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Old 10-01-2012, 05:39 PM   #18
danj
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Re: flow, or technique

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Phi Truong wrote: View Post

i have seen folks who focused on technique and never got beyond into the flow, and this applied to most martial arts that i encountered. i also saw folks focus on the flow and their techniques are sloppy. based on my personal experience, which isn't all the much, arts that have competition component, the good ones will be better with the flow, i.e. moving beyond technique, sooner.
Agree with this, all school based pedagogy have their limitations (despite the brochure). I see people trapped in technique and trapped in flow all the time...sadly i'm one of them

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Lynn Seiser wrote: View Post
IMHO, this is the problem with individual learning strategies and group instruction.
Is this maybe a case for Koryu style study under a master teacher?

best and great discussion,
dan

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