AIKIDO TERMS

http://www.stenudd.com/aikido/aikido-glossary.htm

 

INSTRUCTIONAL AIKIDO VIDEOS

VIDEOS OF FUNDAMENTAL AIKIDO TECHNIQUES

OVERVIEW

1. First Control (ikkyo)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505834-How-to-Do-Ikkyo-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_4940150_aikido-ikkyo-wrist-grab-defense.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_4936125_mune-tsuki-ikkyo-part-1.html

2. Second Control (nikyo)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505835-How-to-Do-Nikyo-Aikido-Lessons

3. Third Control (sankyo)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505836-How-to-Do-Sankyo-Aikido-Lessons

http://aikidodojoonline.com/videos/aikido-third-technique-sankyo/

http://www.ehow.com/video_2355973_aikido-sankyo-hook-punch-defense.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_2355972_aikido-sankyo-straight-punch-defense.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356150_aikido-wrist-grabs-sankyo.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_4936128_mune-tsuki-sankyo-intermediate-aikido.html?wa%5Fvrid=1776ddf0%2D8aab%2D4c97%2Da30d%2Dcd4c8d9ebaa2&cp=1&wa%5Fvlsrc=continuous&pid=1

http://www.ehow.com/video_4939690_aikido-technique-overhead-attack-wrist.html

4. Four-Direction Throw (shiho-nage)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_O_h3m-pp0

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505826-How-to-Do-Shihonage-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356162_aikido-wrist-grabs-shihonage.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_4939686_aikido-technique-grab-front-fourdirection.html

5. Outward Wrist Twist (kote-gaeshi)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505839-How-to-Do-Kotegaeshi-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_4936129_mune-tsuki-kotegaeshi-intermediate-aikido.html

6. Entering Throw (irimi-nage)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505825-How-to-Do-Irimi-Nage-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356160_aikido-wrist-grabs-iriminage.html?wa%5Fvrid=3c610c2c%2D23f4%2D4328%2Dbda1%2D32d6be103e6b&cp=1&wa%5Fvlsrc=continuous&pid=1

7. Heaven-and-Earth Throw (tenchi-nage)

8. Corner Drop (sumi-otoshi)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505833-How-to-Do-Sumi-Otoshi-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_4939695_aikido-technique-kosadori-koshinage.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_4939699_aikido-technique-katatedori-sumi-otoshi.html

9. Momentum Throw (kokyu-nage)

http://www.ehow.com/video_4940158_aikido-kokyunage-wrist-grab-defense.html

10. Breath Throw (sayu-nage)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505827-How-to-Do-Kokyu-Nage-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356163_aikido-wrist-grabs-sayunage.html

11. Hip Throw (koshi-nage)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505831-How-to-Do-Koshi-Nage-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_4939695_aikido-technique-kosadori-koshinage.html

12. Wheel Throw (kaiten-nage)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505828-How-to-Do-Kaiten-Nage-Aikido-Lessons

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356158_aikido-wrist-grabs-yonkyo-kaitenage.html

13. Elbow Drop (hiji-otoshi)

http://www.ehow.com/video_4936130_mune-tsuki-hiji-otoshi-intermediate.html?wa%5Fvrid=569958c7%2Dd570%2D480a%2Dada9%2Dcbef3b27e55b&cp=1&wa%5Fvlsrc=continuous&pid=1

14. Multiple Defense (randori)

 

 

SUMI OTOSHI (CORNER DROP)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505833-Aikido-Techniques-Sumi-Otoshi-How-to-Do-Aikido

 

VIDEOS SHOWING IKKYO (FIRST CONTROL)

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356146_aikido-wrist-grabs-ikkyo.html?cp=1&wa%5Fvlsrc=continuous&pid=1&wa%5Fvrid=0583e8be%2D2f97%2D4eef%2D9634%2Da8395e334082

 

VIDEOS SHOWING SHIHONAGE (FOUR-DIRECTION THROW)

http://www.howcast.com/videos/505826-Aikido-Techniques-Shihonage-How-to-Do-Aikido

http://www.ehow.com/video_2356162_aikido-wrist-grabs-shihonage.html

 

BEGINNER GUIDE TO AIKIDO ROLLS

Here are some good instructional videos which show how to safely roll from aikido techniques:

 

AIKIDO ROLLING TUTORIAL VIDEOS

 

HISTORY OF KEMPO

Kempo

Kempo is a generic name for multiple streams of martial art that originated in Japan and many use the hand game. So it’s not just a name but the name of the flow of many streams and methods. Meaning of Kempo Martial with the game itself is a hand (in Mandarin called Quanfa).

The multiple streams of famous Kempo in Japan and Western countries are:

Tenshin Koryu Kempo, a martial arts since hundreds of years old before the Tokugawa era (Meiji Era). The last great teacher of this school is Takashi Ueno. Tenshin Koryu Kempo Martial is derived from a combination of flow Jujutsu Shinto Tenshin-ryu, weapons and empty hand techniques Asayama Ichiden-ryu and Shinto Muso-ryu Daken Taijutsu moves with the flow Hontai Kijin Chosui-ryu Daken Taijutsu Kukishinden. One of the inheritors of this flow is the grandmaster Tanemura shoto of Genbukan Dojo.

Nihon Kempo, modern martial arts Master Masaru Sawayama creation. Unique martial arts and is a combination of techniques from Karate-kick at the dings and techniques of Judo and Jujutsu struggle. Now it’s become a popular sport in many countries.

Kosho-Ryu Kempo,
martial arts handed down from the Mitose family. Last Grandmaster of this school is Masayoshi Mitose which then lowers his knowledge to his students are American. So that the flow is known as Kempo American Kenpo Karate.

Shorinji Kempo, martial arts comes from the joint Indo Kempo (Martial Arts of India) and the ancient Chinese science ketabiban created by Bodhidharma / Dharma Taishi / Tatmo Cowsu a Buddhist monk to be given to candidates bikhsu as religious education in Zen Buddhism, in the year 550 M, spread after world War 2 by So Doshin.

 

AIKIDO VIDEO, SHOWING BASIC MOVEMENTS

Morito Suganuma , born July 27, 1942, is a Japanese aikido teacher holding the rank of 8th degree black belt. He is also a well-known shodo master and regularly practices zen meditation and yoga. He is the founder and chief instructor at Aikido Shoheijuku Dojo in Fukuoka, Japan, which encompasses about 70 dojo and 4000 students.

The following video link presents his demonstration of aikido basic training:

 

AIKIDO PROVIDES MOVES TO ESCAPE FROM MULTIPLE ASSAILANTS

Randori (乱取り) is a term used in Japanese martial arts to describe free-style practice. The term literally means “chaos taking” or “grasping freedom,” implying a freedom from the structured practice of kata. Randori may be contrasted with kata, as two potentially complementary types of training.

The exact meaning of randori depends on the martial art it is used in. In judo, jujitsu and Shodokan Aikido, among others, it most often refers to one-on-one sparring where partners attempt to resist and counter each other’s techniques. In other styles of aikido, in particular Aikikai, it refers to a form of practice in which a designated aikidoka defends against multiple attackers in quick succession without knowing how they will attack or in what order.

 

SEE VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9saSoJflGws