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Re: Elemental Exposure
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One added benefit of training out of the "regular" dojo, is that Change of Environment has been clearly demonstrated to accelerate and improve learning. I can dig out the reference if anyone feels the need to call me on it. Basically the traditionally accepted dogma of "regular quiet study locations" has been shown to not help with learning. I.E. "mixing it up" is a much better strategy to help cement our learning. I have trained outdoors 12 mos a year in the past, and its good in its way - you can do any weapon, you have tons of room, different terrain, obstacles, whatever. However, sometimes I like to REMOVE the distractions, or have mats for safety, or better lighting, or more privacy. Besides, these bones are getting older. I think my ukemi is OK, but after a summer of letting my greenbelts throw me onto the hard-baked ground my back looks forward to going back indoors.

OH, yeah. Chest deep water or surf also make interesting modifications to the training environment.

Chris

Posted on: 2010/12/23 6:35
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