Welcome to the second in this mini-series of booklets. As with the first booklet “The Midas Touch” this booklet is inspired by the classical booklets shared to the community by such giants as Annemann, Berglas and Corinda.
I always loved the aesthetic qualities of those booklets and wanted to produce a similar looking series of booklets. When I held The Midas Touch booklet in my hands I was so happy that I had ticked an item off of my bucket list I celebrated by getting all my Annemann booklets out and re-Binged on the content. If you have them I recommend you do this – I find something new every single time.
This booklet is an updated version of the late 2017 lecture notes from my trip to New York City – which was cancelled due to personal circumstance.
My advice when reading these routines (as always) is to customize the routines to fit your style. Don’t perform this material verbatim – what works for you, might not work for me (and vice versa). These routines are simple in nature and ye t require little to no setup – I hope that you get as much enjoyment out performing these routines as do I.
Anyway, to save my rambling on we will get right into it now! Enjoy the content.
Peter Turner 2018 (Spain)