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Oct 03, 2014
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Come and join us!
by: Anonymous

I train at the kendo dojo in Leicester. It's always very friendly and encouraging. We are regularly invited to travel with our sensei's to other dojos to experience as much as kendo possible. I'm told the more I travel the more I will learn. When I gain a little more confidence that's what I'll do.

Kendo-Guide.Com: Thanks for your info. Can you share your dojo info so the person can come to your dojo?

May 05, 2014
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just do it
by: Rex

Sometimes you just have to do it. In kendo your appearance and agility are not what label you. In fact kendo is more of spirit, friendship, control, and attitude. Sometimes you may make bonds that never can be broken.

Kendo-Guide.Com: Thank you for sharing your opinion! Very true!

May 04, 2014
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by: Anonymous

Actually you will be quite welcome. Kendo is about the spirit, kiai, comrade, fun, skill, and control. Usually they are all good spirited and friendly. I doubt they will ever put you down.

Kendo-Guide.Com: Thank you for sharing your opinion!

Mar 26, 2013
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do kendo, please
by: Val Serezhkin

Leicester, go for it!

Mar 25, 2013
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You Can Start Anytime
by: Joe

I started kendo when I was 50 years old. I wasn't in the best shape, either, but I've enjoyed it over the past 9 years.

You will get out of kendo what you put into kendo. Don't worry about what the other people in the dojo think, you aren't there to impress them. Listen to what your sensei and sempai tell you, practice it, and work on the fundamentals. Everything else will stem from the fundamentals.

Good luck!

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