A static target is an easy target

At the start of the latest training session, the first match was two quite unevenly matched fencers. As is my usual habit, I spent most of the coaching effort on the less proficient fencer. The reason for that is that I want the comparatively less proficient fencers...

The OODA-loop, #4: yet more sports examples

Here comes yet another post covering various sports analyzed from a OODA loop perspective. Without further ado, here comes: Biathlon: This sport combines demands on the practitioner that forces him to make compromises all the time, which makes for a relatively complex...

The OODA-loop, #3: more sports examples

This post is a direct continuation of the introductory post on the OODA loop and the first example post, and it cannot be properly understood unless you have read both of those beforehand. 10000 meter running: In contrast to 100 meter running, the start is of very...