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Misguided ramblings Blog Tools Rating: Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 07-14-2007 04:40 PM
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In General Big plans and 5th kyu Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #98 New 09-21-2011 09:21 PM
So my Aikido life seems to revolve around getting our 6th kyus up to 5th kyu which I'm finding rewarding and very good training actually. I didn't realise I knew so much and they're learning far more at 5th kyu than I did mainly because I just teach them what I do so they're kinda being forced to go from 6th kyu to 1st kyu and because I can teach how I want I teach the principles rather than the technique and progress seems to be rapid at the moment.

That and I'm a nit picking perfectionist.

We seem to be doing a lot of suwari waza and hamni handachi too and weirdly my knees aren't suffering for it like they used to. In fact my old knee injury which has plauged me for years appears to have vanished so maybe suwari waza has toughened something up or massaged something or I dunno. I'm just glad its gone.

In other news Sensei has had the bright idea of putting on a course which true to the traditions of the dojo is truely epic in scope as in if you're in the UK or maybe even Europe and you're associated with Aikikai hombu you'll probably want to be there.

As we were getting changed he said to me "Do you think we should make it regional, national or international" and my response was "We should go mental and see what happens." We already have one VERY senior person onboard so hopefully we can get more.

Sensei was talking about whether he should have a teaching slot and to my mind the hosting dojo not having a slot would be a rather weird thing. On the other hand this means I'll probably be taking ukemi at some early point of the day which means I'll be manic unless I resort to going to bed at a reasonable hour but that's unreasonable as well as being highly unlikely.
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#2 09-28-2011 07:30 AM
I'm 6th kyu, and glad to learn everyones learning well! I have much, much more to learn, but I have learned tons compared to my first class back in May of this year.
#1 09-23-2011 05:36 AM
Hi Alex It is sure very gratifying to see how your collegues improve due to your help. Good luck with your course! best Carina
 




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