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					Basic Guide to Aikido

Aikido is a unique form of martial arts. The emphasis falls on the
harmonious combination of mind and body with the natural laws of nature.
Aikido focuses on accepting and respecting the power of life and nature
and channeling these techniques to express the energy balance in physical
form.

Aikido is often seen as being more of a defensive martial art, because
the techniques and lessons are designed so that you can prevent or out of
a jam. Rather, the techniques of Aikido are very powerful and effective.

Basically, there are four levels of technical training in aikido. These
are the kata in the context of basic training and aims at laying the
foundations of body movements and respiration, trains iavarakai defendant
to turn the attack and the Movement for unification to take control of
the attacker or situation, Ki-Nagar, which does not involve the formation
of the accused or a defense against combining the movements of the
attacker before he comes into contact, and ki, which is the technique of
Aikido has the absolute and connection points or the spirit of counsel to
the attacker.

When training for Aikido, you need sparring partners. Uke and swimming.
Uke is the initiator and receives aikido attack technique, and counsel
for swimming and to neutralize the attack.

Aikido basic techniques include Ikki including control of an attacker by
placing one hand on the elbow and one near the wrist giving an
opportunity to throw the attacker to the ground, which draws in the uke
using vristlock Niki and arm twists in the application of pressure on the
nerve pain, which is a technique for rotation Sankio the application of
tension in the spiral arm assembly, including the elbow and shoulder The
control technique ionkio neck with both hands holding hands, the second
variant goki Ikki

where the hand holds the wrist is inverted and it is very useful to carry
arms, or four shihnage direction of fire, or return pulse NAGE, which
includes moving vristlock extending finger food; kokinage also known as
respiration or calendar items or spear iriminage enter the body spear, as
"technical" clothesline; tenchinage heaven and earth or throw, or hip
Aikido koshinage version rid jinage or form-as - 'ten "Boom kaitennage or
rotational play when uke back bare hands clean until it locks the
shoulder joint and then swam apply pressure before discarding the
striker.

These are just basic techniques and a list of thousands of possible
implementation, or a combination can be made by Aikido. In Aikido, the
strikes of workers in the execution of aikido techniques are called
Atemi. For beginners, grabs the first to go. He is safer and Aikido can
easily feel the energy from the UKE bare.

Some basic techniques are the hold-Kattath Dorians and grab one-handed,
which is to use a hand to grab his hand, Morote-dori or both hands,
scoop, which uses both hands to grasp the hand , and Rite-Dorians, also
hands grasping techniques in which both hands are used to meet the two
pulses, kate-Dori, or techniques, seizing her shoulders, and Mune dori or
chest-grab which involves taking your clothes in the chest forward.

Mastering each technique involves discipline and dedication. To be a good
aikodoka must master the techniques and principles of art calendars.