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Forum: Links and References 12-19-2009
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Posted By terry
Hands I've enjoyed this thread because it has...

Hands
I've enjoyed this thread because it has resulted in group-articulation of principles for learning and improving, many of which are commonly overlooked by swimmers in their unexamined pursuit of...
Forum: Links and References 12-16-2009
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Posted By terry
This is one of the most eloquent and informative...

This is one of the most eloquent and informative posts I've ever seen on the TI Forum. I look forward to meeting you in person (wish I could meet all of you in person) on my first visit to...
Forum: Links and References 12-16-2009
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Views: 12,739
Posted By terry
At this point it's easier for me to relate to...

At this point it's easier for me to relate to Haschu's experience via my efforts to learn skating-style x-c skiing. I'd been doing classic for perhaps 8 years, always on a rail trail behind my house....
Forum: Links and References 12-16-2009
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Posted By terry
Greg It is one of our ongoing frustrations that a...

Greg
It is one of our ongoing frustrations that a homegrown TI-CAN has not sprung up -- as it has in places as far-flung as Poland. Israel, South Africa, Japan, Singapore, Australia. Mostly...
Forum: Links and References 12-14-2009
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Views: 12,739
Posted By terry
Inca Your experience seems to exactly match what...

Inca
Your experience seems to exactly match what Dr John Grinder talks about in the NLP video that Ames recommended earlier in this thread.
He explained that children often learn more quickly than...
Forum: Links and References 12-14-2009
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Posted By terry
Dwag This sure sounds like a good practice to me....

Dwag
This sure sounds like a good practice to me. This raises a good question. What constitutes good practice?

In this instance, I'd say that breath-holding - simply to see how long you can hold...
Forum: Links and References 12-14-2009
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Posted By terry
Ames, Your ritual is very eastern. While in Japan...

Ames,
Your ritual is very eastern. While in Japan I saw something similar. Some people - mainly older ones - would bow to the pool when they arrived on deck, then bow again before leaving. Needless...
Forum: Links and References 12-13-2009
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Posted By terry
Ames This quote resonates particularly with me...

Ames
This quote resonates particularly with me because I believe the most striking evolution in TI has been in this direction. It would be fair to say that, for its first decade, TI was a method of...
Forum: Links and References 12-13-2009
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Views: 12,739
Posted By terry
Actually, both forms work best via a part/whole...

Actually, both forms work best via a part/whole approach. To use the organic method of stroke improvement, you have to examine your whole-stroke through a rather fine lens -- trying to be somewhat...
Forum: Links and References 12-13-2009
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Views: 12,739
Posted By terry
Here's an email exchange I had this morning with...

Here's an email exchange I had this morning with my friend from New Paltz who finds drills boring and thus cannot maintain the motivation to learn or improve that way.

From Steve:
I'm not sure that...
Forum: Links and References 12-12-2009
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Views: 12,739
Posted By terry
NLP & TI: Did you learn TI via Formal or Informal Means?

This is a question that holds particular interest for me at the moment, perhaps because it's closely related to understanding how the brain processes information. Today I received a private message...
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