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Powerful Aikido Isoyama Hiroshi - 56th All Japan Aikido Demonstration 2018

Isoyama Hiroshi Shihan, 8th Dan Aikikai, demonstrating Aikido at the Nippon Budokan during the 56th All Japan Aikido Demonstration held in May 2018. Isoyama Shihan is one of the last direct students of O Sensei Ueshiba Morihei. He is Steven Seagal's main Aikido influence.

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Why Aikido is Disliked by BJJ and MMA Practitioners? • Martial Arts Journey

Aikido often has a mixed or even negative reputation, especially between practitioners of MMA and BJJ. It took me years to realize why this is actually the case. If you want to know what is the real reason why Aikido is disliked by BJJ, MMA and other combat sports practitioners, check the video.

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Aikido often has a mixed or even negative reputation, especially between practitioners of MMA and BJJ. Having practiced Aikido for more than a decade, and for years being a loyal student, in the beginning I used to misunderstand the reason for this negativity and hatred. Only years after, I realized why this is truly happening, and that dramatically changed my approach and understanding of Aikido and it’s situation.

Hi, my name is Rokas, and in this Martial Arts Journey video we’ll take a look at one of the reasons behind the negative reputation of Aikido between modern combat sports practitioners.

As we practice martial arts and combat sports, we all have our stages. We often begin by having unconscious bias of loving our practice and believing that it is the best. If lucky, we then gradually move to a conscious bias, of understanding why we prefer our practice, instead of others, and eventually the next step of maturity is being able to recognize the flaws and reality behind our practice, and appreciating it for what it is, while respecting other arts as well. Unfortunately, not everyone is able to move along these stages, even after training for years.

In my initial stage of practicing Aikido, I was told by my instructor that it is the purest martial art of them all, mainly because of it’s sophisticated and peaceful philosophy. While other martial arts were accepted in my first Dojo, there was a somewhat negative view on combat sports, as if they were meant for less “sophisticated” people, or to put it simply “meatheads” of martial arts. Looking up highly to my instructor, and having no experience in combat sports, I believed that to be true, and while I never put too much attention to this thought, part of me was proud to be “above” the “dirty and unsophisticated” practices and people. Knowing that I am “up to something better” than they are.

As I moved on to the next Dojo - a similar type of mentality in regards to combat sports was felt, although not spoken as openly. Yet cross training in combat sports was not suggested what so ever, since “it would ruin the understanding of the pure Aikido philosophy.”, thus I kept avoiding any combat sports practices, continuing to believe that Aikido is the best, that it is all that is necessary and if I would practice other, more combat oriented practices - my practice would suffer because of it.

Only when I was already running my Dojo and I met a BJJ practitioner who convinced me to try rolling with him, and eventually to train together, after many talks I started to see how vast and amazing the combat sports world is. Talking to him I saw nothing but respect and curiosity. When I met his gym buddies, I had pretty much the same impression, and I was left wondering: so where are all these combat sports meatheads that I was told about? When considering then, why Aikido was disliked by combat sports practitioners, I thought - maybe it’s because Aikido is not really as practical in the realm of fighting as their practices.

Eventually, another big exposure happened. Tired of some Aikido people believing that “Aikido is too deadly for MMA”, or that “Aikido people do not go to MMA not because it wouldn’t work, but because it’s philosophy of “not fighting” prevents them from it”, I went to prove that Aikido actually doesn’t work, by filming the “Aikido vs MMA” video. Filming it, was my first great direct exposure to mixed martial arts. I was ready to get a black eye and lose some teeth, expecting the MMA guy to be this ruthless, arrogant, disrespectful and uncaring person, as I was told about “people like him”, who would beat the hell out of me given the opportunity to prove that Aikido doesn’t work. To my great surprise, this MMA guy was one of the nicest people I’ve met, and he took great care of me during my first sparring experience!
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Aikido (Black) vs. MMA (Red)

Jack McGlaughlin, who trained Tomiki Aikido, tries his hand at Pancrase. His opponent, karate/catch wrestling fighter Ryushi Yanagisawa, has fought everybody from Fedor Emelianenko to Vitali Klitschko.
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Basic Aikido techniques

Aikido techniques from Aikido Alliance Australia. Explanation as to correct form during practice, and what not to practice. Complacency, lack of focus, and incorrect methods, are the sure way to re-enforce improper Aikido techniques.

Excellent Aikido Demonstration Mori Shihan

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REALNI AIKIDO JE PREVARA ? MISLJENJE O AIKIDU

U ovom klipu sam usporedio moderne borilacke sportove sa realnim aikidom i dao svoje misljenje o pozitivnim i negativnim stranama te vjestine.

