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Old 05-17-2007, 08:25 PM   #5
Jon Shickel
Dojo: Elkton Ki-Aikido
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Re: Observing a technique

I think I probably learn new material best by writing. I go home and write some notes and draw little pictures to help me sort it out in my mind (well, if I don't fall asleep first. Classes are pretty late for me. ) Maybe not an ideal learning style for this sort of thing.

I'll keep an special eye on the feet. Everything is so flowing, it's hard for me to break it into parts. Maybe I shouldn't try to, but I really need to at this level. And there is both Uke and Nage to pay attention to, and their interaction, and .... oh well, I'll keep plugging away.

Thanks to all!
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