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Leadership Skills You Learn From Martial Arts Training

Updated: Feb 23, 2021

People often ask, “What style of martial arts training should I choose for my training?”

The real question is: What are your goals? If leadership is one of them, we are here to support you.

At Competitive Edge, we focus on character development.

By character development we mean strengthening the qualities of perseverance, poise, and oppositional harmony, rather than training you to be the toughest guy in the room. Letting go of the need to dominate is true leadership. The skills to see the true nature of a situation are yours to gain when you focus your attention on letting go of self doubt and stepping into mastery.

Instead of focusing on a particular style, look for an instructor you can work with consistently and comfortably with and develop a relationship.

Sign up for a free class or an inexpensive trial program. Take a few classes to get a feel for what it’s going to be like. Be ready to keep a time commitment for effective training. It won’t happen in one month.

Send us an email to And let us know what city you are in. If we don’t have an academy in your city, we have a network of friends, and we can put you in touch with what you need: professional support for a competent, structured, effective martial arts program.

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