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Creation Date: 10-16-2004 07:06 AM
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In General Ukemi problems Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #4 New 10-07-2004 06:13 PM
Interesting practice today, finally figure out my falling problem. I've merged normal rolls with breakfalls into "fall over and hurt your self" ukemi. We did alot of different iriminage today and when I take a fall from iriminage I do a very obvious "mixed" fall. I think it comes from the fear of breakfalls that I had this spring.

Well more on this later, baby crying!
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