By mingmengv4, Oct 21 2016 03:32PM
When training, develop don’t acquire!
Acquiring something is defined as coming into possession or ownership or to gain for oneself through actions or effort.
Development is an act of improving or enlarging or refining a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage, especially a more advanced or mature stage.
Acquiring means you have a thing, it doesn’t mean you know or understand what it is or how to use it or how to fix it.
Development shows a process of understanding, which builds on what has come before.
You have to build and build when training. You need time for your body to become accustomed to new concepts and methods of training. Getting better at what you are doing comes in small imperceptible steps and is never like the films or TV shows, which many people think are reality.