The demanding physicality and rigor of Suzuki training builds the physical and emotional stamina needed to sustain the intensity that this genre demands. The aesthetics provide a platform for the actors to enter an intense physical and vocal exploration that may be out of their comfort zone in terms of expressivity. The logic of the progression of the story rests with the individual actor, and the task is to find that logic with the body and the voice, not with the mind. A variation on the next thing involves repetition of the same movement to find the next thing: it trains the student to be aware of how the slight differences in a movement can lead to an entirely new choice. At the beginning of this training, the use of vowels and diphthongs in the sound phrase allows for more elongation and exploration, which invites the student to live in the unfamiliar, and potentially uncomfortable.