“The good man is the teacher of the bad, and the bad is the material from which the good may learn. He who does not value the teacher, or greatly care for the material, is greatly deluded although he may be learned. Such is the essential mystery.”

Lao-Tzu (604 BC - 531 BC)




Some of the most talented athletes fail as coaches in the same sport that made them a household name. Despite possessing all of the skills and ethics required for greatness, they are unable to successfully convey these abilities to others.

As coaches these athletes typically fall short simply because they have a strong understanding of what worked for them, yet are unable to discover what works for someone else. As a Martial Arts teacher, it quickly becomes evident that this trend is not unique to sport. Therefore, a diverse directory of lesson plans or teaching experience is essential to any good Martial Arts instructor.

The ability to pass along knowledge and physical skills to others is the definition of success for any Martial Arts school or instructor. Offering assistance to its members from this perspective, the Kaizen Do possesses a collective knowledge of teaching systems and lesson strategies. With over 25 years of practical operation in the Traditional Martial Arts profession, these practices have proven themselves countless times.

Proven teaching systems, business development, and quality instruction in the Traditional Martial Arts are all assets of the Kaizen Do. Community representation and exceptional professional conduct are fundamental qualities upon which these assets are constructed.

For further information, Martial Arts professionals are encouraged to contact the Kaizen Do: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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