Take a few friends and stand in a small circle with one in the middle. Start to push and pull him or her with the intention of moving and hitting your circle friends with them. This requires you pay more attention where the middle person is more free in his movement and you can use that open door to work on someone else. The one in the middle will work on not giving support by resisting all the pushes and pulls and moving so your head is not hit and your alignment is not rigid and bent. If the middle bends down the circle will jump on him to pile on him and lever him so you learn to avoid tying your shoe in a mob 🙂

Keep breathing and walking even in place and don’t try to keep your footing. Sometimes it is better to simply lift your foot off the ground and navigate in the air than to be trampled. Choose how to work instead of reacting. Another point is to push and pull using the legs and feet and to also push and pull on the neck and head. Respect yourself and your partners and work honestly and with care to learn rather than practice what you think you know.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)

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