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    Hi Friends,

    My latest blog is about Kenpo's Rearrangement Concept.

    To read it, just click here:


    http://jamieseabrook.blogspot.com/


    Feel free to comment/discuss on this thread.


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    Default Re: Rearrangement Concept

    Another well written installment. You know, sometimes I use your stuff when I'm teaching, so thanks.

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    nice article jamie and i agreed with you right up until you mentioned the extentions,they are not necessary if you know the base techniques well or have been taught them properly. on a side note i do them because that is how i was originally trained but i don't focus on them just more to remember and less time working the base moves. i know the extensions have the base move at the start but don't do the extension and that is another extra rep for the base to be worked. but a well written post and i look forward to your next one.
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    Default Re: Rearrangement Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by execkenpo View Post
    Another well written installment. You know, sometimes I use your stuff when I'm teaching, so thanks.
    Jamie's gonna charge royalties!!
    So how many students you got?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brother John View Post
    Jamie's gonna charge royalties!!
    So how many students you got?

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    Nah, he's an academic not a capitalist like me . I don't have my own school, I teach at the school where I train but I'm allowed a certain latitude in how I present the lesson. We have a format to our classes we follow; warm-up, workout, drill then belt material. I will use the drill time to work on different concepts depending on the skill level of the students.

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    Default Re: Rearrangement Concept

    Well, Mr. S, you asked for it:
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    Feel free to comment/discuss on this thread.
    Pretty good, actually.

    You mentioned not introducing the concept too early. At what point do you introduce it? A particular level, or do you look for signs the student is ready? Do you allow the students the flexability to rearrange from the outset if things should go wrong? Dummies don't allways act/react right, for example. And often we get confused when doing new techniques. I worked with one instructor whose philosophy was that, if you blow the technique, you don't stop. Finish him off with something, preferably rearanging the same tech, then critique what went wrong after. To stop built in bad habbits. What is your take on that?

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