Marra

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comment Training two martial arts at the same time, on the same days of the week?
I thank you for your attention and care. Gonna think about all that this week in which I'll be travelling before I make up my mind. Guess I'll do a month or two for trial, that's probably for the best.
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comment Training two martial arts at the same time, on the same days of the week?
I understand. Though I've seen people calling that sparring, I do agree with you. Therefore, we very rarely spar on our kung fu classes and, when we do, we do it without any protectors, gloves or handwraps. So we can't go for stronger hits, or else we can injury ourselves or our partners. Kinda different from my first impression on the kick boxing class.
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comment Training two martial arts at the same time, on the same days of the week?
Depends on the kind of spar. Practicing forms involving a pre-stablished sequence of punches and kicks and other movements, we do it like once a week or so. Free-sparring we rarely do, and that's what I'd like to do more frequently, thus, kick boxing.
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asked Training two martial arts at the same time, on the same days of the week?
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accepted Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
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comment Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
Also. It might bot be entirely clear that $d$ refers to the exterior differentiation. That is, $df$ is an 1-form
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comment Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
Can you give me a counterexample? Things are a lot different in the holomorphic world
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comment Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
You may think of an analytic set as it's defined in here en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analytic_variety . Also, $df=0$ implying $f$ constant would be true only if $V$ is open, which is not
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comment Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
I really meant $f$ restricted to $V$… sorry. Already edited.
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revised Holomorphic function is zero on an analytic set then $df=0$.
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