Originally Posted by heinous
but you just pretty much proved my point. the agreed-upon basics are so limited in number that a referee busy doing his job can do it on the side over the course of a day. just how much unquestionably solid material can you incorporate into a full paid lesson that leaves the customer satisfied without sprinkling in some up-for-debate topics?
I dont think encouraging a player to bump is the only thing to teach a walk on, but if that's what you believe, then that's cool with me. I however feel there is much to be taught, and things like "Walk on Wednesdays" could be a great way to wane newer players into the sport with the correct knowledge, while avoiding getting overshot and scared away by electros. My .02