Saturday, 12th April 2008

MSMAS 7th & final Gasshuku Weekend ~ Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th

This weekend was our ‘7th Weekend Gasshuku’, the final one in our preparation for our Team's attendence at “The 3rd World Butoku Sai’ in Kyoto, Japan later in April....


Saturday 12th April 2008 ~ 1400/1800hrs

• 1400hrs Start
• 1800hrs Finish

Concentrating on all 3 of our major disciplines, with a 'high intensity' workout, followed by Judo, Aikido & Iaido practice.

A Social Dinner was held that evening.

Sunday 13th April 2008 ~ 0900/1300hrs

• 0900hrs Start
• 1300hrs Finish.

This day began with a short 'warm up' workout, followed by Aikido weapons practice, Judo Randoori and Iai.

The day also included input from Shuichi Terashima Sensei, our Kendo Instructor from Japan.



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