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Does Steven Seagal's Aikido Work? • Martial Arts Journey

Does Steven Seagal's Aikido Work? • Martial Arts Journey

Many consider Steven Seagal's Aikido to be the effective version of Aikido. Yet while it definetely looks different, is it different enough to become effective? In this Martial Arts Journey video we will be taking a close look at Steven Seagal's Aikido style to analyze whether it is effective or not.

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Does Steven Seagal’s Aikido Work?

That Aikido is not an effective martial art is becoming widely known. In the past it was easier to hide this fact, since there was no world wide web and also functional martial arts were not yet on the rise to go toe to toe with other martial arts and prove their ineffectiveness. Yet some Aikido practitioners while they do agree that it doesn’t work to a certain extent, many still claim that it’s just some styles that are ineffective and take Steven Seagal’s Aikido form of Aikido as an example of an effective Aikido version. Whether that is the truth or not, in this Martial Arts Journey video we will be taking a look at whether Steven Seagal’s Aikido Really Works?

The first question we need to ask is Why Do these people consider Steven Seagal’s Aikido style more effective than that of others. I’d like to point out, that probably the way Aikido is portrayed in his movies has a big influence on people’s perspective. It is very direct, brutal and distinctly different from the aesthetic and almost “polite” versions of Aikido, which sometimes is difficult to imagine in a realistic violent scenario. Having all this violence in Seagal’s performed Aikido moves on screen definitely makes a better impression on many people. His movie techniques also include a range of punches and kicks, which are oftentimes left out majorly from many Aikido styles, once more making them look less effective in comparison. Of course, movies are movies, and what an actor can do in a choreographed movie scene, does not mean he will be able to perform all of it in a real life setting. That is why we need to take a closer look at how Steven Seagal performed his techniques off the movie set.

When comparing most Aikido videos that show Steven Seagal’s Aikido demonstrations, there are still visible differences from regular Aikido that you would mostly see online and in various Dojos. Seagal’s techniques look more direct, powerful and more energetic than most Aikido demonstrations. One of such examples, is the entering straight with an arm towards an attacking partner, while stepping to the side of his attack. While it is not exclusive to his style, it is less seen in other Aikido styles and many Aikido styles perform it in a much gentler way, which again makes it look less effective. He also occasionally demonstrates a neck choke, which is once more a step from regular Aikido and seems to be a step towards a more functional version of the art. There are also some visible, fast paced hand deflections that he uses against various attacks, and also some kick defense, which both tend to be rare in other Aikido schools, yet again making his Aikido style look superior. Having all these details in mind, it is no wonder that many people see Steven Seagal’s Aikido as the effective version. Yet as Matt Thornton, a famous figure in the realm of functional martial arts once told me: rougher doesn’t mean it is more effective. In truth, while all these distinct elements of Seagal’s style definitely make it different and looks more impressive, it doesn’t really still answer whether his style is effective or not. That is why we need to ask further questions - of which most import - how to distinguish a functional martial art from a non-functional one?

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Morihei Ueshiba O Sensei - Rare Aikido Demonstration (1957) 合気道植芝 盛平

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This is a rare demonstration held at the Self-Defense Ministry in Tokyo's Akasaka circa 1957. This section is the performance of O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba. His main uke are Hiroshi Tada and Nobuyoshi Tamura. The film was part of André Nocquet's private 8 mm collection. Nocquet was the very first foreign live-in student of the founder of Aikido Morihei Ueshiba. He spent 3 years living with the Ueshiba family from 1955 to 1957 and trained daily at the Kobukan Dojo. Read Nocquet's full biography:

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Excellent Aikido Demonstration Ueshiba Moriteru Doshu - 植芝守央道主 - 合気道 - [HD]

Video: Ueshiba Moriteru Doshu and Aikido Linz at the 48th All Japan Aikido Demonstration 2010/05/22 - 第48回全日本合気道演武大会の案内 - Nippon Budokan, (High Definition HD, 16:9, engl. subtitles)

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AIKIDO LO MEJOR Y LO PEOR

Aikido, ese arte marcial que combina perfectamente el rompimiento de articulaciones con la armonía y la paz de su filosofía.

En este vídeo hablamos del Aikido, creado por Morihei Ueshiba entre 1930 y 1960. Nacido en Japón, ahondaremos en lo mejor y lo peor de este arte marcial.

Siempre desde un punto de vista objetivo y explicado de una manera entretenida.

