The Trigrams – Part B

Please accept my apologies.  This is not what I had in mind when I decided to do this second part of my weekly post.  Here was my idea.  I recently purchased a Wacom tablet so that I could record Statistics lectures (sample problems) for my online Fisher students.  I thought, this would be a great way to lecture on some of the mental aspects of Taekwondo:  trigrams, force vectors, etc. came to mind.  The problem is that I will be out of the USA until the beginning of July.  So off I went, in search of an iPad solution.  I found only one app that would do what I wanted: record my voice while I wrote on a whiteboard and exports the result as a video that I could then import into YouTube.  The app worked great until I tried to save my lecture as a video.  Needless to say, it doesn’t work.  I emailed the programmers and I’m currently trying to help them fix the issue.  So, this video is actually a video of my iPad playing the lecture.  It is not very good quality.  As soon as the export issue is fixed, I will upload the corrected video.

Here is the first episode of Video Dojang – Classroom.  Enjoy.

Something to think about….

by Master Sean Pearson

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Throughout his career, in an effort to become a truly well-rounded martial artist in both practice and philosophy, Master Pearson has studied a wide variety of martial arts: Taekwondo, Kali, Kyudo, Iaido, Aikido, Judo, Jodo, Bando and Tai Chi. He holds dan rankings in six of these arts and master ranks in three of them. To this same end he has studied and achieved national recognition as a wilderness survival instructor, a certified hypnotherapist, and a lecturer in Neuro Linguistic Psychology.

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