Topic: Next one!
This is a video, which has a lot of potential to be frustrating.
But... On the other hand there is a huge reward. Your hand to hand coordination will become better.
Your feeling about balance and timing will improve. You have to practice, sure. It's only on you if
you throw your whip into the next corner and stay at the same level forever or...you improve.
I know that it is a long time, since I posted the last video. It's not that I don't have the time.
It's not that I would not have enough ideas - there is plenty of both. It's the lack of interest
that is so disappointing. We have a whole lot of "whip makers" here. But how can you build
- and sell - a high quality whip, if you are not able to master it? How will you know if what you
make is high quality or just nice looking yet average stuff, hm?
I mentioned this before and the response was as much as the participation. I'm sorry that I am "so german"
on this subject - here in my country we really are that straight forward... - but I tried the usual pc. Didn't work.
So... If the weather is not too cold or too hot. If there is not too much rain or too less rain. If it's not
too warm or not enough clouds in the sky... Okay - stop. The truth is: If you want to become a decent
whip handler and a maker of quality whips... - you should consider to work on your skills. If it's enough for
you to be the average person, wielding a whip in the garden or to be the average whip maker
of which there are hundreds and hundreds - ignore all this. To be average it's enough to do nothing.
If you like to become better - to improve yourself - it is time to work.