Commitment to Training

Commitment to Training

Just like a rocket, the most critical stage is the takeoff: fire and smoke for only a few meters from the ground, but once you are off planet the possibilities will be just as endless as outer-space.

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Imagine you are enjoying you favorite Actor or Sportsman in yet another amazing performance: isn’t he/she cool…? Sometimes we enjoy the talent of a Professional forgetting that those 10 seconds / 1 minute / 1 hour of performance are the result of constant, hard and gradual improvements: what we enjoy, in the end, is the preparation of both technical skills, blended with a daily-based physical training.

The rule is one and simple: a steady commitment to training is the only thing that will take you to achieve your goals.

Your fitness preparation in Martial Arts is everything: it would be useless to own a hypothetical glass-made Ferrari as it would last only two seconds on a racing track: for the same reason, you have to transform yourbody from glass to steel, and this step is only achievable by working hard everyday.

Water in different states.
If you could virtually build a car with just snow, you would notice that it would last a bit longer than a (impossible to build) water-made car. Now what would happen if we compact that snow and make it hard as ice…? Just as we used to do with snow-balls when we were kids: they become faster, harder and – yes – they hurt when you get hit by one of them. The same principle applies to Physical Training: condition you “snow”, make your body as hard as ice, and even powder snow can become a deadly ice bullet. Dont’ forget to never back down, as it’s easy to give up when training becomes demanding.

 

 

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About the author : Fabio Zambelli

Fabio Zambelli
Fabio has dedicated his life to Martial Arts for more than 20 years and has been teaching since 2005. Extremely committed and passionate to the way of the warrior lifestyle, he lives his days following Martial Arts’ principles: hard work and self-sacrifice. The diplomas he is most proud of are his failures as overcoming these demonstrated that Martial Arts values, along with their code of conduct, have worked on him. His extraordinary determination, concretized in Heart of The Orient, the world's first designed and hand-crafted Dojo for Shaolin Kungfu, is proof that human willpower has no limits.

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