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Old 07-21-2003, 08:55 AM   #1
Join Date: Oct 2001
Posts: 50
Training with tough disabilities

Tough as in real tough like blindness or stoma that requires a colostomy bag or having one leg/arm amputated. I sometimes worry about life dealing a hard knock which would keep me from training to my fullest potential. A week ago, I had a close call where I almost got t-boned by some nut job in traffic. That got me thinking about how important it was to me to be able to train because it's one of my emotional outlets. If I got balled up in some car wreck and had to live out of a hospital bed I'd go nuts. Is it possible to train effectively with a serious impairment? Can people still use kokyu power when they have prosthetic arms or legs and whatnot?
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