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Aikido, The Basics - Roedel B. - Book

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Aikido is a highly developed martial art form based on standardized principles which the book explains by numerous examples of movements. The basics of the
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Aikido is a highly developed martial art form based on standardized principles which the book explains by numerous examples of movements. The basics of the foot and hand movements are also covered. The details of the basic techniques of Aikido are not merely described the reader also learns their implementation. A close look is taken on the roles of the defender and the attacker. The book content is based on the mainstream of the worldwide Aikido Organization (Aikikai). The book concludes with a section containing additional information about Aikido and its training. Bodo Roedel, 5th Dan Aikikai, has been practicing Aikido since he was 16 years old. Since 1993 he has been a pupil of one of the leading worldwide trainers in Aikido - Christian Tissier Shihan, 7th Dan Aikikai. For the last ten years he has been passing on his knowledge in the Bodo Roedel Aikido School in Cologne, Germany. The emphasis of his instruction is placed on delivering a modern, well-thought-out and dynamic form of Aikido. - The Reason for a Book About Aikido - Foreword by Christian Tissier shihan, 7th dan aikikai - Notes About the Content of the Book 1. WHAT IS AIKIDO? 1.1 Aikido Comparisons - 1.2 The Basic Premises in this Book - 1.3 Aikido Exercise Forms 2. FOOT MOVEMENTS 2.1 kamae - 2.2 Changing Foot on the Spot - 2.3 irimi - 2.4 tenkan - 2.5 tai-sabaki - 2.6 tai no henka - 2.7 Foot Movements ndash 90! Angles - 2.8 tsugi ashi - 2.9 shikko - 2.10 Foot Positions for Sword Exercises 3. HAND MOVEMENTS 3.1 Hand Movements from an ai-hanmi katate dori - 3.2 Hand Movements from a gyaku-hanmi katate dori - 3.3 Grips Against the Sword - 3.4 Hand Movements Against Punches and Kicks 4 WORKING UP TECHNIQUES 4.1 katate ryote dori - 4.2 kata dori men uchi - 4.3 shomen uchi - 4.4 yokomen uchi - 4.5 Application 5. DETAILS OF THE AIKIDO TECHNIQUES 5.1 ikkyo - 5.2 nikkyo - 5.3 sankyo - 5.4 yonkyo - 5.5 gokyo - 5.6 hiji kime osae - 5.7 ude garami - 5.8 irimi nage - 5.9 shiho nage - 5.10 ude kime nage - 5.11 kaiten nage - 5.12 kote gaeshi - 5.13 koshi nage - 5.14 tenchi nage - 5.15 sumi otoshi - 5.16 juji garame nage - 5.17 aiki otoshi - 5.18 kokyu nage - 5.19 ushiro kiri otoshi - 5.20 suwari waza kokyu ho 6. AIKIDO IS BASED ON PRINCIPLES 6.1 Correct Posture ndash shisei - 6.2 Balanced Distance ndash ma-ai - 6.3 Searching for Exchange ndash aiki - 6.4 Maintaining a Guard - 6.5 Working with Axes and Angles - 6.6 Learning Pure and Economical Movements - 6.7 Maintaining Onersquos Own Integrity and Preserving That of the Opponent - 6.8 Intention, Decision and Action ndash ki-ken-tai 7. LEARNING AIKIDO 7.1 The Three Phases of Learning in Aikido - 7.2 Aikido as a Way of Learning Freedom of Movement - 7.3 Ideal Techniques and Application - 7.4 Examples of Movements - 7.5 Application - 7.6 Working with Priorities - 7.7 Changing the Rhythm of Movement 8. LEARNING THE ROLE OF UKE ndash UKEMI 8.1 Getting the Correct Position - 8.2 Working with Agreements - 8.3 Attacking Correctly -
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