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so... I been on bit of a hiadis form akido when I frist statred and for about a month after I came home form London I was so decated I went to every class there was. There is only 3 at my dojo. I wanted more I was streting to have fun. Then I went to the Grand Canyon , while ther I fell on a rock and hit my knee and it messed it up some how. I countued to go but stared to not go on Wensdays because the teacher was well not my lurning stlye anyway. I still went twice a week Mondays and Saterdays. I went to get my kneee x-rayed by the doctor and he siad not to Akido at all but I could not tear my self away , so I still went on Monday nights. I stoped going sateredays then. Now , my knew is faialy feeling better and I want to start to go more ragular agin, my question is should I start by going back to the chalange class on wensdays . It is chalanging because of the for mentioned reson , that makes you have to work hearder to get what is being tought. Also, not as many people show up so , your more relinghtn on the sissay. Or, should I go to saterday where we start out with advaced kids and then we have again a kinda small class , but sinsay there works with me more? I relized after test on monday that I need ot get in some more pratice, I can't relly pritice that much on my own so I should go to class. Now , that my knee is better and I am not sick wich I was on and off for awhile ( or bad aligeres) I need to get back into it. Infact I liek it becuse with few exceptions I relly like the asmisfer and I kinda have some fun.