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Creation Date: 02-23-2005 05:34 AM
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In General Shihunage day Aikibudo. Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #29 New 11-24-2004 03:11 AM
Hey,

Well Last night I went to lesson alone as Rene has had a bereavement in the family and is not 100% and feeling a little down.
I arrived at the new location which was very warm and a little smaller but still nice and has a nice view of the gracht!
I got changed and was then met with a second guy who is from Ireland and has been doing Aikibudo for a while and then we joined the Jiu Jutsu group for a little training. We did escapes from ground hold's and other stuff which was interesting and fun.
We then started the lesson with the usual group warm up and then on to "Shihunage" from a push, pull, and different strikes. This was very good as you had to blend with your Uke and this was something I had not felt in a while. The Lock at the end was super painful yet it took me a while to find how this works and I can only explain it as "pulling the leg off a chicken". This was very hard to do on the older guy as he was not very responsive as an Uke and kept on moving and rolling around like a child when things got a little difficult.
The warm down was also a killer and I could not finish half of it.

Great lesson,learned a lot.
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