Originally Posted by Chris Herzog
Thanks Chris good answer.
Me personally dont have to worry about being in good hands re my instructor as its Mick Broster and he is, imo, the best around.
Hopefully in the future I wont need the sort of rehab and injury prevention measures that you do now. Seems like I have been blessed with the instuctors I have trained under in my short time doing grappling and MMA. I suppose if your first instructor is good then you will be able to spot the not-so-good ones later on down the line; whereas if your unlucky and your first instructor is terrible then it can damage you greatly. We see this all the time at Elements, which is why we find workin with first timers a pleasure; they are a blank canvas especially the younger ones.