happens all the time. If you play the stix even just a little every day
or so, the learning curve advances on the days off, just as much as the
days on, or weeks...
I have been well busy learning 2 stix and think i am getting there. I
have come to the conclusion that there is 2 ways of doing this, 1) you
learn to do it with 1 hand like a robot, and then bring in the other
hand. This may be quicker to master but then you have still got to teach
your robot hand to do something, and breaking the robot habit aint easy.
i have seen lots of one handed double stickers. 2) you learn to do it
with 2 hands which might take forever to master but almost eliminates
robot hand (there is always a degree of this in every routine). I was
somewhat forced to do the 2nd technique cos i aint very good at doing
repetitive moves over and over and over again, and it has taken a while
to get beyond the first hurdle. But then a couple of weeks ago it came
together and i see improvement every day i play. wot a buzz... the brain
goes into a kinda higher mode, very intense and quite exhausting after a
i really must put some videos on the net
> Hey, all. Sorry for the exrended absence, cool spring and a 1 y/o so
> not much time to go out and try them! But I finally had a chan ce to
> dig all of my sets out and do some demos, and I'm doing stuff I KNOW I
> couldn't do when I put them away last year! Anyone else do this?
> Your brain just finally realized it knows what to do and you can do it?
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