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I was out for medical reasons for the last week. I will be attending class @ 8 in the morning tomorrow.
Last time I took time away from the dojo, I went and found out during the warm-ups that I had almost forgotten how to break fall and roll. Hope I don't experience this tomorrow. Is this normal? Does this happen to everyone?
Tried recruiting a few people from work to come join the dojo, which is good. I have noticed that when I talk about training in Aikido, I don't just talk about the physical aspect, but the philosophical aspect as well. It is like some sub-conscious thing that I am leaning towards, because I feel that trusting in the ki and energy of the universe will help me train better. I never believed in anything like that before I started training in Aikido almost a year ago, but it seems necessary to be able to fully understand the art and lifestyle, and not just the physical aspects.