early years.
That's why I wrote the Aikido Success Blueprint It discusses the questions you need to ask to find a good instructor. Plus Key Action Steps for fast Results!
Also my Optimum Health Secrets, and Self Defence Secrets offer you ancient secrets and Master Strategies to truly excel in the art of aikido. You'll learn how to protect yourself, experience glowing health and achieve your goals.
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