When you teach technique there should also be a process for EVALUATION of that technique.
How else will you know if what you are teaching is worth teaching?
It is difficult to decipher what is useful when there is a constant STREAM of stuff.
Even if something is valuable how do we know if it is lost in a sea of hype, or fear, or false promises?
This is when having a PROCESS is helpful.
When YOU have a PROCESS of testing you can evaluate what could be USEFUL.
What could be USEABLE?
Your work and the material that you teach should matter enough to be worth evaluating.
In research we develop an evaluation process for what we are working with.
In our intensives we develop a process for testing a technique, a sequence, a pattern, or something else that is important enough to invest our time in.
We work with duration (how long we work with something) and frequency (how often we work with a technique) and timing (how long is the stretch, or the hold, or the pulse) and that sounds overwhelming but how else will you KNOW what works and what doesn’t.
Reach out to learn HOW to develop an evaluation process for the material you are teaching so WHAT you are teaching is worthwhile to the people you are teaching.
Because random practices are fine…unless you want something more than random.