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Old 06-13-2006, 02:40 AM   #3
Gary Turner
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Lol!
Its a funny one as there is no right answer...

As Greg says, you should do your technical learning while fresh, giving you more opportunity to get the techniques right and learn better...

BUT...

Often the biggest hold up to getting a technique (be it combination, individual application, whatever) is to 'try' to get it to work. Invariably this makes the practitioner try with too much tension. With my students I am noting that their technique keeps getting better the more tired they are during a session...seems that they are so knackered, they can't try, they just do!

Badly worded, but I hope you get the gist.

Summarise - variety is always the key!

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