Thursday, December 29, 2011
If you've been reading this blog awhile now, you know a little bit about what I do, how I do it and why I do it that way. I could go prattling on indefinitely, hoping that eventually I'd address your specific questions -- the same way enough monkeys at enough typewriters would eventually type up a copy of Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
OR, I could just ask you, "What do you want to know?"
So I'm asking.
We've considered making short video-clips of techniques, training drills, and/or lesson exercises -- especially for those of you who, by accident or design, have undertaken an "instructor" role without the benefit of much training on exactly how to do that.
In a perfect world, I'd have you come here and train with me every day for a year or so.
As you may have noticed, the world is not perfect.
Most people can't uproot kit & kin and trek the yellow brick road here to the and of Oz, with no means of support, while they invest 1-3 years learning the swordmasters' craft.
And I think "week-end" workshops, without any on-going follow-up, are a waste of my time and your money.
What can we do?
What can I offer you that would help you become a better fencer, fighter, teacher?
Don't be shy.
What do you want? What do you think you need?
If I can help you with it, I will.
Posted by Adam Crown, M.d'A. at 1:33 PM