Aikido, while uniquely beautiful among the martial arts, is also deceptively powerful, effective, and efficient. Dedicated practitioners know that advanced training means not only striving to master techniques, but also developing a deeper understanding of the history, philosophy and concepts at the core of this martial art.
In Advanced Aikido, Phong Thong Dang and Lynn Seiser present an in-depth look at the complete art of Aikido, from the underlying theories that drive the techniques and strategies to advice on mastering the throws and locks fundamental to the art. With over 400 illustrations and detailed instructions from one of the leading teachers in the field, even the most experienced practitioners can benefit from the lessons in this book.
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Understanding and Using Ki
The Art of Movement
Throws and Locks
advanced aikido practitioner advanced practitioner advanced student aikido ready stance aikido techniques aikido training AJ/SP apply approach and attack Assume the aikido atemi attack line basic begin breathe centerline concepts consistent and persistent Continue Counter Technique defensive hand dojo elbow enter and blend execution full body power grab ikkyo initiate instructor intent and intensity intercept irimi-nage judo Katame-waza kiai kick Kisshomaru Ueshiba kokyu kokyu-dosa kote-gaeshi kuzushi balance point locks maintain martial arts mind misogi momentum and inertia Moriteru Ueshiba move movement nikyo nonresistance O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba Omoto one's opponent's partner should approach persistent training pivot practice pull randori rear kuzushi point redirect relaxed rotate roundhouse kick sankyo seiza sempai Sensei Phong Shaolin kung fu Shihan shiho-nage Shinto slightly Sokaku Takeda spiritual step forward strike structural alignment student of aikido teach Tenbin-nage tenkan Tenshinkai Aikido throw training partner approaches turn UDE-GARAMI vertical circular path Yonkyo zanshin