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  • What kind of budo is aikido? Is it a new form of budo?

    Historically, aikido is a budo that developed from old jujitsu styles particularly Daitoryu Aikijujitsu.

    The techniques were passed on in detail from Sokaku Takeda to Morihei Ueshiba. With the changing times and his pursuit of knowledge, Ueshiba changed the name several times from Daitoryu Aikijujitsu to Aikibujitsu, Ueshibaryu Aikibujitsu, Aikibudo and others (the name changes and when the changes occured have not yet been clarified). After that the name Aikido has been used up until today so many people think that it is a new budo. However, looking at the organisation and basic structure, the atemi waza (striking techniques) and kansetsu waza (joint techniques) are inherited from old style of jujitsu.

    For more detailed information see the following pages: History of Aikido, The Development of Aikido, and Organisation of Aikido.

  • What is the relationship between old style jujitsu, aikido and judo?

    Aikido and judo both developed from old styles of jujitsu with aikido based largely on Daitoryu Aikijujitsu. Judo is based largely on Kitoryu Jujitsu; Jigoro Kano modernised the old styles of jujitsu using his judo principles.

    Technically, aikido is based on atemi waza (striking techniques) and kansetsu waza (joint techniques) where the two participants are separated. Judo is based on nage waza (throwing techniques) and katame waza (holding techniques) where the participants are at grappling distance and is retained in the judo randori system.

    For more detailed information see the following pages: History of Aikido, The Development of Aikido and Organisation of Aikido.

  • Generally there is said to be no competition in aikido. Why is there competition in Shodokan aikido

    It is necessary to have safe competition without actual fighting to make use of and develop the techniques of aikido as a modern budo. We can then practise the techniques and train body and mind.

    From the view of aikido as a ‘budo of love’ the principle of not fighting in competition is only one aspect of aikido as a budo (naturally it is important for oneself to have an everyday attitude that is not confrontational).

    But if we think deeply about the meaning of competition then we see that it is not fighting. It is working with someone else in an objective test of our techniques, mind and body. It is a valuable place where we can practise techniques and pursue our knowledge of budo.

    There is a need to have randori where we can practise our techniques against someone who has a free will. Strict rules are necessary to limit techniques and ensure that it is absolutely safe.

    It is important to get sufficient practise of the techniques that were excluded from randori for safety reasons. This is because the principles we understand through kata are used in randori and we should reflect on this. Of course, nobody should go straight into competition. Individuals must practise kata and randori according to their physcial strength, age and ability.

    We can see that Shodokan aikido has both the theory and practice system.

  • Isn’t it sufficient just to do kata?

    Tradition has it that there were 2,884 old aikijujitsu techniques. There may have been a countless variety of applications depending on the circumstances, eg. location, opponents.

    These numerous techniques were sorted and classifiied into a basic set of 17 which we can use freely in randori practice to improve our skills. In matches we can also develop stamina and courage which is the strong point and aim of the randori practice system.

    However, we must not forget about the wide range of kata techniques. For example, there should be a variety of self-defence techniques taught according to when, where and what kind of attack. Randori techniques are of a different type. If we look at the reasons for the development of competitive randori practice we see that it comes from the viewpoint of self-defence techniques without the emphasis on actual fighting. Training in competition style techniques is the fast route to improvement. Intelligent people recognise also that it is very difficult to put kata techniques to practical use even though that is the essence of these techniques.

    So, we say that it is desirable to practise both kata and randori side by side. In Shodokan aikido we have well-structured practise system unbiased towards either kata or randori practice. However, students can adjust their practice according to age, ability, etc.

  • Saveti majstora
    • Minimalno razgovarajmo tokom vežbanja, pri čemu razgovor treba da bude sveden na jednu temu – Aikido. Naročito je nepristojno razgovarati dok instruktor pokazuje tehniku.
    • Ne donosimo hranu i piće na prostor za vežbanje.
    • Uklonimo satove, prstenje i drugi nakit pre početka vežbanja, jer se za njih mogu uhvatiti kosa, koža ili kimono našeg partnera i tako prouzrokovati povrede ili nama ili njemu.
    • Ne naslanjajmo se na zidove i ne sedimo sa ispruženim nogama.
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