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Seeking Zanshin: Blood, Sweat, Tears & Aikikai Blog Tools Rating: Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 02-24-2005 11:53 PM
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One small gal + a dojo full of big guys = tons o' fun
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  #121 New 04-19-2004 11:03 PM
After tonight's Bokken practice (the usual kata and building on exchanges), we worked on a variety of body movements from mune-tsuki, shomen-tsuki and katadori, respectively.

Later on, we all took turns filing through a six-person line (!) and being attacked in these three ways in quick succession, which was quite fun (when things ran smoothly). Unfortunately, it was a rather convoluted way of running through a line and as a result tended to be confusing to some folks at times --- particularly in having to switch roles so often. This said, I'm surprised that I was able to keep up as well as I did.

When things worked out, however, it was really nice --- I liked the flow of going from moving in response to one attack to another. It was a good opportunity to apply what we were practicing, as well as reflexes and timing, not to mention the closest we've come to doing Randori in some time. I swear, I'm suffering Randori withdrawal, big time.

On a side note, I really like the new layout here! It's nice to be able to view more on a page at a glance, especially with the main journals page.
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