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One of the great things I see in Richards work is making the core lessons of Aikido accessible, in a format that does not require a mat. I personally am an endorphin junkie and find self justification in getting wacked with wooden sticks and whatnot but there a few poor misguided fools out there who aren't and don't and so will never spend as much time as I have in the dojo, let alone as much time as would be good for them.
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