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Tabata Method and Intensity

Submitted by Xue Sheng on Tue, 10/21/2014 - 09:02

Jonathan Bluestein poses that a person can learn the entire course of study for a martial art in four to seven years. He explains that a serious student needs individual attention from his instructor as well as individual and peer practice time. Emphasizing proper technique and hand-on, one-on-one training, Bluestein suggests that a dedicated student can achieve a decent mastery of the art’s techniques in about 6600 hours of practice.

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Tabata Method and Intensity


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