Check this out……
From 2005 to 2014 I have coached
World Champions in Brazilian Jiujitsu,
Olympians in Judo, and World Class
Mixed Martial Arts Fighters and it’s
not because I’m a great coach, it’s
because I cracked the code on learning
to the point where I can virtually
take the information in my head and
pump it into my clients like I’m
downloaded a program on a computer.
The methods that I employ are so
effective that people have accused
me of taking shortcuts, using tactics,
teaching tricks and all kind of things
because they do NOT understand that
you CANNOT cut corners but you CAN
shorten the process by lengthening
the practice time IF AND ONLY IF
THE PRACTICE TIME IS USED CORRECTLY
Right now for literally, pennies on
the dollar, I am willing to share with
you this method which has produced
champions time and time again. JUST
THINK, if I could fast forward you in
a race by 30 days, would you take it?
If I could make you 30 days smarter,
more intelligent, more technical…
would you take it?
Of course you would.
Well, in 8 hours, on December 3rd,
I will increase your learning curve
by a 30 days. That’s right. By 30
days in 8 hours.
Dr. Ferguson, How Can You Do That?
See, most of you practice, at most,
2 hours a week at judo or BJJ. After
all of the warmups, the drills, the
cool downs, the games, the talking,
and things that you do in which you
are not really learning technique,
you’re only really getting a MAXIMUM
of 2 hours of work a week.
Even with the live randori and
“rolling”, if you add it up, it’s
not alot of time. It’s good time
but you need more time if you want to
accelerate your learning curve.
So, here’s how I will fix that for you.
I will give you 8 hours of Deliberate
Pracitice training for pennies on the dollar
AND allow you to bring a training partner
for NO CHARGE.
Here’s how –> www.TinyUrl.com/TeachMeDoc
I’m going to give you 8 hours!!
So I will literally speed up your learning
curve by 30 Days!!!
I know that you get frustrated when
you’ve practiced a technique and you
know it but are super frustrated because
you can’t pull it off in competition.
I also know that you have seen some of
your classmates and teammates improve
and pass you because they’ve been able
to hang around the gym after practice and
even pay for private lessons on a regular basis.
I am also aware that you have been
practicing by yourself and YOU KNOW
FOR A FACT THAT YOU COULD BE
BETTER AND GET BETTER IF SOMEONE
JUST CHOSE TO INVEST SOME QUALITY
TIME INTO YOU AND YOUR TECHNIQUE.