First of all i never thought of this "but it's no way a magic wand to create easily and quickly a new world for you" i know that it will be years of hardship before i can see improvements on my body and life... i never thought that judo will be that easy..
You are wrong, if your training is done correctly i.e. right dosage, start slowly and build up, ukemi abd the basics first
etc... you should notice a physical impprovement within a few weeks, and an increase in self confidence by the time you reach orannge belt (usually 6 months or so)
Second i think i didn't over trained i only train once or twice a week for 2 hours. after that i rest and im not doing any supplementary training i just go to school,study and rest and make my body recover.
I ave not read about your training but what you describe here sounds sensible IF you are at a club that is suitabel for beginners, if you are just canon fodder for 2x2 hours a week then that is too much for almost anybody that does not have the apprpriate training.
And yes exhaustion its the way of my body telling me to stop. so every training when i exhaust i stop and tell my coach i will be resting. im taking care of my body as far as i can..
It is good that you notice it BUT your coach should plan the class so that nobody really gets exhausted, you should be pushed but your energy should last till the end of the session, the perfect class is when you can just crawl off the mat at the end. whether you are a beginner or an olympian it does not matter, it is just that you can puah an olympian further
uh the last paragraph i cant agree on what you said... im not creating of self image that im not.. because i know for a fact that i dont have nothing to be proud of..
Everybody has SOMETHING they can be proud of
Mitesco is right you do need confidence boosting and judo is good for that, unless you are training with a national team
As for now i dont know... i cant go to school..and i think i cant do judo anymore... i dont know..the will on my mind is there but my body cant... i dont know. i just think judo is not for me.. or i just have a bad coach and dojo.. well i dont know again.. who i am to tell that..
He is probably not a bad coach, he is just not for you. The point is will you just give up or will you carry on
Consider this an off the mat judo lesson in character building. it is if you like your first shiai.
All i see was i wasted my last chance of studying and i already lost judo.
You cannot lose what you never had, five weeks of judo means you have learnt to tie the obi. It is up to you to decide to go back, I know that if you do you will feel much better in yourself.
This post has been edited by SODO: 21 February 2012 - 02:04 PM
I'm not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings.
I'm a drunk, we go to parties.