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It's hard to keep up with this. The days float by. I'm going to every class we have at the dojo which isn't all that much, but I hope it will be enough. I should do more work outside of class, but I already feel like the time commitment is pretty high and I'm also just shy about asking people. It's also hard because it's hard for me to really understand what I need to work on.
Charlie helped by pounding one piece of advice into my head: 5 techniques from each attack. That's very concrete and seems like it shouldn't be too much trouble. He also suggested writing them down, except that we don't really use named techniques all that much in the dojo.
Munetski: kotegayesh; zemponage; straight in strike; kaitenage; koshi (tenkan with hand underneath, leading uke around).