Letters from a Middle-Aged Ninja: from the dojo to daily life

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Not everyone picks up a sport in the prime of life. Some wait until the arthritis kicks in…

Lia London began her martial arts journey at 40, and she’s been at it for over ten years since. This candid collection of thoughts could be considered mat chats for anyone thinking of starting martial arts or struggling to continue. It’s also for those who have loved the sport at any age and who take the character development aspects of it to heart.

The “letters” are addressed in the abstract with the purpose of sharing some life lessons gleaned from practicing the sport. Most of them are anecdotal, referring to something that happened on the mat, either while training or teaching. It’s not a thick tome, but hopefully it is a mental workout that yields lasting results.

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