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i am max , a 15 ( get 16 on friday the 22.11 ) years old ( young ) guy . i began some days ago to swing with a staff . before that i did many things with staffs ( not swinging ) and so i think that i am not really bad at this ( i can already all moves from the "free lessons" ) . i train about 1-2 hours every day and thats the first question i have : is that enough ? how much are you training ? my other question is : are there any good books about staff swinging somewhere in the world ? you cant find one ( no not even one ) book in germany where you could learn some new things about swinging and so on ..
would be very glad if someone could help me
bye | max
please excuse my very bad english . i didnt learn already much english
[ 19. November 2002, 09:56: Message edited by: duvan ]
Sporadically Prodigal Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Total posts: 2758
Posted:Hello Max and Welcome!
It's always great to have another staffer here at Home of Poi. There is actually a book for sale in the online shop here dedicated to the art of staff, as well as a video by Charles, one of our moderators. Click here for relevant page.
Why not introduce yourself properly in the Introductions Forum. We'd love to hear more from you.
I think training 1 - 2 hours is a lot! You must be very disciplined.
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