We're very taken with @fredericforest 's simple and elegant illustrations. In an interview with @noctismagazine - in responding to a question about his collaboration aspirations - he was heard to say "It depends on the people that are involved in the projects. Bad projects don’t exist, only bad questions and wrong briefs. It’s quite impossible to create something great without a good start and clever clients". Looking at the start of any project we deliver this reminds us that those early days working together are so precious in terms of what we deliver. The brief and the questions we ask to elicit just the right information to create a beautiful space are key and .... should never be underestimated.
Happy Bank Holiday ....and may you recline a little -somewhere elegant and peaceful - for at least some of it.
Classic and contemporary door
handles from British Ironmongery. Shown here is a satin nickel handle, mounted
on a plate to suit multipoint locks and also on a covered, reeded rose handle,
in polished nickel. This smooth, elegant lever is a “timeless” piece, which can
easily bridge the gap between old and new properties. It will fit seamlessly
into any style or period of home. These British made handles are available in
over twenty metals and finishes with each one individually finished by hand.
When I watch film of Steve Nash, I've always noticed how he dribbles laterally with his opposite hand in the opposite direction before making a change of direction move. Although he wasn't the most athletic player, Steve's ability to change speeds, deceptiveness, & attack from virtually any angle are a few reasons why he's 1 of my favorite point guards. Here I'm working on switching hands before & after each change of direction move to keep the defender guessing & off balance. Lately, I've been working on the through the legs behind the back jumper. I think it's a great move to create separation when you're attacking down hill. If you can make 10 that's great, but if you can challenge yourself to make 10 in a row that's fantasic. I hope everybody goes into their weekend by getting after whatever you are passionate about! Happy Friday people! •
Too often a transition between the legs move is done with the athlete coming to a hop, scissoring their legs and driving the ball backwards between their legs. In a transition situation, this kills all their forward momentum.
To keep the pressure on the defence and to keep your momentum, we teach pushing the ball forward.
Key points: Stepping to load your foot Getting your hand behind the ball Pushing the ball forward behind your knee
When done correctly, your palm is moving towards your calf.
Try this one out in your next workout and let me know how it goes!! . . . . .