Vol Advanced Techniques

JAPANESE PUBLICATIONS CENT 5 WARWICK STREE' LONDON WIR 5RA TEL 01-439-8036 As taught by the Founder to the Author, Aikido is an extremely efficient and versatile martial art. It does not rely upon a weapon or weapons but shows that the body movements are the same whether one holds a weapon or not. The term riai means, literally, a blending of truths. By understanding Aikido through riai, one sees that the taijutsu techniques were developed from movements using the sword. Therefore, training...

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Mzthtl i i- T fi clB ' r t fflo A 1j it LIIH tfc , lt n f ij Move toward your opponent to take his ken. Move to left hammi to avoid the ken from being taken and turn toward uke's back. Flow with the opponent's extended power, cut up across the abdomen and finish as shown to protect your entire body.

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1 J ffif- lt r gt amp lt n H c 6 fi tt i H b D te L f ti lt o-tc Move your body out of the line of attack and grasp the jo. Step in front of your opponent with your right foot. Raise the jo over your head, turn and destroy your opponent's balance. Step out of the attack line and grasp the jo under the opponent's left arm with your right hand. Note how the right hand holds Lock his left elbow and raise the jo. Move to right hammi, align with his body, raise the jo up and throw him. between the...

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Turn your body, step back with the right poi-r- Ri-ii lt t - ' v-h. i a h t Lower the hips and step back with the left foot. The right foot is forward. Drawing a half circle with both hands, raise the jo to your forehead. Step forward with the right foot to move the opponent. Settle the hips, turn them and throw.

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Ffl io l o frM i iz amp frvrmva , Pi y Blend with the opponent as he raises his Move widely to the right and strike. Blend with the opponent as he raises his Extend against his right elbow, and pivot on your left foot. Raise the jo, wrapping Technique No. 5 See pages 166, 167 Move with Jodan Gaeshi and strike his face. Move to the left and strike his wrist. Do Hasso Gaeshi and strike his face. Place the right hand at the center of the jo. The left hand is forward. The left hand lightly moves...

Aikido Advanced Techniques

Stand with the jo in front of the left foot. Move your body out of the line of attack, flowing with the thrust. Dodge uke's thrust by stepping to the right rear. Step back with the left foot. Drop to your left knee and protect the left side of your face. During your defense adopt the hito e mi stance and thrust. Step forward with the left foot and strike. The Sixth Kumijo is for controlling the attacker through taijutsu style movements. During the defense, one does not thrust even though it is...

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amp - lt gt ' t L T- Nfe np m 1 Stand with the j in front of the left foot. Move to the left and parry his thrust. 3 Pay attention to how the right hand holds the j . Hold the j5 in the middle with the left g hand, give it a half turn and strike down. Withdraw the jo and thrust again at uke's side. Stand with the jo in front of the left foot. Step around to the rear with the right foot out of the line of attack. Katate toma uchi. Put the jo behind the neck, take one step forward. During the...

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During your body turn, grasp the opponent's wrist with both your hands and turn it outward. Re Grasp the hilt of the opponent's ken with your right hand. Place your left arm under his elbows, ffl lt 7 gt t- i- L T 2J 5 IR h Z t This technique is called Shinken Shiraha Dori. It is very important to raise the ken along the opponent's center when taking it from him. Grasp the hilt of the opponent's ken with your left hand. Step on his right foot with your right foot, extend your hand to his chin...

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Ir JE h fil f- o ir Iii ffit- 9 i t 7J n lift ti l l-f t o Tachidori No. 1 Tachidori from right hammi. Tachidori No. 1 Tachidori from right hammi. Step forward with her right foot and enter to the opponent's right side. Grasp the hilt of his ken with your right hand. Place your right foot behind the opponent and place your hip next to his body. Rotate your hips and throw him. Point his ken at him. As the opponent raises his ken and strikes slide the left foot in and blend with his movement....

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Aikido Techniques

Have the feeling of passing through the opponent's abdomen as you enter with your body. Fifth Kumitachi Variation 2 Ken Method Fifth Kumitachi Variation 2 Ken Method Flow with the opponent's approaching power. As shown Control his elbow. m 0 frM 9 l-feh-itXti fffl iO ffi

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WSrtAiaO U lt 1 U Tfi fflf- This technique is called Irimi Nage. This technique is called Irimi Nage. Blend with the opponent's movement as he raises his ken and enter with the left foot Note the right hand Grasp his collar with your left hand. Rotate your hips to destroy his balance and step to his rear with your right foot. Throw him with the same movement as raising the ken using your breath power. At this time take his ken and control him.

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Raise the jo over your head, enter in front of your opponent. Turn your body and strike down with the jo. Slide a half a step to his rear and strike As the opponent tries to hold your jo down, lead him down, and control his left When the opponent leans forward, thrust Scoop up the opponent's right leg to Raise the jo from his side, step around with the left foot and restrain him.

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Stand in the posture of right hammi. Cut obliquely up, extend the ken point to uke s chest, step out with the left foot and bring up the right From this posture, movement can be made in any direction . Take one step back with the left foot and strike down. Step forward with the left foot and strike. Defend by adopting the attitude of a tsuki. Defend by cutting down. Settle the hips and adopt the attitude of a tsuki. hitoemi fl gt 0 JT - Mtc - gt olt - is- t...