Beginners (and advanced students for that matter) should establish a regular and consistent training schedule in order to learn techniques efficiently and not develop too many bad habits. In general, the more you train the faster you’ll learn. Three times a week is a reasonable target for beginners to aspire to. Two times a week is OK, but learning is slower. Progress is very slow and bad habits become rampant at practice levels below two times per week.
It is important that beginners not expect instant results! Martial Arts takes patience and perseverance – it takes years to become proficient no matter how often you train. We offer plenty of training opportunities during the week
and we do not charge extra like some schools if a student wants to practice more than 2 times per week. This is the secret to why our students are so good and perform at the top of tournaments and perform great demonstrations because many of them practice every day.