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An Iwama juku AikiBlog Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 03-03-2005 09:01 PM
Ibaraki Bryan
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The personal blog of Bryan, a current sotodeshi at Hitohiro Saito Sensei's Iwama school
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Status: Public
Entries: 8
Comments: 1
Views: 14,128

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  #1 New 03-03-2005 09:01 PM
Welcome to my aikiblog. This blog will consist, mostly, of entries copied from a blogspot equivalent journal I have at http://ibaraki-bryan.blogspot.com

I will, on occasion, post something exclusive here.

Please remember everything included in this journal is from my own limited view of things. I'm a new shodan (got my blackbelt almost one year ago, just before coming to Iwama as uchideshi last April) and I feel I'm at the stage of training where I need to really concentrate on the basics again. I'm hoping to keep a training journal, noting aspects of certain techniques that were less than obvious to me in the past (or those parts that always seem obvious in hindsight but that insist on remaining vague and obscure on the mat).

Feel free to email me or make any comments you like here or at ibarakilife@gmail.com

Thanks,
Bryan
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