LOL, yeah I'm there with you guys too. This thread is going to give me a serious a complex!

I have my bad days for sure. When I just can't move right, or I blank out mid-technique.

I work nights as a doorman, and sometimes have to train in the morning, on only an hour or two of sleep...I sweat bullets and I'm pretty slippery by the end of class, just because my body hasn't had any down time. Sometimes I feel bad about training in this state, but my Sensei approves, and gives me a ride out there, so I'm not that worried.

Anyway, thanks guys, does anyone know a good therapist specilizing in martial arts dysfunctions?
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