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C9L9: On Court Learning

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Finding balance is by taking measure of this physical world and creating a counter part that balances the physical part the stroke. How you produce the stroke has to include this counter part if it doesn't you are one of those billion people who just played and played and played developed and learned and their parents were perfect and every experience they had was great and it is possible. There is a learning process I think the human being strives to do this kind of learning process. We just feel if you do this on the court that is a very valuable place to learn to not just the classroom, not just stuff that somehow learning things on the court . We feel in the future is more important than people realize it can make you smarter, more intuitive, more introspective gives you much more you can be humble in the grandeur of things when you really see into it a little bit. What we don't understand much or people who don't are more full of themselves because they don't really get how grand this scheme is. The more you know the more humbled you are to be a Knight, the more you see these great champions what they are really doing in the moment. That is the beautiful thing we have great champions we also have the dawn of the modern era of tennis. We really saw how the game changed from the lawns of England to the New York US Open were it is dog eat dog, yelling screaming distractions interviews all this stuff yet we see the greatest players. Something millions of people will sit and watch what that is and that is this counter space. This magical relationship you can't see but you can sense because you see this great stuff happening and there has got to be reason. That balance is the physical part and how you produce the stroke has to include this counterpart if it doesn't those one in a billion who just played and played and developed and learned and then their parents were perfect and every experience they had was great and it is possible. There is a learning process and I think the human being strives to do this that balances the physical part and the stroke and how you produce the stroke has to include this counterpart if it doesn't those one in a billion people that just played and played and played and developed and learned and them their parents were perfect and every experience they had was great and it is possible but there is a learning process. I think the human being strives to do this process. We just feel if you do this on the court its a very valuable place to learn to not just the classroom, not just stuff that somehow learning things on the court we feel in the future is more important then people realize. It can make you smarter make you more intuitive gives you much more you can be humble in the grandeur of things see into it a little bit. What we don't understand much or people who don't are more full of themselves. Because they don't really get how grand this scheme really is . The more you know the more humbled you are to be a Knight the more you see like these great champions. What they are really doing and taking in the moment thats the beautiful thing we have great champions we also have the dawn of the modern era of tennis. We really saw the how the game changed from the lawns in England to the New York US Open where its dog eat dog were its yelling and screaming distractions, interviews all this stuff yet we see the greatest players. Something that millions of people will sit and watch what that is and that is this counter space, this magical relationship you can't see but you can sense because you see this great stuff happening and there has got to be reason.

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Duration: 5 minutes and 41 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
License: All rights reserved
Producer: Jack Broudy
Director: Jack Broudy
Views: 49
Posted by: jackbroudy on Jan 27, 2014

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