Aikido Exercises for Teaching and Training

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North Atlantic Books, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 280 pages
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This book is augmented by testing techniques, class demonstrations, and the underlying basics of physics, anatomy, and psychology. Included are a general introduction for beginners, common questions and observations, relationships between exercises and throws, an approach for safe mastery of rolling and ukemi skills, an anatomy of wristlocks, verbal self-defense, as well as exercises for individual off mat practice.
 

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Contents

Appendix A AikidoLite
1
Aikido Exercises
85
Wrist Exercises
108
Supplemental Stretches
116
Back Rolls
125
Standing Rolls
133
On Ukemi
140
Strikes
154
Clothes lining and Tripping
178
UshiroNage
214
Off the Mat in Real Life
227
Verbal SelfDefense
235
Life Etiquette
245
Movies and Videos
260
Supplies
267
Appendix B Is Your Radar On? 1
287

Locks Throws
167

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C.M. Shifflett is the author ofKi in Aikido: A Sampler of Ki Exercises, and is a student of the late George Simcox.

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