Aikido: The Tomiki Way
Trafford Publishing, 2003 - 290 páginas
Aikido is a Japanese art and was developed by Morihei Ueshiba. Aikido primarily includes techniques for unarmed and armed attacks. These techniques include numerous joint twisting and pinning techniques, as well as striking techniques. An advanced student of Aikido has a mastery of these techniques that enables them to disturb an opponent's balance or ward off grasps and strikes. The techniques of Aikido have the power to injure or kill, but primarily their purpose is to control one or more opponents.
A few of Ueshiba's students decided to spread their knowledge of Aikido by opening their own schools. Each of these students interpreted the Aikido that they were taught differently, which has resulted in many different 'styles'. One student of Jigoro Kano, Tomiki Sensei devised a systematic and logical curriculum that can be practiced both in kata and randori, which enables a student to make steady progress and regular improvement. the resulting style of Aikido is commonly referred to as Tomiki Aikido.
Aikido - The Tomiki Way introduces a new student to Tomiki Aikido, while also providing useful reference material to an advanced practitioner of Aikido., regardless of style. This book contains over 1100 photographs demonstrating the kata system (including all six Koryu-No-Kata) of Tomiki Aikido, as well as explaining etiquette, basic movements, and ukemi that are used in this system.
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Chapter 2 History of Aikido
Chapter 3 Overview of Tomiki Aikido
Chapter 4 Discipline and Etiquette
Chapter 5 Ukemi
Chapter 6 Basic Movements of Tomiki Aikido
Chapter 7 Principles of Aikido
Chapter 8 RandoriNoKata
Chapter 9 RandoriNoKataNoUraWaza
Chapter 10 KoryuDaiIchi
Chapter 11 KoryuDaiNi
Chapter 12 KoryuDaiSan
Chapter 13 Koryu Dai Yon
Chapter 14 Koryu Dai Go
Chapter 15 Koryu Dai Roku