Si te gusta el Aikido o las artes marciales, este vídeo es para tí.

Un fuerte abrazo y espero que estés más motivado que nunca para practicar tus artes marciales.

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TREINO DE AIKIDO | MINHA PRIMEIRA AULA

(#120) O #AIKIDO é uma #ARTEMARCIAL japonesa. Na tradução literal Aikido significa Caminho da Harmonização das Energias. O foco principal do Aikido não é competir contra outras pessoas, mas sim vencer a si mesmo, todos os dias, pois o conflito é interno e não externo. O Aikido também é usado como defesa pessoal, a partir de um ataque adversário, por meio de movimentos de esquiva e torções, utiliza-se a força do agressor contra ele mesmo, para desequilibra-lo e imobiliza-lo.
Essa foi minha primeira aula oficial de Aikido, anteriormente eu já havia treinado algumas técnicas. O treino aconteceu na Sala Crisantempo, com a supervisão do #SENSEI Leonardo Sodre. O Aikido tem alguns estilos diferentes, mas o estilo seguido pelo sensei é o AIKIKAI, que é o do fundador do Aikido Morihei Ueshiba. O IWAMA RYU, SHINSHIN TOITSU, YOSHINKAN e etc, são estilos de alunos do fundador.
O AIKIKAI em si não é um estilo, é a organização que é ligada direto ao fundador do Aikido. Ele não era a favor de estilos, achava que cada um deveria ter a sua própria expressão de movimento. O importante é aprender os fundamentos.
Começamos o treino com um aquecimento e alongamento geral, para o corpo todo. E fizemos alguns alongamentos específicos focando bastante nos punhos, por conta das chaves de torções de punho usadas nessa arte marcial. Em seguida fizemos alguns exercícios para aprender a cair da forma correta, com rolamentos para frente e para trás. Depois fizemos alguns exercícios de movimentação de corpo contra uma resistência do parceiro. Para aprender a entrar, ou a girar. Em japonês, chama-se TAI NO HENKO, sendo o primeiro IRIMI (entrar com o corpo) e o segundo TENKAN (girar com o corpo). Tudo isso no fundo são TAI SABAKI (formas de movimentar o corpo).
Os quatro golpes ensinados no dia foram:
- SHIKO NAGE;
- DAI ITKYO;
- KOTEGAESHI;
- KOSHI NAGE;
Antes de cada golpe fazíamos uma prática de UCHIKOMI-KEIKO para facilitar depois a execução do golpe e também para aumentar a potência e a velocidade dos movimentos.
Fizemos também uma pratica livre, de ataque e defesa, utilizando as técnicas aprendidas no dia. O nome disso é JYU WAZA, quando você faz uma prática livre de defesa com um ataque estipulado. ou RANDORI, quando é feito um ataque livre com uma defesa livre. No caso do Aikido, por ser uma arte marcial de defesa, estipulam com antecedência que irá atacar e quem irá tentar se defender. Em seguida fizemos um exercício ajoelhado com o parceiro, segurando os dois punhos, que se chama SUWARI WAZA KOKYU HO. Esse é um exercício para desenvolver a energia interior, o que chamam de KI, e trabalhar a interação do contato com o parceiro de treino. Antes de terminar a aula foi feito uma meditação, MOKUSO.

Para treinar Aikido com o sensei Leonardo Sodre, visite alguma dessas academias, ou procure algum outro professor capacitado mais próximo de você:

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Eu sou Henrique Merloto. Tenho me dedicado as artes marciais desde 2010. Nesses anos de treinamento, já pratiquei e experimentei diversos estilos de luta, tais como Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Boxe, Taekwondo, Capoeira, Kick Boxing, MMA, Aikido, Judo, Wrestling, Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Sanda, Shaolin Quan, Jeet Kune Do, Sumô, Kendo, Esgrima, HEMA, Kali, Silat, Ninjutsu, Karatê, Shotokan, Kyokushin Kai, Krav Magá, Sambo, Savate, Hapkido, além de Parkour, entre outros.
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Aikido vs Taekwondo (Real fight no demonstration!)

Fight between Aikido master vs Taekwondo black belt. Its no scenario effects or demonstrations here ! Aikido wins :)

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Real Footage of Aikido in the Street and Why It Worked

I've finally received a video of Aikido applied in real setting caught on CCTV footage. Yet the talk discussion we had with the person in footage will still probably be not what most Aikido people want to hear.

Have you ever seen Aikido in reality yourself? Did you see or do you have Aikido footage on CCTV? What do you think about this Aikido CCTV video? Do you think Aikido can be applied in reality?

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