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Few students recognize the niche of athletes on our campus that participate in one of the most awe-inspiring, leg thrashing, feet blistering, lung torturing sports known to man-kind: the ultramarathon.
The ideology behind Aikido is unlike any other martial art.
While some students in the advanced class certainly can toss each other around to get out of messy situations, they also learn the basics of staying both physically and mentally safe and how to embody this philosophy — one that fosters “a sense of loving protection for all living things,” as James Goeman, a local Aikido instructor, described.
Whether you head to a local studio or practice with UT Aikido Club, you will learn valuable tactics that extend further than mere physical strength.