Crispness, Smoothness, then Quickness

Being able to perform a technique with the least amount of extra movement and in a manner that does the job as directly as possible is essential to high level practice. Use the following paradigm when teaching a technique for the first time and when correcting or refining a technique to increase its effectiveness.

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