Hastings Tuesday class (ONLY the one 5.30pm class) - instructor isolation due to covid contact requires Hastings class to be postponed. ALL following classes are catered for. If you have friends who you know attend that particular class, it would be helpful if u coukd touch base with then. Many thx ... See MoreSee Less
What makes a Master? Not just in Taekwon-Do, but in any field or sport? Practice is essential for developing a skill, but becoming an expert requires constantly challenging yourself to do better, learn more, and acquire new knowledge and skills. Rehearsing the same skills over and over again will make you better in those areas, but it won't lead to true expertise. Skills that are just outside of your current ability level are in the zone of proximal development. While you might not yet be able to do these things on your own, you can achieve them with the assistance of a more skilled mentor. By reaching for these new skills, mastering them, and then progressively expanding this zone of proximal development, you can develop and strengthen your abilities. Becoming an expert requires constantly working within this zone of proximal development. Even once you have become very good at a skill, this does not mean that even greater expertise is out of reach. More learning, more knowledge, and better performance are still possible with further challenge and practice.