I'm new here, and I want to ask a question about practicing routines.
I'm looking for a bit of guidance on fluidity of movements. For example, if you have a look at Chris Hestnes Papercuts, his moves are super fluid--even at full speed. So far on that DVD I've only got M-Wrench down. I've also looked at Genesis v1 and mastered several of those moves (not all) as well as several moves from the Internet. I feel like I can do Sybil nicely and relatively smooth most of the time, but it is a much simpler move than say all of M-Wrench. One of the biggest problems I seem to have with routines like M-Wrench is fluidity. I know I need to practice more, but I feel like practicing slow, choppy movements might only make me more prone to continue doing those slow choppy movements. Is there any good advice to build fluidity in these kind of routines? I think there are two separate aspects that I need advice on, speed and continuity/fluidity of movements.
You can see a Papercuts teaser here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qokRov2YJBU