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This weekend I went to siminar. It was wonderful fun, Sato Sensei is a fun and wonderful teacher. It was three days of rolling and weapons work that I can't remember how to do.
The main thing was we kept rolling into each other or the group across from us.
to be continued
Okay this search is going nowhere quik. I have seen both Shodokan and Tomiki during my research of the Tomiki style of Aikido.
Yes yes I know most people say its not Aikido, kill me later.
That whole thing doesn't make mutch sence to me ether.
Tomiki learned from O Ssensei also. AS well with Dr Kano, who also trained with O sensei. So why can't we seem to get along. We all came from the same background.
Any back to my first question. Why are there two names for the same style, or are they really the same style?
Please help me my research is not being mutch help.
I was invited to train with the University of Arkansas Aikido club. However; they train Tomiki. I don't know what to do, should I go train with them? How do you all feel about this, and what if any information can you give me about this system?
Well its the new year, and our sensei brout in with a spen. The first part of class was business as normal, we did yonkio for our requiorment for the day.
Yes well the nex part wasn't as much fun.
I don't think five menuts is long enough for a hundred ukemi. I only made to seventy. All i could think was o my stumic, and i wish the mat would stop moving. I am glad that it was the ind of class so I could go home and die.
I am still hurting from it today.
Happy new year to all, and good luck withyour aikido this year.
Well this mornings practice was the last for the year. The first hour was meditation, fun fun. Hopefully some day I will be able to clear my mind, because all I can think about during the sits is how much longer and I wish my feet weren't asleep. We did both the sitting and the walking meditations, the walking is not as bad. At least you can feel your feet.
The second hour we did throws and some tactical application stuff. It was fun, i am getting to the point where i really injoy brake falling. "But lets keep that quiet shall we." We will be starting the new year with 100 roles at the begining of weapons class Monday night.