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Old 05-20-2003, 09:09 AM   #5
Dave Miller
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Dojo: UCO Budo Society
Location: Oklahoma
Join Date: Apr 2003
Posts: 204
Drew Ames (jxa127) wrote:
There is a lot of value in practicing slowly when learning the movements. One key is that uke needs to give good energy and realistic movement even when working slowly, and that can be a difficult thing to learn.

After a while, though, one should be able to speed up the technique and still perform it well.
This continues to be the hardest part of being a good uke for me. How about you guys (and gals)?


If you're working too hard, you're doing it wrong.
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