Fluidity of Movement
Bob taught last night. At first he had us working on responses to a static ushiro attack. We did a few of these. Towards the end of class, he asked us to respond to the ushiro attack any way we wanted but with fluid movement.
Some students do things step by step. Raise hands... step out... move arm certain way... do technique...etc. Bob was trying to get people to move with more fluidity. To not stop in the middle of the technique.
After class I grabbed someone to try to do that swoopy thing that we did with Matt on Monday at NSA.... couldn't remember how we set it up.