Three words to describe your practice?

Craig: All right. And of course, the final question is, can you describe your practice in three words?

Max: I was thinking of one earlier. Which I think [00:37:00] is pretty accurate, although I feel like it’s a dual edge. When I first started training, I would have said, “Jumping and thinking.” Is basically my entire training [crosstalk 00:37:12]

Craig: That’s three words. Jumping and thinking.

Max: And thinking. And “Thinking about jumping.” Those are kind of both my things. And then now, what I’ve been trying to get to is basically, “Jumping without thinking.” That’s kind of been the processes. It’s like, developing the habit, thinking about [00:37:30] it, analyzing it, tinkering with all the techniques. And then now at the point where you kind of just throw all that out the window and say, “All right. It’s all ingrained in my body. I’ve done fifty thousand, a hundred thousand repetitions. Now I just need to trust that it’s all there.” So … I guess those would be my … I guess that’s kind of like a nine word process, but … The evolution of my …

Craig: The evolution of getting down to, “jumping without thinking.”

Max: Yep. ‘Cause if you start there. You’re just going to fall [00:38:00] apart. That’s how you … That’s definitely how you fall apart as a human being. You just break immediately.

Craig: Terrific. Well, thank you Max Henry. We appreciate you time and energy today.

Max: Thank you, Craig. That was super fun.