1st follow, then detach and finally gain fluency

ShuHaRi from Aikido, parallels Teach-Train-Coach cycle.

Shu
Following a process rigidly
…the student follows the teachings of one master precisely. He concentrates on how to do the task, without worrying too much about the underlying theory.”
Ha
Breaking away from rigidly applied process as understanding grows
“…the student begins to branch out. With the basic practices working he now starts to learn the underlying principles and theory behind the technique.
Ri
Fluency and flexibility of process
…the student isn’t learning from other people, but from his own practice. He creates his own approaches and adapts what he’s learned to his own particular circumstances.”
http://www.martinfowler.com/bliki/ShuHaRi.html
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