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Seeking Zanshin: Blood, Sweat, Tears & Aikikai Blog Tools Rating: Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 02-24-2005 10:53 PM
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One small gal + a dojo full of big guys = tons o' fun
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In General No Pain, No Gain Tally for the Past Week Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #41 New 10-05-2003 01:42 AM
Pains:

- being sick and only being able to get out to train twice this week

Gains:

- a speedier recovery than usual, since I gave my body more time to rest
- more practice listening to my own body and learning how to better take care of it (since Happy Bod = ability to give 100% on the mats, after all)
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#6 10-10-2003 01:08 AM
jducusin Says:
Oops --- sorry! Darn...here I was thinking that if it had been a camping trip, it might have made it worth it somewhat. Now that just sucks even more. In any case, best wishes for a speedy recovery!
#5 10-09-2003 11:57 PM
Kelly Allen Says:
It really wasn't a camping trip. I spacifically went to pack up the camper for the winter. It was a day trip.
#4 10-09-2003 07:56 PM
jducusin Says:
Hey Kelly --- yeah, I read your latest journal entry. That sucks...hope your camping trip was pleasant otherwise though!
#3 10-09-2003 01:46 AM
Kelly Allen Says:
Well!? No sooner did I get over my flu/cold, I slipped my L5 disc in my back. Probably going to cost me a couple of weeks training time.
#2 10-06-2003 09:32 PM
jducusin Says:
Wow, you too huh? That thing has really been making its rounds. Some of the guys at the dojo got it too while I was away, along with most of my co-workers (despite my staying away with the best of intentions). Sorry to hear you got hit bad --- I think I got off lucky, because from what I hear, a lot of folks got a nasty cough with it too (which I didn't get), so I must have contracted a mutation of it --- didn't effect me half as bad as these things usually would. Hope you're feeling better!
#1 10-05-2003 03:58 AM
Kelly Allen Says:
At least you were able to train. That flu affected me so badly I was barely able to use the remote to change the channel on the TV for nearly a week. Blaaa!
 




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