MAW News: So, you touched on it a little bit. Describe how you mold your curriculum in order to accomplish those objectives. You talked a lot about the application of your curriculum as it applies to student retention, how do you deal with that? How do you solve that problem in your operation? SH: We really are kind of radical. When I look around at martial arts schools in general, I think we’re pretty radical. We took the ninja martial art that I studied in the 1970’s, how people fought in Japan in the 1500’s and there are certain principles, and over some years I took those principles and overlaid
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