Check List for Anticipation

This blog entry sums up the check list for anticipation and serves as a reference. There are two parts. The first part includes some notes. After some time, you won’t need these notes any longer. Then, the second part with some key words will suffice. I will present the working techniques for examining these questions […]

The post was published 1. August 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Anticipation, Part 4

Theories are one thing, applying them is another. The example of the windshield wiper (Anticipation, Part 2) serves as a basis to apply the model of anticipation. You will have a hard time following the details, if you haven’t read certain blog entries. So, if you feel unfamiliar with some of the presented things, do […]

The post was published 11. July 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Anticipation, Part 3

The model of the circular process still lacks some details. I mentioned a special trigger and it lacks the response execution (Anticipation, Part 2). So, without further ado, an extended model of anticipation.     This model cannot be found in books. It is shortened and simplified for convenience reasons. In summary, it is far […]

The post was published 4. July 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Anticipation, Part 2

The model for anticipating movements isn’t completed yet, but the following example clarifies the circular process that was presented in the first part. Circular process for forming an internal model This example is especially fabricated and can be carried out easily. There is no need for a special training area, only a willing partner and […]

The post was published 27. June 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Anticipation, Part 1

Anticipation is nothing special, if you keep in mind the original model of the reaction chain. You need only slight changes. The necessary changes include an internal model of future events and a special trigger for starting the chosen reaction. Furthermore, it is much better to look at it as a circular process that is […]

The post was published 20. June 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Transmissions in daily life, Part 3

The example of a door that modifies your movement in the blog entry “Transmissions in daily life, Part 2” is just one of numerous examples. Another transmission is cycling. There is an important reason why I present these examples in detail. These examples offer a glimpse of the complexity of conscious and unconscious learning. Even […]

The post was published 24. January 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , .

Daily Failures, Part 5

One can compile long lists of basic motor control problems in martial arts and still, wrong internal models and their underlying reasons will always be on top of it. It seems that the human body is not meant to live and cope with an ever-changing environment that alters its state too fast. Martial arts have […]

The post was published 4. January 2014 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , , .

Daily Failures, Part 3

The following daily failures address internal models, how rhythms are set and how this process fails due to certain boundary conditions. It is important that internal models are based on all available information. These include rules, goals and knowledge of cause and effect. It is a common error to exclude or not consider certain pieces […]

The post was published 20. December 2013 related to the category Miscellaneous and tagged with , , .