One of my part-time jobs is teaching Krav Maga at a local martial arts school. I started teaching 7am classes a couple months ago because members said they would come to more classes if ones before work/school were offered. Using what I know abut game design and testing, I put together a survey to supplement… Continue reading Gamification for Fitness Challenges!
Yeah, I know, another post on teaching. But I love teaching! It not only validates that I know my shit, but it also reminds me of the nuances of a technique. There's a very specific template when it comes to teaching Krav Maga (at least, from what I learned from Krav Maga Worldwide but you'll… Continue reading Krav Maga Teaching Templates
A goal isn't a goal unless you have a plan. Before you create the plan, it's only a wish or a dream. My dream is to work on independent projects and publish something. My goal is to work on independent projects for at least 5-10 hours a week and publish one of them by next… Continue reading New Year’s #gamedev Goals
When my instructors say "Let's play a game," in my Krav Maga classes, I get excited. I love games! But, sadly, Krav Maga games don't exactly match a game designer's definition of game; there's no winner, loser, or really even any kind of quest other than tapping someone on the shoulder while they try to… Continue reading Analysis of a Krav Maga 360 Defense Drill