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‘Twist with Torso Tilt into Bent Stride Knee’ Skill Drill Insight


Series: Standing Transitions

Technical Skill: T-Push Technique

Video Run Time: 6 minutes; 05 seconds

Practice: 15 – 20 minute to understand the Skill Keys and Drill Review; 20 – 30 minute Mentally Practice Drill Execution

Estimated Practice Duration: 35 – 50 minutes

Practice Level: Foundational



The first step to maximizing your improvement, starts with preparation. Being prepared with knowledge and information can significantly improve your readiness to physically practice a skill. The process of learning and sharpening a skill involves both mental and physical aspects, and having a strong foundation of knowledge can positively impact your practice

Our Skills Drill Insight videos will use ‘learning’ and ‘mental practice’ to have you better prepared before you physically execute the exercise.

The purpose of this practice resource is to watch and learn about how the drill is executed so that you understand and are ready to physically execute the drill on your next practice day.

If you have not done so already, it is strongly recommended that you click the link below.
How Skill Drill Insight Videos Will Make You Better Prepared To Practice



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Being prepared with knowledge and information provides a solid platform for physically practicing a skill. It facilitates a deeper understanding of the skill’s nuances, fosters efficient learning, enhances safety, and enables you to set and achieve meaningful goals. The combination of mental preparedness and physical practice will contribute to significant improvements in your skill development journey.

Understanding the fundamentals: Knowledge provides you with a clear understanding of the fundamental principles, concepts, and mechanics behind the skill. This understanding allows you to approach the practice with a well-defined framework, making it easier to build upon and refine your technique.

Visualization: Before physically engaging in the skill, having a mental representation of how it should be performed is crucial. Knowledge enables you to visualize the correct movements, postures, and techniques, which can enhance your ability to execute them accurately during practice.

Identifying mistakes: When you possess knowledge about the skill, you can recognize and correct mistakes more effectively. Understanding the correct form and mechanics allows you to identify deviations from the ideal technique and make necessary adjustments.

Feedback analysis: Knowledge helps you process and utilize feedback more effectively. Instead of merely following instructions, you can comprehend the feedback’s underlying reasons and apply it intelligently to your practice.



Watching the below videos will provide you with more knowledge and insight when assessing the key areas you need to improve.