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Welcome! Good coordination and general athletic ability can get you off to a pretty good start, especially with ukemi - don't be surprised in a year or two, though, when you realise that a lot of what you thought was right was missing the stuff that made it really right! It's a fun journey; glad to have you aboard!
I hope you can make better progress too in All aspects of Aikido.
As I remember, Good Ukemi will reflect good Aikido,
No Ukemi, No Aikido...
Ukemi as a vital aspect in Aikido progress...
Go On tiger..!!