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Oct
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answered Transitioning between similar arts
Oct
5
comment What are the signs *not* to train at a specific school?
@Russell I don't know if I can, but it's a good idea.
Oct
5
comment What are the signs *not* to train at a specific school?
Nice additions! I chose Sardathrion's answer because it was more complete; however, I don't want to discredit yours. I'm just not sure how to do that, other than upvoting it too. I hope that works out well enough.
Oct
5
accepted What are the signs *not* to train at a specific school?
Oct
5
revised What are the signs *not* to train at a specific school?
Fixed wording. Somehow made a major screw-up.
Oct
4
asked What are the signs *not* to train at a specific school?
Oct
2
revised What is the best martial art for reducing back pain and stress while increasing my fitness?
Add reasoning
Oct
2
revised What is the best martial art for reducing back pain and stress while increasing my fitness?
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Sep
24
answered how to overcome “freeze”?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
20
comment Drills for teaching range analysis
@DaveLiepmann These are all valid points. I chose to omit all of these for the sake of brevity. Why was it unproductive? Or was it just because of the arguments you listed? If so, I would hazard that maybe you did the drill without complete mindfulness. It is also entirely possible that you do not learn well from drills like these and require drills with more movements to integrate the learning, just like I don't learn as well with drills that have more movements, when I am on the fundamental level.
Sep
20
revised Drills for teaching range analysis
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Sep
19
comment Drills for teaching range analysis
Aww. I got downvoted. May I please get some feedback as to why this answer was not useful?
Sep
16
answered Drills for teaching range analysis
Sep
3
answered Avoiding breath lockups
Aug
29
answered Why drop the bokken vertical prior to a downstroke?
Aug
21
comment How can a teacher recognize that a student has progressed from 'ha' to 'ri'?
Well, my question is about the state - that is, the transition has occurred.
Aug
21
reviewed Approve shu-ha-ri tag wiki excerpt
Aug
21
reviewed Approve shu-ha-ri tag wiki
Aug
21
comment How can a teacher recognize that a student has progressed from 'ha' to 'ri'?
Where did I say the question was about the transition? My question is, "when does the teacher know the transition has occurred". And sure, it's prey to the sorites paradox, but a heap of sand still exists before you remove grains of sand. Why are you removing the grains of sand, you sadist?