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After about 2 years off, I decided to get back on the mat. My first course was on tuesday. What an evening... rolling, falling, doing Ikkyo again as if I was new to the art... The difference between this first course and the very first time I did Aikido is that now, I know when I do something wrong.
It's nice however to meet again with the group and hear what's new in their life.
My second course is today and I feel a lilttle muscle pain from tuesday. I will go here today even if I feel sore. This pain is a good feeling...
Saturday will be the weapons class, I am eager to get there!