Every little bit helps to get the kids interested in martial arts practice. A martial arts school in Saint-Louise, the one on Reunion, not in the US, did something very interesting to us that hopefully sparked some interest in the martial arts in the area. They posted an area footage of practice that they shot using a drone. It’s amazing to look at so we decided to feature it in todays article.
Martial arts school demo – aerial video of practice
This is a good method of teaching kids not only because it looks cool and it might spark interest in martial arts in kids, but also because it’s beneficial for the kids who are practicing.
Looking at this video, the longer edit that the school must have, and has hopefully shared with the students, will help students find flaws in their technique. I wrote an opinion piece on this already, but I think that every martial arts school should record practice sessions, and especially sparing sessions, on video and showing them to students. That way they can study their moves and see any mistakes that they might be making.
Teacher explaining the mistakes using words might be a bit difficult to follow, but once the error is showed on a video, well then it might be detected a bit more easily. It’s just something that I think would help students learn faster. Aerial videos of practice is a great way of doing this.