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Hi guys, justin here. How many of you wish that your technique was better. These are questions that are asked of me all of the time, and you know what.You will probably never think you are doing your technique right. First you should take a step back and ask your self if what you are doing feels right to you. I always ask myself if i am moving too much or breathing to much or little. I think it is something you just have to do. Say to your self, today i will do exelent techinque, get it in your mind. Dont worry about your suroundings. I remember when i was fist starting to fall, I constantly felt i was doing it wrong wich then tranfered over to my technique. So then i was getting confused as to what it is i was doing there. But a real good feind of ine told me, "you are as good as you want to be, not as i want you to be." If any of you are struggling with your technique i offer two peices of advice:
start reading aikido the dynamic sphere and get this new program out for your pc called Aikido 3D. It truly is a wonderfull program and i am confident that any one who uses it will have better technique.
As always, be true to your self and the art you have choosen.
Thanks for your time.