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I know there are some blogs on here, but I was wondering if any of you have aikido blogs that you keep on sites such as blogspot. I have found a few aikido blogs on there and I have found them quite interesting to see how they felt as a beginner like me and so forth. If you have them, can you post your link on here for me? Maybe I will even be a follower of your blog.
New Blog which tells the story of a young 16 yr old boy Derek Eastman who was an `assistant` at the famous ``Hut Dojo`` as a direct student of Kenshiro Abbe Sensei from the 1950s. Probably the best story on the history of British Aikido. http://derekeastman-aikido.blogspot.com/
I have a blog spot that I tried posting on but I could not find anyone else that did it also so it seemed a waste if I couldnt share it with anyone. I think I might add some of these and start posting again! Do you have one Ashley?
Bracknell and Basingstoke Dojo's ~ Two of the earliest Aikido dojos in the UK...The Bracknell dojo was the first dojo to be operated outside of the " Hut Dojo" by one of the original dan grades. http://aikido-bracknell.blogspot.com/
what is a blog? is it something i can hit with a bokken or a jo? i got no facebook. i am not in any social network. not texting nor mexting nor dyslexing. man, i feel out of touch with technology. i am just too busy learning how to defense against myself in aikido.