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Old 02-27-2001, 12:11 AM   #21
Location: Tampa, Fl
Join Date: Nov 2000
Posts: 100
This is a great thread, well timed!!!

Tonight we worked on this very technique!! My sensei seemed to pick a good technique to work on, as he seemed as frustrated teaching it as the class was to 'learn' it!!!

I have a great sensei, all of you guys' suggestions seem to echo many things he pointed out tonight(repeatedly), I just haven't had very much opportunity to work with ikkyo recently, and I felt very clumsy and awkward. I don't remember this frustration the last time we worked on ikkyo. Sensei makes it look so EASY, which is probably why I get so discouraged when it doesn't work. A fellow student worked with me after class for about 15 minutes and I think his suggestions really helped.

It's good to know that I'm not the only one having trouble with this, I just thought I was a clutz. After reading this thread, I'm not so discouraged anymore!!

C. Martin

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