Thread: Blind awase
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Old 05-14-2002, 09:01 PM   #6
Join Date: Jan 2001
Posts: 482
Re: lights, darkness, go with it

Originally posted by Bruce Baker
Since you are practicing a set exercise, it is a bit easier to get used to anticipating your partner ...

... so getting the feel of bodies in the dark, and being able to sense the movement of those bodies when touched should always be in your mind ...

Oblique angles are the main entry to every technique your learn ...

... really helps when training in the dark to feel where uke or nage is standing. Position is everything to moving onto a technique.

Now, if you video tape your practice with an infrared camera, you will really see some comedy.
This thread is starting to get very kinky - let's not go too far.

But I do like the idea of blindfolds though.


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