ABOUT THIS VIDEO: Some people get neurotic about how much time they can train. They believe there is a certain amount of minutes they should do, and if they can't do that, then they will never get better.
And then what happens? They usually don't train AT ALL.
Well, I'm here to say three things: (1) ANY training is better than none. (2) There is something called "the law of diminishing returns," which states that the longer you do something, the quality of your performance will drop, which therefore means there is no benefit to going past that point anyway, and (3) you shouldn't worry so much about how much time you do. Instead, focus on what you can do in that time.
What do I mean? Well, let's say you and I both have only 5 minutes to train. In your 5 minutes, you practice 1,000 punches. However, in MY 5, I do 1,000 punches WHILE MOVING AROUND THE ROOM TO PRACTICE MY FOOTWORK.
5 minutes per person, yet I technically got "double the training" done.
That is what this video covers: how you can COMBINE different training activities to get the most out of your time.