Knowledge adds value to skill

Geplaatst op 05-01-2021

From the trainer's perspective.
Knowledge adds value to skill.
Practice should always be based upon a sound knowledge of theory, re-evaluated on a regular basis.

Guidance on any level is more credible, when supplemented, with sufficient knowledge in areas such as anatomy, biomechanics and basic neuro(psycho)logical principles.

Not only is it a great advantage to know the limitations of the body, how to expand potential and how to positively influence a learning cycle; it also leads to repeatable and trackable results, but even more important is, that it creates SAFE circumstances for ANY practitioner to reach full potential.

In today's world, looks and appearances are extremely prevalent - without bearing any substance - focused on short term changes of behavior, to achieve short term goals, without proper and lasting skill building.

It wouldn't be a such big deal at all, if it weren't for the astonishing number of people getting injured acute or chronically, due to bad instruction and /or lack of verifiable knowledge. 

So knowledge absolutely adds value to your skills. Not only to educate you, but more so to lift you to your next plateaus and transform you in a healthier, funkier you, safe and efficiently. 

It is of no value to show someone your actual struggle, for learning purposes. However, it can be of very interesting and sometimes important value, to share what you have learned and deducted, from your learning cycles. When you have reached a respectable level of proficiency through or because of your struggle, you are able to analyze your passed journey, point out the troublepoints and pitfalls  and then share your insights into how to smoothen those areas out or avoid them all together if possible. By meticulously evaluating your journey, you can help other people avoid making unnecessary mistakes or keep them out of harms way. 

Research what you need to know, question what you learn and study your results. Now that, is of immeasurable value!

Brian B. Kanhai.

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