Gymnasium full of spectators, MA's wandering the hallways complaning of lost points, bruises and poor judging. Out into the middle of the floor steps six (or eight or 10) Uechi BB's. Half face at a 45 degree angle to one side of the gym and half stand opposite to the first group at a 45 degree angle to the other side of the gym.
Simultaneously, the first group bows and steps into Sanchin, draws their arms up and await Sanchin "test". The second group moves into position in front of the first group and at each count simulatenously strikes the first group of BB's with similar techniqes test. The test would be just for the "front" (i.e. arms, abs, neck, thighs, etc.).
After finishing the test, the second group of BB's returns to their original starting place, enters into their Sanchin position and is then tested similarly by the 1st. group. At the end of the test the second group returns to their Sanchin position and then at each count all BB's move simulatenously towards each other through the kata until they reach each other. I am imaging that at this point, all of the BB's are aligned with each other, alternating in opposite directions, with enough space between the BB's to perform a turn without bumping into each other. On command all the BB's perform the turn. The second group of then smartly steps over to 1st group of BB's and on each count, simultaneously tests with similar strikes, the "traps". "lats", etc. of the 1st. group of BB's. The second group returns to the line, assumes the Sanchin position and the 1st. group of BB's "repeats the favor". The 1st. group returns to the line, reassumes the Sanchin position and then the groups move away from each other with each count. After a sufficent number of steps and strkes, all BB's turn and at this point the groups would be facing each other once again. On count, the BB's perform the three arm strikes, simulatneously move to the sides to and then back towards each other to perform the tiger strikes and then return to closed gate position and bow out the form.
Would this demo. be practical? Would it "look good"? Any input would be appreciated. Any other "creative" suggestions for performing a group Sanchin.
For the time being please let's leave aside inanimate object breaking (i.e. bats, boards, bricks, tiles, ice, etc.) as well as anything having to do with breaking inanimate obects over various portions of human anatomy. I harbor no hostility toward these objects so why would I want to attack and destroy them?