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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Sun May 06, 2018 12:52 pm

The desire to hurt as few of my adversaries as possible. It's inevitable that the mad scientist's henchmen will try to stop me from liberating their test subjects, and when that happens, I need more ways to incapacitate them without any of them having to go to the hospital. 

It's also just one of the ten martial arts on my list of martial arts to learn; the ones with an asterisk after them are the ones I already have a degree of training in:

Aikido*
Boxing
Capoeira
Hapkido*
Judo*
Jujitsu*
Karate*
Kra Maga*
Kung Fu
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The ones I have the most training in so far are Krav Maga and Aikido.
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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Tue May 08, 2018 3:01 am

How long did you train in each martial art? Some have similarities such as the connection between Jiujitsu,Aikido, and Judo
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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Wed May 09, 2018 10:32 am

Aikido: 26 hours, proper dojo.
Hapkido: 2 months, trained by one of my father's employees.
Judo: 2 weeks, just a few moves that I taught myself from books when I was locked up.
Jujitsu: 1 month, handful of moves I taught myself from books when I was locked up.
Karate: 5 weeks, proper dojo, learned a few techniques.
Krav Maga: 3 years, trained by my father. 

So yep; specialty is Krav Maga. Really good at that. Thinking my next specialty will be Aikido. 

That's kinda ironic; the first martial arts I get a firm grasp of will be possibly the world's most violent martial art next to what may be the world's most NON-violent martial art haha.
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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Wed May 09, 2018 10:33 am

I've missed a few Aikido classes the past week or so due to back injuries and a bike wreck where I sustained more injuries; been healing up. Hoping I'll be able to go to class tomorrow. 

Have to be at work in less than an hour though; just got a new job. Cashier at a hardware store.
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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Thu May 17, 2018 9:43 pm

I wouldn’t trust anything without a minimal of a years worth of structured training from an accredited dojo


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PostSubject: Re: Aikido Training Log   Sat May 19, 2018 3:52 am

Not sure what "snyesrd" means. 

In that case though, I guess I have no real martial arts training, as I've never trained at an accredited dojo before, not even the current dojo I go to. The training is structured, the Sensei's an officially recognized Grandmaster of Aikido, yet it's still not a real dojo. It's a student-founded Study Group, with a focus on exceptionally high quality training. I wouldn't switch to an accredited school even if given the chance to, because it would mean having to leave my Sensei who studied the art with the masters for decades, in exchange for certified instructors who have never even been to Japan lol. Seems like most accredited dojos are more focused on the technical aspects of an art and have a focus on pumping out cookie cutter martial artists with no real concept or understanding of the history and philosophy and spirituality of martial arts, most schools not even bothering to incorporate or recognize the power of Ki/Chi in their art forms. Sad thing indeed, but kinda expected; most accredited dojos have TONS of students; far too many for the instructors to focus on individually without an extra fee. 

At my study group there's about 10-15 students. Usually only 5 or so bother to show up. Last night, only three of us were on the mats. The instructor showed up, Brian showed up, and I showed up. ...It was damn near a Private Lesson lmao. XD
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