Tag: techniquematters

“Join-the-dots” to improve your clients’ technique?

“Join-the-dots” to improve your clients’ technique?

Imagine you’re at a party. There’s two whiteboards at the front of the room, one person standing in front of each of them and everyone else divided into two teams. There’s three dots on each board and your team has to guess the right shape. […]

Why “Correct” Technique is a Misplaced Ideal

Why “Correct” Technique is a Misplaced Ideal

What is “correct” technique really, when you think about it? As far as I can see (and I’m sure you’ll tell me if you agree or not), the idea of “correct” only comes from one of two places: 1. An outstanding athlete who achieved better […]