02

Date: 
Sunday, February 15, 2015 - 14:30 to 16:15
Room: 
Small Classroom
Student should bring: 

tsukeshime bachi (usually smaller diameter, softer "hou" wood)
nagado bachi (usually larger diameter, harder "kashi" wood)
earplugs

Class syllabus: 

Opening

16's Drill
- review and practice the essential elements
-- 0 inbetweens
-- 1 inbetween
-- 2 inbetween
-- 3 inbetween
-- 4 inbetween
- give individual feedback on grip and arm positions in particular
- do stumble-through

Grip and strike fundamentals review and feedback
- give individuals feedback on pointer/thumb as fulcrum
- give individuals feedback wrist position
- give individuals feedback on "dribbling" the bachi
-- bachi should start and end in up position
-- bachi should bounce, rather than be lifted
- explain and experiment with differences in bounciness

Gear 1 - Dribble with presses
-review concept and experiment
-push from center and moving out towards edge
--strength of push

introduce loud to soft strike technique
- "relaxed meat": stopping the bachi down without any extra tension
- work slowly through 1's section of 1eau
- teach and practice 1's section if time remains

Jam
- Tally Ho nagado groove (including cut-out)
- everyone try together, then individually

individual practice

clean, final announcements, close

Teacher(s): 
Jen Baik
Attendance: 
Stacey Nakasone
Tracey Oshiro
Nadine Skye-Davis

Classes in this Course

Date Title
Sun, February 08, 2015 01
Sun, February 15, 2015 02
Sun, February 22, 2015 03
Sun, March 01, 2015 04
Sun, March 08, 2015 05
Sun, March 15, 2015 06
Sun, March 22, 2015 07
Sun, March 29, 2015 08 - coach
Sun, April 05, 2015 09 - coach
Sun, April 12, 2015 10 - coach
Sun, April 19, 2015 11 - coach
Sun, April 26, 2015 12 - PEAC
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