gave myself my fist proper injury the other day, split my forehead open with a short ally pole trying to show some kid the scoop and going to fast... humm.
The point of this post is I spent a while afterwards wondering why I managed to hurt myself so badly with a trick Ive had nailed for months.
I came to the conclusion that I was performing, when I first started doing staff I would treat it like meditation, just let the body get into the movement and the brain float away, through this I got a solid grounding in the basics and could move onto harder things. The point is as Ive become better at staff the 'spiritual' dimension of playing has become backgrounded to performing, but as my friend points out, I always play best after about half an hour when I forget about performing and just play stick. Hence, trying to show off too fast and be got glue on me head.
Anyone else concur/disagree?
This is a post by tom, all spelling is deleberate -><- Kallisti
Posted:I don't know about meditation, but a bit of a warm up always gets the joints rolling a bit smoother and the muscles warm. I'll nail myself once or twice in the beginning if i'm not careful, but after that i can really hit the accelerator.
This could provide to be an interesting thread if we add another element.....worst injury
So far all i've done is singe arm hair, get a few minor burns on the arms, and once i even hit myself in the face with my poi lit....luckily all i got was a dirty big soot-mark And for the first time last night, my pants actually caught fire, if only for a second or two...