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3b 200gr, freestyle, misc - 50 min.
5 heavy balls, 200 gr casc - 5 min.
5b 56752 - 17 min. A 7th and an 8th side (to drop).
9b flashing - 40 min. Six times 7 gathers, one of which 8 g in reach. 14 throws to collapse. Started with trying to get a controlled, (well-)structured pattern, with motto "not all that high"; later went over to doing "empty the hands" (no matter "nine" or what), rather unleashed.
7b casc - 115 min. Meager yield 55, 53, 43 throws longest runs. Partly good phases, felt good, right, but too short or few for two hours' practise. [ daily7b II: 55 ]
#form - burning shoulders a lot these days, haven't fully figured out whatfrom yet, guess it's from doing too far afront pattern (?) and or too tensed, forcing for result (?).
5b fastest - 13 min.
80' - 5b rev casc - 63, 95, 81, 81 cl, [*] 73, 65 throws longest runs.
[*] - looks like a good phase above average here, but those runs were mostly with bail-out-fights amidst, so not entirely rollin', not wholly the wheel kept on turnin'. Generally those rows of numbers aren't meant for statistics or to be plotted to a chart or something - they sort of speak to me and tell what was possible that day and what not. Single peak runs for instance don't mean too much then, Only what all I got that day and that on several days will - when reading again much later - reflect the level I was doing at, but I'll have to remember or word more, how it felt, how much control I felt over a pattern, and-or how comfortable I was with it, °right°. Also, I'm not as nerdy as to have any priority on counting as it might look, but I get some uncounted runs too, when the pattern really challenges me and-or when I use another #n-count emphasis e.g. when overall speeding up some, or else when I slide into a dull phase and simply don't remember how many sets of eight throws I'm at.
Total practice time: 320 minutes
Locations: rivershore-meadow, indoors low ceiling