By Phong Thong Dang
Even though Aikido is usually considered a nonviolent, noncompetitive martial artwork, using guns used to be brought by way of the art's founder O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba. actually, aikido innovations that use wood guns can increase all facets of your perform, supporting you to appreciate either uncomplicated and complex aikido technical strategies in addition to conceptual recommendations and skills.
Building at the authors' trust that no empty-hand procedure is entire with out guns education, Aikido guns innovations: The wood Sword, Stick, and Knife of Aikido demonstrates weapon use either as a coaching instrument to raised illustrate aikido rules, and as a self-defense opposed to weapon assaults, targeting the 3 fundamental guns utilized in aikido:
- Ken—the wood sword
- Jo—the wood staff
- Tanto—the wood knife
A entire dialogue of every weapon is integrated, with descriptions of the stances, grips, thoughts, types, defenses, and coaching applicable for each.
With over two hundred step by step photos and precise directions, this publication offers an in-depth exploration of guns use in aikido—from its religious implications to technical idea and functional use
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When traditionally placed on the right, the sword signifies no hostile intent, since it is harder for most people to draw from that side. Placed on the left, the usual positioning for drawing, the sword signifies some hesitancy or hostile intent. Never place the edge and handle near or toward a host. This is considered an insult. For practical purposes and convenience, the wooden weapons used in training are allowed to be on the left-hand side of the student while in seiza (kneeling) position. Grip Grip the ken with your right hand forward and your left hand to the rear (Figure 2-2).
3-13 Aikido Weapons Techniques 3-14 3-15 3-16 Basic Strikes Besides the tsuki (straight thrust) and the horizontal slide, the other three basic strikes are the shomen-uchi (overhead downward strike), the yokomen-uchi (diagonal strike), and the low sweep. Shomen-Uchi From the front ready position (Figure 3-17), inhale while raising the jo by keeping your arms relaxed and rotating from the shoulders directly up the centerline. Follow a vertical circular path until the jo is behind your body and your hands are directly overhead (Figure 3-18).
Allow your weight to settle to the underside. Extend k:i through the arms and into the sword, controlling the tip. This is the best defensive stance, since it places the sword between the attacker and the intended target. Slight movements allow the sword to be utilized to block or parry. Slight forward movement allows the blade to be used for thrusting or stabbing. The weakness of this position is that performing any full body cuts would require movement away from the intended path, taking more time and leaving some sense of vulnerability.
Aikido Weapons Techniques: The Wooden Sword, Stick, and Knife of Aikido by Phong Thong Dang