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Nobody forces you to ditch the 24 Just stay with it and the test at the cert/recert with the 20 will be a walk in the park.
What do the rules say? Can someone who is allowed to use a lighter KB use a heavier KB for the cert? Or is this a safety concern? OTOH, if someone has been consistently training with a heavier KB then it should be "safe" for them to use the heavier KB given that their body has adapted to the heavier weight.Nobody forces you to ditch the 24 Just stay with it and the test at the cert/recert with the 20 will be a walk in the park.
You're not old until you jump out of bed and your butt slaps you in the back of the legs. So at 67 I'm still 'young'.Pretty close to 36, which means closer to 40 than to 30.
Typing the numbers in I immidiately feel older *lol*
My mother said approximately that at age 78. She came out of the bathroom one evening sort of touching her face and said, "What happened? I was just 19 and suddenly I'm old and wrinkly. I still feel 19 though!"When my grandfather turned 80, he said he still felt the same on the inside as he did when he was in his 20s. Our minds never really age, only our bodies.
Sometimes the differences between generations and the great wisdom and acute viewpoints of the more elderly are, by them, most succintly put as "get off my lawn!"