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Old 04-16-2014, 06:55 PM   #15
Adam Huss
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Re: What is an "advanced technique?"

Peter Boylan wrote: View Post
I had the chance to get together with some friends a couple of weekends ago, all of whom are quite experienced and skilled martial artists. You would think we would play around with really advanced stuff with that sort of crowd. Instead we did the most basic of techniques. The weekend emphasized something I've thought for years, that there is no such thing as an advanced technique. There is only the basics done really, really well. I wrote this blog post about it.

What do you think? Are there advanced techniques that I'm just completely clueless about?
We would call any technique not in a documented curriculum of kihon waza as "advanced." Not necessarily indicating difficult or flashy, just not kihon.

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