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Ohhhhhh MY GOD .....
truely never .... EVER ... go to Aikido with a hangover .... (and if you do ... never make it obvious!)
.... I felt like absolute shyte .... dog pooh been reheated in a microwave doesnt even begin to describe the feelings Im having right now!
I am, however, grateful for the fact that I didnt have to endure any breakfalls today!
today was a nikkyo day .... and was helping one of the juniors hone his technique .... nice lad .... bit heavy handed ... and my wrist feels as though It would be less painful to just cut it off ... sensei was thoughly enjoying my pain!
so there ya go ... if anyone has any fail safe ideas on how to combat hangovers ... I really am NEVER training in that state again!
take ye care