Teacher pulled me aside and said that he was going to be taking video of the students doing their kata/hyungs. He remembered years ago where he and I had done some elementary attempts and it turned out to be a great teaching tool.
The first hour was an ironic treat. He pulled me and the new tall guy up front and we worked on “how to attack a tall guy.” Something I’m all too comfortable with. Not that I know what to do with it most of the time, but to give everyone ideas was a little stressful. One of the shortest guys in class is a nightmare to spar with because he simply climbs inside and beats me to pieces.
Thankfully, after a frustrating time of getting pummeled he pulled me and the other guy aside to give some pointers about what to do. These turned out to be hilarious because it took advantage of head control. So if my less that average heighted opponent got too close I could steer or turn his head. That lasted about one round with each of the students. They immediately started slapping that hand away. Attack, riposted, repeat.
The video review portion showed pretty much what we all expected – bad shoulder position, standing too high, etc. Plenty to work on in the coming weeks.