I think recording can help

Discussion in 'Lightsaber Choreography' started by DarkMinx34, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. DarkMinx34

    DarkMinx34 Member

    I was thinking about it and I feel like one of the best ways to learn something is not just by watching it and doing it, but seeing yourself do it as well. Like if I were to practice things and record them, I can go back and see mistakes as well as improvements. Does anyone do that here?
     
  2. I'm recording and analyzing our sparring bouts in HEMA for years now. It's an incredible learning tool - and I do the same for sabering.
     
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  3. bK4n3

    bK4n3 Member

    I never thought to do this myself but it makes sense. I think this is a great tip anyone can use for learning. I have a friend who records himself doing all of his hobbies. I guess this is similar to what professional athletes do after games to see where they can improve.
     
  4. DarkMinx34

    DarkMinx34 Member

    I am glad to see that this is a true statement and not just an opinion or thought I had! haha
     
  5. DarkMinx34

    DarkMinx34 Member

    EXACTLY! All sports players and the like will watch their games and practices to improve so it makes sense that it can help with just about anything involving body movement.
     
  6. JediBeth

    JediBeth Member

    I know a lot of people who use cameras to record themselves with many different things from crafts to gaming to sports, so yeah I agree!
     
  7. DarkS1de

    DarkS1de Member

    If you think it will help you then by all means, go for it! I have heard both ends of the stick on the subject. Some people is discourages and others, it helps them learn better. You'll never know unless you try right?
    On the upside, you will have video footage of where you started and if you ever become amazing and people ask you how you did it you can show them!
     

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