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Sadly I don't get to do much Aikido since I moved to another town, and I really miss it. It's hard to train alone since aikido is not meant to be alone, and it seems kind of not in place (haveing people looking at you in a strange way, it's very different than working with a partner, even with weapons).
I feel a bit unfair writing comments about Aikido in the forum, since I'm not really training now, but Aikido is part of my life, even if I have to stop for this or that amount of time.