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Creation Date: 11-11-2004 06:05 AM
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  #28 New 11-02-2004 08:14 AM
Aiki-Log -- Class #25 & #26
Wednesday, October 27, 2004 -- 6:30pm & 7:30pm

Watchi-waza… still. Maybe next week my ankle will be good enough to let me get on the mat. I sure wished I was out there!

GOSHIN-JITSU
Class was smaller this time (2nd class in the series). There were only 6 students, all "core" participants. Attacks covered a "mugger's choke from behind", shoulder grab by someone next to you (with one variation), two people -- one grabbing each of your shoulders (with a few variations). Not too bad for a class that only lasts about 45 minutes, after you get the mats put down.

AIKIDO
There were 11 students there, which is fairly typical for a Wednesday class. After normal class warm-ups, they did bokken warm-ups (from something Nakazawa Sensei showed us), a breath throw starting from uke grabbing your shoulder from the front and a few other standard techniques.

Sucks to be sidelined!

Aiki-Jeff
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