Re: That it works, don't make it good.
Phillip Kirkan wrote:
Even if he practiced a movement to defend against the way his opponent was attacking a thousand times in the air without a partner, he still probably wouldn't have used that technique to block. Muscle memory works when you react to something; it can't be trained in kata/forms because there is nothing to react to.
I agree senshincenter.
Who says kata is a solo exercise? I know Shioda, in "Dynamic Aikido," refers to our partner training as kata.
Last edited by Adam Alexander : 06-20-2005 at 12:48 PM.