They hit each other in the knee and fall down in agonizing pain.
No serious damage, but it HURTS. and of course, this occurs the week before my tourney on the 13th. Which mght be the most prepared tourney I’ve ever had. (side note…wordpress is not letting me see anything I type right now, so I’m totally not liable for any mistakes) Anyway…This might be the most prepared I’ve ever been for a tourney, and I’m super excited cause *FINALLY* there are more people from my dojo coming out to watch and compete. yay! As such, we did some practice competitions with everyone standing in a circle and giving competers matches…so that was super cool 🙂
Also, I have advice fo the unwanted correction–….”Thanks..ok…” and then just ignore it. I hate that. Like, I’m pretty aware of when I’m doing something wrong, and I try very hard not to get my hackles up when someone who is not as experienced then I am (and making mistakes of their own) corrects me. That’s the instructor’s job. Thanks for playing. just my thought. There’s a time and a place to correct someone. Personally, no matter how WRONG a higher belt was doing something, I would NEVER think to correct them. It’s just not my place. But that’s just me. (AHHA! If I highlight what I write, I can see it. cool.) Just a little mini rant from me. Sorry if there are any major spelling errors or typos. I can’t spell when I can see what I’mt yping..never mind when I can’t! lol 🙂