"Walking is martial arts"
What this means is that no matter what sort of physique you have, you can do Aikido. Whether you are rigid or soft or thin or heavy set, you can do Aikido in your own way as long as you find the way to move that's most natural for yourself.
In other words, you must continue to improve your physique so that it is not forced but natural. You could say that this is the unrelenting struggle of shugyo. So, if you develop the physique that is best suited to your age, you will be able to do Aikido forever, no matter how old you are.
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New Year, new plans. Brief trip plan Planned trip time: starting March and later Party: 8 persons (2 cars available, more cars can join) Distance to drive: > 3000 km Countries: Latvia-Lithuania-Estonia (-possibly Helsinki, Finland) Dynamics: calm and peaceful Trip expenses: average European expenses, including return bus or train (to Krakow or to Warsaw), amortization of cars (they are privately owned …