A picture is worth a thousand words, and actions speak louder than words. So rather than speaking, take a photo of yourself doing something and show it to people instead.
Circus and acrobatics are a physical discipline. A conversation between two or more people with just our bodies. There are times when words are unable to convey our intended meaning, and so we must turn to and rely on ‘non-verbal communication’
We’ve warmed up, we’ve worked on improving some of our existing skills, now we want to tackle learning new ones. Learning a new skill is an exhilarating, fun and rewarding experience. One we’d like to have as much as possible. It’s essentially crack.
What’s the best way to be able to learn new material consistently and safely?
You, in your busy 21st-century modern life, have a finite amount of time to spend on training. So you’d better use your time wisely.
Let’s look at how to structure your training to get the most out of it, to make it so efficient that Japanese Toyota employees would look at it and say “あなたは本当に行って翻訳をチェックしましたか”. Translation? “God damn that’s efficient’. In the next few articles, we’re going to break up training into four chunks: warm up, existing skill refinement, new skill acquisition, and conditioning.