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Kaizen Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 03-13-2007 12:56 PM
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Status: Public
Entries: 29
Comments: 24
Views: 150,708

Entries for the Month of August 2007

In General What hit me? Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #13 New 08-16-2007 09:05 AM
Sensei did! I started back at the dojo a few days ago after about a two month break to let my wrist heal at least a little bit. Last night was the first night back that I got to train with Sensei. One of the techniques we did was tsuki kotegaeshi with a tanto. When he attacked me, it was comparable to a large cargo truck running over a bug! It was AWESOME!!! I hope to train with the intensity and energy level that he trains with some day.

In addition to getting knocked on my arse and enjoying it, I did manage to learn something while training with him. I noticed when he attacked me it seemed like I was trying to push the attack away rather than bring it into my center. I'm going to focus on that so that I can make my techniques tighter.
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In General Good advice Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #12 New 08-02-2007 08:50 AM
It's good when your teacher gives you really good advice about how to train. I am constantly reminding myself about a particular piece of advice my Sensei often gives about the importance of a committed attack.

For the past month and a half I've been applying that advice to the sole purpose of healing my wrist. Simply nothing else matters other than letting my wrist get better.

A good teacher gives advice that can be used in more than one way. Domo arigato Sensei!

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