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Old 10-07-2008, 04:15 PM   #5
ColeH-22
Dojo: Eight Winds Aikido Society Pearl Dojo
Location: Florence, MS
Join Date: May 2008
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Re: broken clavicle redux

When I first started learning how to do ukemi rolls the only ones that ever gave me trouble were the front ukemi especially after I jammed my shoulder doing them and for a long time I was kinda scared about doing them, but after a while I began to do them easily on my left arm which is my primary arm and now i can do kips on that arm, but I still can't do I correct front roll on my right and I am still having trouble with it but I know that the more I practice on it I will eventually be able to do it. Well that's my story and opinion on it. the more you practice at it even if you start from a kneeling position and work your way up eventually you will become comfortable with it and then you will be able to do kips with out thinking of it.

Cole
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