Thank you guys for putting together an awesome course, I appreciate every aspect of it including everyone involved from participants to instructors.
I really vibed with the class philosophy in aiming to provide an overview of tools and more importantly a framework to expand in skills and knowledge. Instead of telling us what to do, giving us the skill set to discover why things are done and allowing us to discover what we don’t know and how to navigate that safe-ish. Even things that I wouldn’t naturally think to focus on like proprioceptive / kinesthetics, to mental models for decision making.
Using video footage was really useful and perhaps using more of it as a learning tool and a resource that we can refer back to in the future could be helpful. I know it’s not always possible to film and analyze footage but seeing Will stall surge and use his fronts to nail the accuracy landing at Rubidoux was a nice visual reinforcement for things we learned on the first day. It could apply to other things we were learning like the kinesthetics exercises, water training, pendulator, etc. Sometimes there is a disconnect between what we think we are doing and what we are actually doing and I've found visual references help bridge that gap.
I know time was a constraint given the comprehensive topics that we covered and I know it's only meant as an introduction, but would have liked to do another day of accuracy training.
Lastly, the community aspect was probably my favourite part of the class and hope you continue to focus on that. It was very helpful to hear everyone's different perspectives from different stages in their base journey.