Lucky enough for me, I was able to learn the art of the ninja and view things in reverse so to not have that challenge.Limeydog said:Hi Guys,
When working on the techniques don't practice facing the TV. Turn your back and look over your shoulder, then their left becomes your left. Makes learning techniques a lot quicker...
Hope this is one of those nuggetts you are looking for
Exactly. Ukemi in the livingroom. I thought I was the only one! Satt, we got so much in common my friend. My wife just kept hoping I'd break some furniture to have an excuse to buy more!:ultracoolSatt said:Yeah, I have some advice. When you are practicing rolls in the livingroom, watch out not to run into the couch, the chairs, and breakable obects. LOL. (Not that I ever did that of course.) :ultracool Needless to say my wife has had some pretty good laughs watching me.
good point! defenitly break it up... it will help you actually feel like you are making progress too.gmunoz said:Oh yeah - don't attempt to video test everything in one day or session. Break it up and video it as you go along. If you try to record it all in one session, you'll begin to fatigue and mess up more towards the end. Form looks all screwy. Break it up and you'll still be photogenic! :supcool:
You know, that sounds like a good idea for a thread. WATCH OUT FOR THE LITTLE BROWN ENIMIES!!!Enson said:just watch out for the brown enemies that sometimes lurk in the grass...only applies if you own a dog).
Hey man, what type of camcorder do you use??? Do you just use VHS or do you have some sort of digital camcorder and just edit it with your computer or something??? Just curious. The only reason I haven't sent in my test yet is I can't figure out exactly how to go about taping it.gmunoz said:I have my little boy help me video tape my sessions of testing so that way he can make sure that I am appearing in the screen well and completely. Many times I have had to go back and edit my taped section due to mistakes or errors in recording.
very interesting. i guess if that is they way he wants it thats the way is should be done (for him anyway).jibran said: