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Classes have been going at a furious pace. Several students have had to bow out or pass out.
When classes go this good, there's not much to say or write. It's just an experience; becoming aware all around, feeling the attacks and the blending, not having the opportunity to stop and take a rest.
This is the kind of training that I enjoy, because it's one hour of hell, and the rest of the day of bliss. It's nice to see members walking out of the dojo with a smile on their face....maybe their smilling because the class is finally over.