Although known as the peaceful martial art, Aikido does incorporate weapons training in it's curriculum, most notably the Jo Staff. Discover some of the history behind the Jo.
It is a Japanese martial art, AKA the "Art of Peace". In this Hub we will find one example of the several different ways Aikido can be useful in our daily life.
The basic teachings of Aikido are those of self control and finding inner peace and confidence. Learn more about the basics of Aikido.
All the information about falling with minimum or non damage . How to properly perform a fall in Aikido with skill and elegance at the same time.
Three mainstays of Aikido weapons training are the Jo staff, Tanto knife and Bokken sword. Join me as we take a look at all three.
Aikido is a peaceful martial art that focuses on using your mind in concert with your body in such a way that harnessing Ki energy becomes second nature.
PART 1: Aikido-The art of using one's own momentum against himself Why is Aikido seen as the the ultimate grappling self defence martial art? Well to be concise, Aikido is a martial art solely based on self...
The third technique of Aikido projection in my series. Iriminage or "Entering Throw". Learn how to perform this technique.
History and basic of the Aikido modern Martial art. System, training and philosophies.
Aikido - "the art of fighting without fighting", is a century old Japanese Martial art that requires close to no muscle strength as opponent's attack is used against himself. Read more to know how.
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