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astonSILVER Member Unofficial Chairperson of Squirrel Defense League
4,061 posts Location: South Africa
Posted: This is following off the back of discussion here and is AlienJon's idea.
I do not have too much to add to that, except that the idea of having a list of moves/move families (I know that there is one somewhere....) linked into a web might actually be a good idea for deciding what to learn next.
Like I said, some moves are required as a basis: TTNs and btb Weaves are a lot easier to learn after Butterflies and normal weaves. Other stuff, like throws, can be learned whenever is convenient.
Any such map would have to be personalised to a large extent I think.
Any other thoughts?
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