By Phong Thong Dang
Even if Aikido is frequently considered a nonviolent, noncompetitive martial artwork, using guns used to be brought by way of the art's founder O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba. in reality, aikido recommendations that use wood guns can increase all facets of your perform, supporting you to appreciate either simple and complex aikido technical strategies in addition to conceptual innovations and skills.
Building at the authors' trust that no empty-hand approach is whole with no guns education, Aikido guns strategies: The wood Sword, Stick, and Knife of Aikido demonstrates weapon use either as a coaching software to higher illustrate aikido rules, and as a self-defense opposed to weapon assaults, concentrating on the 3 fundamental guns utilized in aikido:
- Ken—the wood sword
- Jo—the wood staff
- Tanto—the wood knife
A whole dialogue of every weapon is integrated, with descriptions of the stances, grips, innovations, varieties, defenses, and coaching acceptable for each.
With over two hundred step by step pictures and special directions, this publication offers an in-depth exploration of guns use in aikido—from its non secular implications to technical idea and sensible use
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Aikido Weapons Techniques: The Wooden Sword, Stick, and Knife of Aikido
Even supposing Aikido is usually considered a nonviolent, noncompetitive martial paintings, using guns used to be brought by means of the art's founder O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba. actually, aikido suggestions that use wood guns can improve all points of your perform, aiding you to appreciate either uncomplicated and complex aikido technical strategies in addition to conceptual options and abilities.
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Extra resources for Aikido Weapons Techniques: The Wooden Sword, Stick, and Knife of Aikido
Xecure the third shomen-uchi (Figure 2-21). Raise your arms up, using your shoulders as the pivot poinr, and follow a vertical circular path upward . ROLate or pivot at your hips 180 degrees to the rear, at 9:00 o'clock beneath the ken (Figure 2-22). Execute the fourth shomen-uchi (Figure 2-23). Raise your arms up, using your shoulders as the pivot poinr, and follovv a vertical circular path upward. :xc ·ute the fi lth shomcn- uchi (h gu rc 2-2'5). Raise your anns up using your shou lders as the pi' -or poim, and l'ol low a ,·cnical ci t"L:ular pat h upward .
This acknowledges respect and gratitude to O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba for the art he has given us. The practice of bowing after every training session also reminds one that the art of the ken is a spiritual, as well as a physical, discipline. As you end a training session, remember the physical skills and spiritual qualities you have developed. Chapter 3 jO: WOODEN STAFF In sixteenth-century Japan, a time of great feudal fighting, a samurai named Muso Gonnosuke trained in all weapons. He studied at the Katori Shinto-ryu and the Kashima Shinto-ryu.
Reverse the direction and bring the ken forward, following the same vertical circular path, following the centerline from the rear, over the head, and down the front. Let your weight settle to the underside of the ken, and step forward. Bring your left, rear, hand into the Boken: Wooden Sword 2-15 2-19 2-16 2-20 2-17 2-21 center; which becomes the stabilizing pivot point. Snap the ken down to a horizontal position, executing the first shomen-uchi of the series (Figure 2-17). Raise your arms up, using your shoulders as the pivot point, and follow a vertical circular path upward.