Back on track after a rather hectic two weeks. There hasn’t exactly been a lot to do, but the things has taken up a lot of space in my mind, and has in many ways filed my days. But now I’m back on a regular schedule and ready to look at some things to improve.
But first I think it’s important to look at some of the good things I got out of the trip to Tokyo. One thing that really stood out while there was the uchideshi of honbu, they did a tremendous job and looked proffessionel all the way throug, on Sunday during training I was especially impressed with their precision and timing. It is an ideal to strive for.
Though the enbu was very busy, and i didn’t have much time to see the performances. The training on sunday was a good experience that had many different ideas and concept packed into a very short time.
The reason i call this installment 7.5 is that I will continue my research this week on what to do in ukemi and in waza to not hurt my knee. I’ve already made huge improvements by stepping out further on my yokoukemi, thank you Alex, and keeping my weight on my whole foot when going to or from the ground. And when I’m not in the dojo I’ll keep a close eye on my posture, so as not to get to many aches and pains.
I’m going for a check up at the doctors tomorrow and with all luck I should be able to start training on my knees again within the next couple of days or maybe a week.
Take care and have a nice week.