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Old 07-07-2003, 12:43 AM   #5
Location: Everett, WA
Join Date: May 2003
Posts: 7
C.E. Clark (Chuck Clark) wrote:
I use video and still photos a lot. I use a transparent grid over my monitor and often view action in both slow motion (one fifth speed is great) and frame by frame. It is easy to see what is happening when. The grid shows immediately if someone's center is going up or down, etc.
Wow! Now that is a scientist's mind at work. This reminds me of various training films analyzing athletes'performances, thereby they know where they can make improvement.

I wish I could film some of the seminars I attended so I can study them in detail later . Memory is such a fleeting recorder.

Fortunately (double edge), the body seems to recollect what it felt better than the mind. Am I correct?

Miss your training, Sensei.

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