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Creation Date: 06-14-2009 12:51 AM
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  #4 New 08-06-2009 05:30 PM
Hay focks,
So, the other night I was doing a simple froward role, I not sure what I did but I kinda hurt my back. I done this kinda thing before and it pass like a bruses. This time thow it did not pass for most of class , I kept doing what I could in class. However, I know I made some mistakes becuse some part of me was afrid it was going to hurt my back. However, I still went, on of course it mostly comd down now. I think what happend was that I must have ofsily done the role wrong at some point and it triged my scolosis musle sapasm thing. Anyway, the question is ... at one point a higher up student asked if my back hurt and I shok my head , knowing that what he would have to say is make me not pestpate. He siad I was making him nervious. I siad I was ok and don't say anything to teach. The respose of the student was I have to I have this brown belt.... anyway so my question is what are rules for the difent belts?
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#3 08-10-2009 08:09 PM
thanks , for the info
#2 08-07-2009 10:31 PM
Linda Eskin Says:
Another point: I returned after hurting my shoulder, & had gotten the OK from my doctor to roll & fall. But I wasn't ready, mentally. When Sensei asked "are you rolling tonight" I started to stammer about maybe yes, but I wanted to try a few slowly... He cut me off, saying "Maybe means no." He had a very good point. If any part of you is backing off, it will put you in a position to do things wrong out of fear of pain. I waited until another class, when I could answer "Yes, I can roll tonight."
#1 08-07-2009 10:23 PM
Linda Eskin Says:
I've bumped, bruised, pulled, and twisted a few things in class. Sometimes continuing to participate can help things loosen up, and other times you need to bow out, get ice on it, stretch, or whatever. The trick is knowing which to do. ;-) Since this incident is past, maybe you could talk to your sensei and ask how you should handle it if you need to bow out for an injury. I don't know about different rules for different belts.
 




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