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December 28, 2011

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Brad Lovelace

The battle in your mind that you described probably wouldn't happen for the person who treats training as they did when they were an open-minded beginner.

I am lucky to have high ranking belts who model this for me every day. One even points out he loves working with beginners because they throw movements at him he nevers sees and most closely resembles the randomness you find on the street.

We you realize the infinite possibilities of Aikido training, how can you stand still? There's always something new to learn.

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