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    Quote Originally Posted by karma2343 View Post
    Try two or three high percentage throws and drill them into the students. You only have a little time, so you can't teach them too much or nothing will stick.
    I ended up doing this. I worked on O soto gari. I then worked on mount escapes.:gaygay:

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    Any chance you can do a future seminar where you teach 160lb kids how to weigh more?
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    Not a problem.

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    Excellent. Watching the videos of the NYC throwdown made me want to donate money to feed starving children.
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    Throw in some gallons of milk and we have a gameplan.
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    It's best to teach something that's distinctly different from what's taught immediately before or after your seminar; otherwise "active inhibition" sets in, and the learning doesn't stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless View Post
    I ended up doing this. I worked on O soto gari. I then worked on mount escapes.:gaygay:
    Does this mean I win some sort of prize?

    But seriously, I cant wait to one day do Judo just so I can know what you guys are talking about.

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    If I were attending a seminar by you, I'd like to learn about balance. Particularly, the mechanics of balance, and how to keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scientific View Post
    It's best to teach something that's distinctly different from what's taught immediately before or after your seminar; otherwise "active inhibition" sets in, and the learning doesn't stick.
    If I knew what was being taught I wouldn't have started this thread. I agree though.

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