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Old 06-01-2014, 03:22 PM   #7
Riai Maori
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Thumbs up Re: Adapted Training from Shihan Curran

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Joe Curran wrote: View Post
Dear Richard,
Hi again.Hope you are well.The best advice I can give to you is this use your common sense and listen to your body.If by chance you get discomfort from whatever, do not force things.After you get past mid twenties you go downhill.If you wish to train for years you have to adapt.I am 75 I do not traiin like I did when I was in my twenties..High ukemi is a no no.for example.
Injuries take longer to heal [if ever].Your body has got to last you a liifetime,why be silly and ruin your knees /back /joints?Its just a game.Train seriously but with caution.Look after your own body and look after your partners body.as well.Joe.
Thank you Shihan Curran. I do hope you are in good health and spirit. Your message has been received with the up most gratitude. All the best. Richard
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