Re: Group by attack or throw or neither?
Depnding on who you work with:
- For beginers, it is often better to work on a single lock from multiple slightly differeing (and often escalating) situations.
- For mid-level, it might be fun to show how many different solutions exist for the same attack, possibly consider the relevant timing etc.
- For slightly advanced, you can do the same as above, or cover a wide spectrum: go over situations and try a different technque for each, possibly even try in each sitution the techniques which do not apear natural at that situation without forcing and with only minimal cooperation (I led such a practice once, it was interesting).
- For advanced, anything goes, from including multiple sessions on one point in a single technique variation, or any type of grouping, adapting to the situation ...