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Old 07-08-2002, 08:56 AM   #7
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Originally posted by Chocolateuke When you do randori correctly what do you feel ( i mean as Tori, Nage, Shite whatever your dojo calls it)? also as uke how do you keep up with fast pacing nages??

In my expirence when my sensei says my throwing was good in randori I dont feel a dang thing.

As uke I tend to think myself as a rag doll.
Agreed. One of the hardest thing for me to get my head around was that when I did the technique right, I didn't feel it. I am a big man and tend to feel the force of what I am doing. Aikido was the opposite. It was almost a "not" feel.

As uke, I just get up and go at them again until Sensei says stop. That's all I tend to think about it.

Until again,

Lynn

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Yondan Aikido & FMA/JKD
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