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Personal progress in Aikido Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 04-02-2006 07:55 AM
Personal, not interesting rants of a newbie to aikido. Your comments helps me, thanks.
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In General How do I return the fun? Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #19 New 07-02-2007 02:11 AM
I've recently seen a continuous decline in the fun I'm having in Aikido classes. After my old group got merged with another one, I had to drop 2 days of training a week since I used to train with both groups. I thought I'd eventually find new groups to train with or at least get used to 2 days a week, but it only frustrates me to be able to train so little.

I started playing footbag a few months ago, and I greatly enjoy the fact that I can practice it at home and enhance my skills on my spare time. I wish I could do that with Aikido
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RSS Feed 2 Responses to "How do I return the fun?"
#2 08-17-2007 03:41 PM
Shany Says:
היי רוי, מה קורה? איפה אתה מתאמן בד"כ?
#1 08-13-2007 05:31 PM
fatebass21 Says:
So, why not train at home as well. Mental training alone can sometimes be more valuable than training with a group.

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