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Lynn Seiser,Phong Thong Dang

Aikido Basics

Get your training off to a great start—from basic footwork and throws to training and demonstrations—this book is a perfect introduction to aikido for beginners. It's everything you need to get started in aikido!Are you ready to learn aikido, but don't know where to begin? Are you intimidated by the unfamiliar terms or the powerful aikido techniques? With Aikido Basics you'll become an expert in this Japanese martial art in no time! Whether you are considering taking up this martial art, or you've already started, this Aikido book offers an easy, yet comprehensive introduction to everything you need to know to feel confident and be successful.You'll learn about:The origins of aikido—philosophy, history and different stylesWhat really happens in an aikido class—invaluable tips on choosing the right school, getting ready for your first class, and basic training methodsThe essential elements—stances, strikes, grabs, throws, and pinsHow to complement your aikido training—ki exercises, multiple-person training, and freestyle exercisesEffective ways to succeed in aikido—create a training program, test for belt promotion, and participate in competitions and tournamentsResources—help further develop your aikido training
374 páginas impresas
Publicación original
2011

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    Jan Dahlcompartió una citael año pasado
    The triangle, square, and circle are central to the philosophy of aikido, and symbolize important aspects of the art. The triangle represents fire and water, and symbolizes various trinities such as mind-body-spirit and past-present-future. The triangle represents the flow of ki and a stable physical posture. The circle is the universal symbol for infinity, eternity, serenity, and perfection. The circle is fluid with no beginning and no end. As you accept and understand the principle of the circle, you will find that it is big enough to apply to your whole life, yet small enough to apply to your aikido techniques. The square is stability, order, and applied control. Together, they represent and symbolize the interrelatedness and harmony of humankind (triangle), earth (square), and heaven (circle).

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