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Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere An Illustrated Introduction provides a complete foundation in the practice of one of the most distinctive and effective Japanese martial arts Aikido was created in Japan in the 1920s by Morihei Ueshiba also known as Ose. Bought as a gift for my brother in law who took Aikido a while agoI have owned a copy of this book for over 20 years This is the bible for the basics of Aikido and has beautiful illustrations with a well written explanation each timeThis book is one of the best martial arts instructional guides I have ever read

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Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere: An Illustrated Introduction (Tuttle Martial Arts)

Y position and learning how to harmonize vital physical and mental powers anyone regardless of size strength or weight can fend off attacks using this sophisticated martial artWritten and illustrated by husbandwife team Oscar Ratti and Adele Westbro. Everyone learning Aikido should have this book Goes into great detail but not is such a way that has the individual confused

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Nsei To possess the skills techniues and attitude of the true practitioner of aikido one must achieve a very high level of integration of the powers of mind and body the harmonious combination of physical means and ethical motives By controlling bod. Excellently laid out and clearly explains techniues As a karate practitioner I bought this book to help improve the uality of my throwing techniues in Kata Bunkai this book is excellently laid out and clearly explains Aikido techniues and movements


5 thoughts on “Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere: An Illustrated Introduction (Tuttle Martial Arts)

  1. says:

    Bought as a gift for my brother in law who took Aikido a while agoI have owned a copy of this book for over 20 years This is the bible for the basics of Aikido and has beautiful illustrations with a well written explanation each ti

  2. says:

    Excellently laid out and clearly explains techniues As a karate practitioner I bought this book to help improve the uality of my throwing techniues in Kata Bunkai this book is excellently laid out and clearly explains Aikido techniues and movements

  3. says:

    Everyone learning Aikido should have this book Goes into great detail but not is such a way that has the individual confused

  4. says:

    A VERY GOOD BOOK EASY TO READ CLEAR PICS SEEMS TO HAVE ALL THE BASIC MOVES TO GET YOU STARTEDI have a 2nd Dan in Judo so have seen lots of good and bad books of this kindI have only just taken up Aikido and this has helped me remember and analyse the stuff in the dojoAND NOT TOO MUCH OF THE YING YANG ZEN STUFF WHICH IS ON

  5. says:

    I was strongly advised to buy this while starting to learn the art from what I heard from others this book is one of the best books written about it for its detail in the philosophy Just half way throught it and some of it makes sense where other parts I do not understand but strangely enough when I am on the mat practising it all

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