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IndieWire wrote that director Jennings was able to turn Yorke's "spastic" dancing into art. The website described the concept as "simple" and genius", and said the video was "bizarrely compelling
with Yorke's flailing, curiously spellbinding limbs as the main attraction." ... They praised the dancing of Yorke, saying "somehow, even though he seems to be mass of tangled limbs in the grip of an attack of some sort, it works."
McNamara said he was walking on Arch Street around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday when he saw a group of about 10 people attacking a man who looked like an office worker from one of the downtown buildings.
“They were really coming down on this one guy,’’ McNamara said in a telephone interview. He said one person, a teenager with short cropped hair and red sweatshirt, was the most aggressive attacker. “I didn’t really realize what was going on until I was in the middle of it.’’
When the victim got up and tried to break away from his attackers, McNamara said, the assailants followed him as he crossed back and forth across Arch Street in search of a safe place to stop. He described the flow of attackers as “like a swarm. It actually enveloped me at one point.’’
Stryke wrote:So much karate is done move then do something , where as as per this thread were really needing move while doing something .
They move. They stop. They do a technique with huffing and puffing. They stop. They move. They stop. They do another technique with huffing and puffing. They stop.
Van Canna wrote:What is your take on 'pauses'...
Van Canna wrote:I 'pause' mentally while trying to mentally calculate incoming lines of force and direction, and to make sure that the kata sequences I am doing...are deliberate and accurate.
This is what I see in Master Shinjo here:
And in Master Tomoyose here:
But, as always, everyone of us will find the individual 'way'
Decades back, George brought a Fuzhou crane master from mainland China to teach us on Thompson island.
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