MA for young Tommi

Re: MA for young Tommi

Postby Ancient » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:58 am

Here are some turns by Tommi and Andre during last summer:



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Re: MA for young Tommi

Postby DougD » Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:58 am

After 5 years, its great to see one of your boys (orange jacket) finally attempting a PMTS drill (Phantom Move attempts at 1:26...).

The lifting & tipping begin too late, his weight is back on his heels and he lacks the balance to maintain a one-footed stance through the whole turn. In every turn he is still pushing & extending. Still... this is a beginning.

The mission now is to get the boys to do the drills to MASTERY... at much slower speed. This will require following the instructions in ES1 and then ES2. Two turns at speed won't build the balance and movements they need to advance.

Still, these are the FIRST ever PMTS-inspired movements you've posted... so huzza! Is this Heluva's influence at work?
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Re: MA for young Tommi

Postby Ancient » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:48 pm

DougD wrote: Is this Heluva's influence at work?


Surely but also my inputs to my kids.

Thanks DougD!
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Re: MA for young Tommi

Postby Ancient » Thu Nov 02, 2017 1:12 am

Opening Training Day of the season for Tommi:

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