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the tactical mindset is just very new way of looking at things for me
Shana, could you explain this a little more for me. can you describe "tactical" .
maxwell ainley wrote: I was working from the bottam upwards ,rather than go straight to a specific mindset ,which 99 times out of a hundred is undergoing change anyway .
In the early stages of the Kanbun method you arn't really into analysis ,you have enough on your plate attempting to stay with the method ,so really we are building grit ,this grit as transferable properties to the fight ,we are also sharpening the senses rather than analysis ,everything I am talking about is getting the student to absorbe or internalize whats being presented ,this is simple yet its totally overlooked ,so its not talk ,but a critical component to a fight ,observation .
So the mind state is building observation skills rather than analysis skills at these stages .
maxwell ainley wrote: ...tongue control...Each concept I am presenting overlaps and takes on board another " The students had to follow Kanbuns movements in absolute silence "
A martial mindset is in the making .
maxwell ainley wrote: Yes patience is a aspect of the martial mindset ,no question about that ,to work out tactics in the first place requires patience ...
Modern life lacks patience .
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