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Old 02-20-2006, 06:34 PM   #5
Mark Freeman
Dojo: Dartington
Location: Devon
Join Date: Feb 2005
Posts: 1,220
United Kingdom
Re: Aikido is only as good as the person...

Justin MacEachern wrote:
I agree with you. When i first started i was doing everything fast and uncoordinated, but now i am doing thing the "right" way. but i havent lost my intensity. i was mearly getting at these shodans you will encounter that seem like that they dont evencare. You know that realy hurts me, honestly. I am not stuck on myself at all but i love where i am at in my abilities and i just want to show someone all i have learned. but these guys only care aboutshowing there belts off.
Shame about the 'show offs' Justin, it seems to show that they still have a ways to go.

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