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Ron Tisdale's Blog Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 05-19-2004 12:52 PM
Ron Tisdale
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Status: Public
Entries: 38 (Private: 1)
Comments: 28
Views: 237,076

In General Still adjusting to the changes Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #34 New 03-03-2008 01:34 PM
I have been trying to continue to push the "squatting" while relaxing my lower back, trying to find this new idea of structure. It is difficult, but I can feel my body changing! Trained for 2 hours Sat. in Exton, and while the keiko was powerfull and great, I was a little tweeked afterward. So when I got home to M's I kind of crashed on the couch after eating. But then I tried working ten chi jin, the rowing exercise, some breathing, shiko. Energy level shot through the roof!

I was tired Sunday, but not sore...did about an hour at my parent's house moving stuff into the crawl space.

Monday...no issues. Working the postures while standing, sitting, moving around (trying not to let others see) is extremely fruitfull. I am coming to the conclusion that I have to just keep letting these postures increase naturally, without forcing too much. As they seem to take over and happen on their own, the power and connection steps up.
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