Aikido Toho Iai - Russ M. - Book
  • Aikido Toho Iai - Russ M. - Book

Aikido Toho Iai - Russ M. - Book

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O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, often said to his students that training Aikido without using the sword is not enough. This book introduce
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O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, often said to his students that training Aikido without using the sword is not enough. This book introduces for the first time a system founded by Nishio Sensei called Aikido Toho Iai, which is the connection between the art of sword drawing and Aikido technique. The sword is the origin of the Aikido technique, and this book shows you how to use it in the right way. The core of the book is comprised of 15 sword and sword-drawing techniques, and their corresponding empty-hand Aikido counterparts. Each technique is laid out in sequential photographs, accompanied by explanatory text. Every effort is made to show the close relationship between sword work, for which Nishio Sensei was well known, and the movement and body mechanics that will be familiar to most Aikido students. It includes 600 step-step full-color photographs, and introduces for the first time a system founded by Nishio Sensei called Aikido Toho Iai. Recommended for followers of aiki arts of all styles. The author, Michael Russ Sensei, has an extensive background in martial arts, including Aikido, Karate and Jiu-Jitsu. He is a direct student of the late Shoji Nishio Sensei, and this book is dedicated to the heavily sword-influenced Nishio style of Aikido, which Nishio Sensei called 'sAikido Toho Iai.'s Preface PART I BACKGROUND 1. History of swordsmanship in ancient Japan 2. The Japanese sword 3. The Dojo and etiquette 4. The training lesson PART II BASICS 1. Before the fight 2. In sword combat with the opponent 3. The fight is over 4. Finishing the form PART III The Sword forms Shohatto Maegiri - Ukenagashi - Ushirogiri - Zengogiri - Sayugiri - Tsuka Osae - Tekubi Osae - Kawashi Tsuki - Tsukekomi - Tsume - Sanpo - Shiho - Nukiawase - Todome - Suemonogiri PART IV TRANSFERRING THE PRINCIPLES OF SWORDFIGHTING INTO AIKIDO 1. Waiting for an attack 2. Fighting an opponent 3. Symmetry in Aikido PART V THE AIKIDO TECHNIQUES 1. Ai Hanmi Katate Don No Ikkyo 2. Shomen Uchi lkkyo 3. Gyaku Hanmi Katate Don No Kaiten Nage 4. Ai Hanmi Katate Don No Shiho Nage 5. Gyaku Hanmi Katate Don No Shiho Nage 6. Gyaku Hanmi Nikyo 7. Ai Hanmi Nikyo 8. Jodan Tsuki No Sankyo 9. Jodan Tsuki No Kote Kaeshi 10. Shomen Uchi No Irimi Nage 11. Shomen Uchi Uchi Kaiten Sankyo 12. Yokomen Uchi No Shiho Nage 13. Yokomen Uchi Gokyo PART VI APPENDIX List of the 15 described sword forms and the Aikido techniques
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