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August 10, 2017


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Rick Matz

When I was young, I used to attend every class taught by Kushida Sensei at the old Detroit dojo: 3 classes a day, 3 days a week; then on the other two days, attend both the beginners and ongoing classes at the Wyandotte dojo.

Then marginal employment became a career, a girlfriend became a wife, kids came along and my parents grew infirm. Life happened.

I trained on and off for many years and it was very unsatisfying.

Eventually I resurrected my taijiquan practice which I had learned along the way and also took up distance running.

Now I alternate days of running and practicing taijiquan early in the mornings before my day can get away from me.

It's worked out pretty well.

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