On 7/18/07, Jacob Davenport <jacob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I suggest this exercise. First, play eight yellow defenders (four medium and four large) scattered with about four inches between them. Then take a stash of red pieces and quickly ice them all. Ice them without crashing, with the tips nice and close, and minimally (no extra attacker points, you should have a medium left over). This practices moving fast and precisely on an attack, a skill that is always valuable. Then take exactly one large green piece and use it to restructure all the attacks, ending with the green piece successful. This practices restructuring attacks, and assumes that the green player gave you the prisoner on the agreement that you'd not squander it.
Do you have the capacity to make a video of you performing this exercise? I think that would be terribly enlightening. -- - |) () /\/ Like watching a(n) <insert name of martial arts here> master perform a kata