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Creation Date: 02-27-2005 12:33 AM
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In General Where does your Aikido go when it goes away? Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #192 New 08-11-2005 09:06 AM
8/11/05

Tuesday 8/9/05 was frustrating. I did three classes, and was able to play after both of the evening classes with Sempi, however my aikido felt horrid. Nothing seemed to flow. None of my variations were there, I can't remember what they were supposed to be, let alone make them come out well.

Jui Waza felt horrid, like I was too rough with everyone and there was no flow.

I felt really ready for my 2nd kyu test last test cycle. This test cycle I feel like all of Aikido has left my brain and body. This may be in part to doing too much boat work and not enough Aikido.

I felt a lot better after the work out, and the practice, but I am worried at where all of my Aikido has gone.

Sensei called last night, and has to be out of the Dojo this morning. So it looks like I am going to be in charge again. Egads....
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#1 08-12-2005 05:30 AM
adudley Says:
I know exactly what you mean... I passed my shodan a couple of weeks ago, and now all the flow has gone... Don't worry, I'm sure it will all come back (at least that's what I'm hoping!)
 




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