A blue belt macho called me stupid/dumb/low IQ during training because I didn’t quite get what he meant. It was in Korean but I can definitely understand those words. It doesn’t make me feel good and my confidence is low now.
Quiting has never been this tempting…
What to do??
I had a great weekend celebrating my birthday. And ofcourse the next day I got sick. Fever. Cold. Headache. Runny nose. I couldn’t get out of my bed and had to cancel class. The day after I was still feeling like dying so again, class canceled.
Today I’m feeling like I can take over the world. Still a bit headache and runny nose but so much better than the days before. Now I’m a bit torn.
I can’t wait to be back on the mats again. But I don’t want to infect my teammates. I’m feeling good enough to train but my runny nose might cause problems.
I decided to go watch the class instead of training. That way I still feel like I’m being useful and productive. Also going to class and watch is better than sitting at home and doing nothing.
What would you do/recommend if you were sick? Wait until you’re fully recovered or hit the mats as soon as possible?
What would you do if one of your teammates is clearly sick but still train? Tell him not to train or avoid him so he won’t infect you?
Date: November 23, 2013
Location: [coming soon]
* Gi required
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ( name and phone number)
Bank Account: Shinhan Bank 110-280-794848 Hee Sung
For now, this is the only information I have on this seminar. Will update the post soon when I know the location or have more detail about this seminar. For those who know Kron Gracie’s style and/or has been to his seminar, is it worth to go?
My instructor Heejin Lee is having a seminar for women only!
Date: November 10th, 2013
Place: Queen of Jiu-Jitsu gym
Time: 3pm ~ 5pm
If you’re in Seoul, don’t hesitate to come to the seminar. I’ll be there too 😄