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The Forward Over is an Intermediate/advanced level trick. It is a two part trick that involves first, mounting the top of the bar at the back of the swing (an 'uprise') followed by a front flip to the catcher at the top of the swing. I came to Japan with a Forward Over that was decent, safe to the net and that I had caught a few times. In terms of performance this translates as "Yeah, that's great. Let's keep working on that and see how it goes". Not ...
... when she's feeling less than enthusiastic. In her head she sings the James Brown song "I Feel Good". You know the one...." I feel good!!...naa naa naa naa naa naa naa....like I knew that I would now....naa naa naa naa naa naa naa....." Honestly, if I picture his big smiling face and sing along in my head, it really does make me feel better. At least it puts a bit of additional wind under my wings.
Next step for me....home! The ...
... rooms, they didn't just change the sheets.
They straightened our things, and even took loose change and arranged it by
The sense of space and arrangement is very prominat here. I was speaking to
one of the translators and he told me about how everyone had their own
potted plants or small garden because how cramped the city is, and how that
is how they keep a sense of nature.
Today we will be doing a washi workshop and the sumi ...
... much. He often stopped me from overworking as well.
After that we went out to eat at a place that people from Tokyo go to when they are in Kiryu because the noodles there are one of a kind in Japan. The noodles are flat, about 18 in long, and 6 inches across. They were created to reflect the textile industry of Kiryu.
Early to bed last night, to readjust. I was able to get about 8 hours of sleep, so I feel much better.
... called a "twelve pack", four days of three shows each. It was work. A two week break from performing affords two things. One, the body rests and heals. Two, the gears get a bit rusty and have to be oiled up a to get back to top performance condition. That being the case, jumping into a heavy schedule is rough. Not impossible, but not particularly comfortable as far as all the moving parts are concerned. Adding to the pressure, a few days in our lead male ...