Re: Fascia and the story about Fuzz
Well said Dave and Carsten, that's my opinion.
I gave more than a year of my life to "stop doing wrong things." (Still working on it.) I would say it is of vital importance.
But, at some point you have to add "start doing right things." I'd say that's the bulk of internal training. You build the infrastructure that supports new things. But "stop doing wrong" is still important because bad habits can prevent you from using or building these new mechanisms. Looking forward to watching the video, thanks for posting....