Here are 9 ways that can help you get the most out of your martial arts experience at Arrowhead Martial Arts in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Attend every class.
This is obvious, but important. If you’re not here, you can’t learn and grow! Be sure to be on time, too.
- Ask questions.
All of our instructors pause no less than 8 times during class to make sure everyone gets their questions answered. Take advantage of this!
- Leave comments.
At the bottom of every post, leave your feedback and comments. Other students would love to read your input. I would, too.
- Join our Facebook Fan Page.
I leave supplemental tips from time to time that can help you with your training. I also write about some things we cover in class there. Like our page on Facebook.com!
- Listen in class.
The tips that we offer in class are the same things everyone needs to be working on. If you’re looking for things you can be doing better, focus on those ideas.
- Purchase the quick reference journals.
Each belt has its own quick reference journal that covers all the material for each belt. These are available at the studio.
- Follow me on Twitter.
If you are familiar with Twitter, you can follow the studio where you can receive special updates not available on this website or even Facebook. Follow Arrowhead Martial Arts on Twitter.
- Attend all AKKI seminars and camps.
This will absolutely help you grow like no ones business. Attend as many as you can as often as you can! Camps are usually in March and September every year. Lately, they’ve been in Evanston, WY; which is only 80 miles away.
- Subscribe to my instant updates.
You can receive instant email alerts every time I post on ArrowheadKenpo.com. This is a great way of keeping in the loop on things happening at the studio and on training ideas. Sign up to receive instant email alerts!
If you aren’t a student yet, you can learn about our martial arts trial program exclusively for adults. Class sizes are limited and aren’t offered very often. Sign up today to receive instant email alerts whenever a new trial program is about to start. In fact, it’s the only way you can learn about any openings.
What would you add to help others get the most out of their training here?