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Total practice time: 1 minutes
110' - 5b rev casc - [typing while doing:] .. #fractalPractise[°] - klutzing, finding back into transitioning from normal throws' launch, ~10 th, .. speedier now, 10-20 th, .. a bit comfortably higher again now ("speedy" was too low), but inaccurate, 20-30 th, .. well in rhythm & better (focus / concentration on) aiming now, 75 th, .. drifts, .. fluent now, better aiming, slighter spread, good rhythm, but still drifts, no full control, not snapped-in, attention slightly behind pattern-speed, 81 th, .. 93 (@ 45'), .. 116 (75', hazardous), 135, .. doing relaxed now, not tensed, .. settling, synchronizing mindspeed, in good patterns, is now the issue, .. 143 (two three periods of bail out to get over mind-barrier 100 t), 117, 129, .. rolls now, good long runs, almost ``bored´´, or with peripheral attention only, no distinct focus that I'm aware of, feels highly automized, ( unbiasing: still fails & blunders also, though, not always gettin' it ).. 91, 127, 113 throws runs longer than 90 throws. [ chart: 5b reverse cascade progress: 143 ]
[°] - In matters of ``fractal Practise´´, I should compare my stages of improvement, finding into pattern, within this stint ( finding back into the reverse throws' movement, the action pattern, which is still not granted anytime --> get a viable speed per height ratio --> put the whole thing on a comfortable height --> getting accurate aiming --> getting the rhythm well --> getting long runs, relaxing, avoiding any tensions --> settling in snapped-in pattern ), .. compare that with my alltime progress on 5b rev ( http://www.jugglingedge.com/logcalendar.php?UserID=885&Tag%5B%5D=%23StagesOfLearning&Tag%5B%5D=5+ball+tricks, 2018 and http://www.jugglingedge.com/logcalendar.php?Y=2017&UserID=885&Tag=%23StagesOfLearning&Tag=5+ball+tricks, starting Oct 2017 ).
*edit, 2days*: .. I'm pretty positive that that alltime progress is pretty much roughly the same as the stages of finding into pattern within a single stint.
Then, also, in average, those stages appear in every single run (unless, in good phases, I launch right into perfect patterns that instantly roll like ever): klutzing the first period to re-put it on the right height just to keep it up, --> then get the ratioes well (height, speed, dwelltime) --> then getting the whole thing as comfortable as can --> then settling in that ongoin pattern to make it a long rolling run.
So, alltime progress, single stint and a single run all work after a same scheme.
I wonder if this roughly still applies to also a single throw (the milliseconds of changing focusses) on a more detailed scale, and aswell, on a general scale for the evolution of juggling skills throughout a single convention, the development of a club, the community as a whole and skill improvement throughout history!? (then if it goes for all lifeforms in the universe juggling lol)
Total practice time: 110 minutes
Location: indoors low ceiling
5b casc varied - ~10 min. Usual. And endured 489 throws (only run).
7b casc - ~150 min. ,,, 43,,,, ~40+,,,,,, throws runs longer than 38 th. [Commas = timeline] Long dull worn phase: doing wrong is more strenuous than doing right, and can tear you down into dulling time away .. still mostly do it wrong instinctively - mostly have to willingly d e c i d e to
a) heartily not launch the first four throws too low [I do ladder start],
b) aim well where I want the top of the pattern, (visualize it, spot it in the empty air above, think of it)
c) put that top of the pattern almost above head (= juggle near the body),
d) do nimble from loosened wrists,
e) then simply feed the top of the pattern,
f) scooping some, throwing somewhat more from inside (but that's later, for running pattern, drift-stuff, at 25 to 35 throws). Only sometimes, when I'm `well connected´, when I `got the knack´, do I do all of these automatically, even instinctively right without thinking, and juggle will then be easy & swift & relaxed even, but mostly not (maybe futilely focussing on what can't be granted while doing previous steps wrong). Going back to launching well, exaggerating flapping wrists, speeding up, should then slowly get back into again, get running patterns in the first place, to then further work on later problems like drifts. #fractalPractise [ dailyLongestRun7b: 43 ]
Total practice time: 160 minutes
Location: uneven cobbles under bridge
5b div - 20 min. Casc varied. A bit split bx and bx and chaotic °56756-attempts.
7b casc - 90 min. 36 (@ 30'), ~35, ~37, 35, ~35(?), 36(?) throws runs longer than 33 th. Got into swift speedy (almost lax) launches into swift easy pattern later [ dailyLongestRun7b: 36 ]
#fractalPractise ? - I often don't get it early in a session or stint. Early good runs rather happen when I practise daily a real lot.
1. get some periods kept up (~20-25 max throws, most rather less, having more early fails),
doing pretty too high pattern,
2. find into suitable beat-height-ratio at decent better jugglable height. Here or under 1. ca-
-sually doing higher and higher to keep pattern up. (around 30+ max, but still
many ~20-25 and still early fails)
3. you got the pattern up, but not relaxed, rather working it, failing on drifts (towards too wide,
tow. halfshower, tow. getting too low, tow. spin \ torn turning with body, tow. having
to walk ahead, anything). But at least, now you can spot such drifts and work
4. somewhat stable pattern found and partly controlled, but not at will ..
5. (?) [not there yet]
Aren't these the same steps you take from ever learning the pattern from when you started to flash it, qualify it, a.s.o.?
So, the learning process is repeated each time you have to work yourself back into it!?
[edit, 16,02,2016] Same with every single run: get the launch, the flash --> get the height --> get the ratio --> settle into keeping it up. - - - So, that's three (?) levels: the whole learning history, a stint / a session, and the single run, all sharing the same build-up.
Total practice time: 110 minutes
Location: concrete area among fields