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...all stuff done on the knees, and when you weigh what I do, these aspects of aikido can be a bit tough. Two days after getting back into training, my knees are a bit sore. The good news is that the soreness is much less today than it was yesterday. Further good news is that the soreness is in the tissue covering the kneecap and not in the joint itself. My quadriceps muscles hurt like hell, but that's because I haven't used them this much for quite a while.
In any event, I obviously need to spend more time working on the techniques done on my knees.