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01-22-2009, 06:38 PM

Okay, I made this banner for people to use. Any questions or comments?

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Edit: filesize was too big for banners. Reuploaded and fixed this issue.

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01-23-2009, 03:36 AM

Been two years in Aikido when I was in college. it's a good martial arts, and the techniques do works on real combat.
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01-23-2009, 04:49 PM

why did you stop?

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02-23-2011, 01:26 PM

oops, I happened to see this thread again after 2 years.

well, I stopped because of busy at work and also I move to somewhere where no Aikido dojo nearby. I've been stopped for 10+ years now and problematic with Aikido is it is a two way practising. I can't practice by myself, and after all I only beginner and Aikido is really need guidance from the master.

Just curiosity, as unique in Aikido, every senshei / practitioner will have their own "adaptation" on the technic. If I ever visit Japan, it is normal to just went to practise together in Aikido dojo for one session , without membership? I knew that mostly my dojo friend will be happy if we got visitor, of course more than happy if the visitor is a higher/experience Aikidoka.
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I am familiar with a man who studied korindo-aikido in Japan for many years. Now he has an aikido dojo and teaches a group of students.
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