Learning Judo and Student Responsibility

By Mark V. Lonsdale

One of the fundamental principles of learning is that the teacher or instructor provides 10% of the process while the student must shoulder 90% of the workload. A teacher instructs, guides, and mentors, while the student must listen, learn, practice, train, and master what he or she has been taught.

As they say, “What you get out of Judo is directly proportionate to what you put in.”

Without effort there is no progress.

Hal Sharp sensei, Hayward Nishioka sensei, Mark Lonsdale sensei teaching a coaching clinic at Goltz Judo in California

About Mark V

Dedicated shooter, seeker, traveler, teacher, trainer, educator
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