This is a topic that I’ve spent the past 8 years or so studying but I’m still looking forward to spending somewhere close to 9 hours immersed in it.
Here’s the description for the workshop. Give it a quick read and then come on back.
There are several very good reasons to study a subject that you’re familiar with and I’ll list a few hear
- familiar concepts presented slightly differently and/or using different phrasing
- a pair of eyes that whose emphasis differs from the usual set
- situations presented in different contexts
It all results generally in a deepening of your knowledge which is how I generally like to direct my study.
Here’s a few direct examples (beyond what I just mentioned) that has me really curious:
- “3 types of attack” – I can only think of 2!
- “compound attacks” – curious to know what these are
- “beats” – I can definitely benefit from this
- “General tactical considerations” – this will really deepen how I approach different opponents
There are things in there for novice students as well as more experienced ones. For me personally this will deepen what (I think) I already know and whet my appetite on new stuff.