Best Aikido - Ueshiba M. - Ueshiba K. - Book
  • Best Aikido - Ueshiba M. - Ueshiba K. - Book

Best Aikido - Ueshiba M. - Ueshiba K. - Book

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Although it is a difficult concept for beginning students to understand, the techniques of Aikido are born from the harmonization between the human body
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Although it is a difficult concept for beginning students to understand, the techniques of Aikido are born from the harmonization between the human body and the universal energy (ki) of heaven and earth. Or more simply, all the various Aikido techniques are derived from the principle of natural movement. Since each and every Aikido technique has a special character, open to individual interpretation, the number of Aikido techniques is limitless. Thus, Aikido cannot be taught in strictly set patterns or put into a rigid system. In order to establish the practice of Aikido even more widely, after careful consideration Kisshomaru Ueshiba selected, from the vast number of possibilities, the techniques most essential to the art. These techniques can be practiced by anyone, young or old, and will make it easier to train and achieve efficiency in the art. 'Best Aikido' was co-authored with his son Moriteru, who is carrying on the tradition of developing and promoting Aikido, according to its true principles. Kisshomaru Ueshiba is the second Aikido Doshu (the person who embodies the spirit of Aikido as inherited from the founder and is the living symbol of Aikido). He was born in 1921 and became master of the Aikido World Headquarters in 1948, and in 1967 was named chairman of the Aikikai Foundation. He died in 1999 • Moriteru Ueshiba is the third Aikido Doshu. He was born in 1951, the son of the late Kisshomaru Ueshiba and became master of the Aikido World Headquarters in 1986, and in 1996 was named chairman of the Aikikai Foundation. He holds several important posts related to the martial arts and is a trustee of the Nippon Budokan, Tokyo. Foreword • What Is Aikido? • Aikido Questions and Answers 1. PREPARATION FOR TRAINING 1. Stance • 2. Combative Distance and Eye Focus • 3. Etiquette, Formal Sitting, Knee Walking • 4. Foot Movement • 5. Body Movement • 6. Breakfalls • 7. Hand-Sword • 8. Warm-up Exercises for the Wrist • 9. Back Stretch • 10. Body Turn 2. FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES 1. Throwing Techniques • 2. Pinning Techniques • 3. Breath Power Training 3. BASIC TECHNIQUES 1. Throwing Techniques • 2. Throwing and Pinning Combination Techniques • 3. Pinning Techniques
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