Aikido Basics

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Tuttle Publishing, 2003 - 192 páginas
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In Aikido Basics, the beginning student will find invaluable advice and information for the study of this popular form of martial arts. Martial Arts Hall of Fame inductee, Dang Phong, shares his secrets to building a successful training program, testing for belt promotion, and understanding and developing Ki, the energy used in aikido. The author incorporates a discussion of aikido's origin, its history and philosophical underpinnings, and an explanation of the different branches of aikido.
  

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Introduction
9
The History of Aikido
10
The Philosophy of Aikido
13
The Different Branches of Aikido
21
Getting Started
23
Choosing the Right School
24
Clothing and Equipment
29
Your First Class
32
Applying the Basics
111
Ki Development
112
Randori and Jiyuwaza
119
The Training Session
123
Warming Up
124
How to Participate in a Workout
137
Mental Training
143
SelfDefense
152

Safety
38
Learning the Basics
43
Basic Principles
44
Stances and Footwork
54
Strikes
63
Grabs
69
Throwing Techniques
75
Locking and Pinning Techniques
95
Making Progress
161
Setting a Goal and Setting Up a Training Program
162
Testing for Belt Promotion
169
Demonstrations
181
Glossary
185
Resources
188
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Advanced Aikido
Phong Thong Dang,Lynn Seiser
Pré-visualização limitada - 2006

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Phong Thong Dang holds a sixth degree black belt in aikido, a sixth degree black belt in tae kwon do, a fifth degree black belt in judo, and an eighth degree black belt in Vietnamese Shaolin kungfu. He currently teaches in southern CA.

Phong Thong Dang holds a sixth degree black belt in Aikido, a sixth degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, a fifth degree black belt in Judo, and an eighth degree black belt in Vietnamese Shaolin Kung Fu. The World Martial Arts Hall of Fame inducted Phong twice: once for his expertise in Aikido and again for his lifelong dedication to the martial arts. He has been featured in "Karate Illustrated, Aikido Journal, Aikido Today, Martial Arts and Combat Sports," and "Black Belt." He has practiced the martial arts for over fifty years and currently teaches in southern California.
Lynn Seiser is an internationally respected psychotherapist, consultant and trainer. Seiser has over three decades of martial arts training and experience. He currently holds the rank of Sandan (third degree black belt) in Tenshinkai Aikido under Sensei Phong Thong Dang.

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