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Aikido basic techniques

Aikido basic techniques


List of Aikido Techniques with Instructions Listed below are a wide variety of Aikido techniques (i.e. elbow control, throws, pinning, etc.). This Japanese martial arts has hundreds of different techniques and combinations. Nevertheless, we have tried to list a number of the most common basic techniques and/or well-known techniques used in Aikido and provide you with instructional…


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Best combat Sports

Best combat Sports


60 Shares Boxing, wrestling, and MMA – all have tough individuals, but who is the toughest of them all? Who would be left standing if an open tournament would take place tonight? Determining who is the best in combat sports often goes hand-in-hand with determining who is the biggest and best. The reason combat sports have weight classes is that it is assumed that a bigger man…


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Rules of Aikido

Rules of Aikido


Here are some of them: Entering and leaving the dojo, it is necessary to bow towards the place where the portrait of O-Sensei is. Aikido is a long and not an easy Way. With this bow you pay a tribute of respect to the place where you penetrate into the secrets of this martial art. Food, smoking, and gum chewing are forbidden at trainings. You may drink mineral water. However…


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Aikido of Scottsdale

Aikido of Scottsdale


Click to watch Miyamoto Sensei at the 2009 All Japan Aikido Demonstration. Brinsley Sensei can be seen taking some of the ukemi. Please enjoy! On Memorial Day Monday May 30th come train at the 9am class - all other classes are cancelled. Normal schedule resumes Tuesday May 31st. Schedule Change: The dojo will be closed tomorrow Sat May 21st. Normal schedule resumes Sunday May…


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Aikido Malaysia

Aikido Malaysia


As a form of budo (martial ways), aikido offers more than just a fighting art. It is the path of personal discovery and character improvement. The path on which you have taken the first steps, is different for each person. However, if you train diligently you will see improvements in many areas of your life. Some of the benefits include physical fitness, improved self-confidence…


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bjj origin

bjj origin


The gorilla weave on these gis is 2nd only to the dragon weave of the axioms. I really feel spoiled in my Origin gis. I have tried a number of Gis in the past. After only two times wearing it, I m hooked! Unlike any other Gi out there! Thanks for developing an American made Gi that is far better then anything out there! Out of all the gus I own this is my favorite by far. I…


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Japanese Jutsu

Japanese Jutsu


Freak is a word which can mean an ardent enthusiast and we use it with love and affection. I am married to a Jiu-Jitsu freak, a man super passionate about martial arts, that he is an eidetic memory. He can pull from memory and rattle off every technique that a colleague taught at a seminar and himself has an encyclopedic mind for throws, grips, wrist locks and takedowns…


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Aikido Norwich

Aikido Norwich


Steve Fyffe, 4th Dan, Norfolk and Norwich Shin-Gi-Tai Yodokan Steve is 63 and was born blind. Despite this, he has practised martial arts for most of his life. He started Judo in 1957 and continued until approximately, 1976. He attained the rank of 4th Dan BJA and BJC. Steve started Aikido as soon as he was allowed to in the mid to late 1960s. At the present time he holds the…


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Aikido Hombu Dojo

Aikido Hombu Dojo


What is Aikido? Aikido is a modern Martial Art created by the Founder, Morihei Ueshiba. After the Founder s passing, his son Kisshomaru Ueshiba was inaugurated as Aikido Doshu. At present, Moriteru Ueshiba has succeeded his father as Aikido Doshu. The Aikikai Foundation is an association that was established in order to support inheritance of Aikido created by the Founder…


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Two Cranes Aikido

Two Cranes Aikido


Kimberly Richardson MA, LMT Began training 40 years ago Kimberly began her Aikido training at Naropa Institute in 1978 and shortly after moved to Seattle to train with Mary Heiny Sensei. Determined athleticism, psychotherapy practices and energy awareness skills are key elements of her spirited teaching. Kimberly has studied throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and…


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Aikido step by step

Aikido step by step


The basic strategy in Verbal Aikido, called ‘reaching Ai-ki’ (or balancing the energy of an exchange) is centered on a simple three-step approach: Receiving the attack with an Inner Smile , Accompanying the attack to a point of destabilization, Rebalancing the attack so the attacker may save face. Everyone already has strengths and weaknesses in each of these steps, but to…


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Fort Collins Aikido

Fort Collins Aikido


Facing physical, mental, and spiritual challenges, the Aikido practitioner gains positive physical aspects such as strength, muscle tone, stamina, etc. He gains mental discipline and strength that manifests in ways such as confidence, perseverance, and commitment. As a child is said to be free and on his own after his physical and mental abilities have matured, the same can…


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