I have enjoyed studying “lightening warfare” used for some time by the Germans during WWII.
Essentially they attacked on a very narrow front (narrow the focus) and they poured all their resources into punching a hole in the line and advancing as rapidly as supplies could support them. They by-passed small pockets of resistance to mop up at a later time. Enormous focus or “intention” coordinating all the elements of the attack as completely as you can when you are on the move (attention to detail).
So my scope continues to narrow in everything I am doing.
Just like creating a tunnel like path through the foilage to one of your pre-spawn scouted places you really want to be….you only cut a path just large enough to move through without becoming entangled. I will be selectively creating a few of these in the middle of nowhere to allow me the angles I want to present my bait to in prime pre-spawn or spawning water.
There are a couple places I have been eyeballing for a couple years and now is a great time to prepare for early spring. Now it is time to check the water with a movement only path and if it looks awesome or yields great fish then come back again and do a little bass blind work. You have a place under the foilage where you can fish and no one can see you unless they happen to see your lure hitting the water. It also more importantly helps you not spook the fish.
David – you are my good luck charm and yes we will go, I may ask you to shoot some video for me if you feel inspired to do so.
Kettlebells – feel like a teenager in the way the training/practice is going, went in an enormous circle and now training in a way that is suiting my body
The stretching ….my program is green light go, no doubt it works, I did not become that immobile in one day and it isn’t going to suddenly all go away in the blink of an eye. I don’t have a fool for a coach and I would wager my coach is at least as good as yours. Let’s hope some rubs off through Osmosis, in the meantime the Brettzel, Rocking and really wanting to break this chain out. That is going to be one multi-purpose tool. Big bang for small $.
I am encouraged by the continued and ongoing progress that I feel when I move, positions I can hit and the increases in strength. It took a great deal of work to work on pressing the Beast and it will take more than that to balance my strength out. On the + side it sure is exciting to see the program work safely for me and the experience of the learning is priceless to me.
Guitar – my amp is nearing the end of the road, 1 final attempt to get this thing to sing/roar the way it can when all cyclinders are firing. Otherwise it is time to address that and get on with learning how to interact with the replacement. Know what I want, checked with several experts and they all say “For what you play this is the tone is the ticket.” Jeff Beck happens to fancy it so that was a good validation.
Church – we have found a good one and I am glad that process is over