Peter Rehse wrote:
The Shodokan Aikido training method involves a fairly rigorous warm-up, followed by drills and technique sections interspersed by drills. There is a definite rhythm to the training which can be totally disrupted by individual action.
Can you give a few examples of such "individual action" - either things you have come across, or that you could imagin? Without examples, I fear we might get into discussion without actually knowing what the other person is referring to.