FIST LOGIC

COMMONALITY.

Finding different ways to enrich and expand what we consider to be viable ‘Solo Training’ should be a priority.

Post-Lock-down I have had a few students from other schools taking some short term instruction with me due to Covid.

With visitors, I make a real effort to sew as little confusion as possible, especially as the way I teach and talk about Wing Chun is so very different than their Schools/Instructors.

There is an idea that progress is gained by listening, learning and understanding what we do.

Especially Forms.

But I think there is another way.

‘Deciding’ what we want to do.

I talk to guest students more from the context of ‘sport’ than Wing Chun.

Take any bat and ball sport or any throwing sport and look at it from the context of body movement.

There is a ‘commonality’ to these actions, typically referred to as fundamental motor skills.

If we recognise that ‘commonality’, embrace it, we are half-way to knowing how to play all other sports.

Including Kung Fu.

Cricket, tennis, baseball, shot putt, discus, they all share that ‘commonality’.

All of us have a great deal of personal experience with sports, even if we consider ourselves pretty ordinary.

Therefore we all have personal experience of at least one expression of that same commonality.

The changes to how we train, brought about by COVID, creates an environment where ‘Solo Training” is more important than ever if we wish to move forwards or simply maintain our current level.

Finding different ways to enrich and expand what we consider to be viable ‘Solo Training’ should be a priority.

Areas of interest are Physcho-neural programming, in the 1980s I had great results from the Sybervision Programs with Golf and Tennis.

Psychoneuromuscular theory.

Visualization technique.

Cognitive/Insight Learning.

Extrinsic feedback.

VIDEO.

As always…

TRAIN YOUR WEAKNESS’ – PLAY TO YOUR STRENGTH.

WHAT KIND OF DAY IS IT FOR YOU?
HOKKA HEY.

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