Download AIKIDO - YURUSU BUDO. The Irimi-Issoku Principle. by Nishio. Translated by Derek Steel. SHOJI PDF

By Nishio. Translated by Derek Steel. SHOJI

ISBN-10: 4900586293

ISBN-13: 9784900586291

Aikido — Yurusu Budo deals a accomplished examine Nishio Aikido and covers the most important rules of his artwork in the course of the presentation of gyakuhanmi, aihanmi katatedori, sodedori, katadori menuchi, shomenuchi, and yokomenuchi strategies. either empty-handed types in addition to innovations utilizing the sword and employees are awarded.

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It is also important for the way it symbolizes the very essence of aikido, namely by helping you cultivate an ability to move into your opponent’s deadangle space no matter what his movement. Kaitennage sometimes looks as if you’ve let the opponent grab your wrist and you are turning in response; but it only appears this way if the palm of your extended hand is facing down. Done correctly, as your wrist is taken, your body must be facing your opponent’s center and your palm facing up. Entering in this way, palm up (shown at right), puts you in unity with your opponent, creating a foundation for movement in any direction you wish.

As uke cuts downward, shift your body to the right and strike diagonally to the left side of his head. Draw your left hand back and finish with the jo pointing at uke’s throat. 47 逆半身前方下崩し 二教 Gyakuhanmi zenpo shitakuzushi nikyo 通常、二教は手首をつかんで関節を極めると いうように、突きと関係がないように思われて いますが、この技は完全に「突き」を意識した 技になっています。入った時すでに相手の突き 蹴りの攻撃を受けない体勢になっていなければ いけません。相手の顔面へ、掌底と同時に指頭 で目を潰す当てが入っています。 Because nikyo typically demonstrates the application of a joint-lock to the opponent’s wrist, it usually isn’t thought to have much to do with punches and other thrusting attacks.

See photos on the previous page regarding these foot and hand movements. 本来ならば相手の突きに対して、顔面への掌底 と目潰しが入っている。これは一挙動で行なう。 Drop your right hand down in a large movement in front of uke and step to the right with your right foot. In application, you meet the opponent's thrust with a double attack that includes a palm-heel strike to his face and a fingerstrike to his eyes. → → 本来は相手の突きに対し アゴに掌底 同時に目潰し In real application, meet the opponent’s punch with... a palm-heel strike to his face... followed instantly by a fingerstrike to his eyes.

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