Here are a few shots of him getting some one on one time working his form and basic moves. Colton learned his first form very quickly and was doing so well we approached Master Clayton and asked his thoughts on entering him in the tournament that was coming up. He thought it was a great idea so we did.
Now this momma was a nervous wreck. First tournament, in a foreign sport to me, and daddy had drill. So grandma came with me and I have some great moms I know that went.
As we sat at the tournament Colton was #4 of 5. The first 3 kids went to the mat with their coaches. And the coaches actually led them through their forms. Now this surprised me. My thoughts were you had to know the form to be able to compete. So now it was Colton's turn. He hops up, alone, goes to the mat, blows through his form and sits. Many of the parents looked at me with a look like "holy shit". I just smiled went back and sat with him and gave him a high five. The 5th kid hits the mat and he runs the form on his on as well, no coach.
He is still shorter than the second place kid standing on a platform above him hehe