塩田剛三(渋川剛気)直伝「警視庁機動隊 合気道 実戦即応技」森道治 師範 Aikido Yoshinkan Special Class by Mori Shihan 8th Dan



The purpose of this class is to learn how to apply Aikido techniques in reality. They have to be short and quick. Aikido techniques we train at the dojo are designed to train safely and thus they are not suitable to be used in reality. However, it does not mean Aikido techniques are useless. We just need to know how we can apply them in reality. That is why we had this special class for our students. Mori Sensei believes that Aikido practitioners need to learn this type of applied techniques too to be able to use Aikido outside the dojo.
Also, Aikido is not limited to self-defending, but it can be used to take the initiative. Yet, we need to practise to learn how to initiate the techniques from our side. And remember, there are no mats laid outside and we can use the hard concrete ground and walls as our weapons.
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  1. 外部の人間がセミナーなどで参加出来こういった実戦的ものを表に出して教えていった方が広まっていくんじゃないでしょうか?

    結構実戦的な物をださなかったり、素人に難解な内容が表に出て混乱するのと、演武とかが速すぎて、それは内部向けのように感じます。

    枝分かれしすぎているのも問題で一般ではどこにしようか迷ったり。

    結論的何ヶ月かで実用出来る動きを教えていかないと、合気道をやろうという人口は増えていかないんじゃないでしょうか? 

    一般的にイメージ的に実際使えるようになるのに5ー20年かかるみたいに見えてしまってます。

  2. 昔は「合気って、人によって言うことやることが全然違う、よくわかんねぇ武道(?)」って印象でした。
    でも「元々は、武士が敵に刀を掴まれた時の護身術」って聞いてからしっくりきました。

  3. The small circles and the linear movements make his Aikido combat effective! This reminds me of Wally Jay's Small Circle Jujitsu. Small economical circular movements are often used.

  4. Both Shioda sensei and O'sensei said that Aikido is 70% Atemi (attacking the vital points). Atemi is used to weaken and to distract the attacker. Many techniques will not work without Atemi!

  5. Nowadays, unfortunately, most Aikido schools make Aikido into just an art form. In Ki Aikido, the focus is solely on the development of Ki. Aikido has ceased to be a martial art (Budo) nowadays. However, Yoshinkan Aikido is the traditional Aikido and is effective on the street! It's similar to Aikijutsu.

  6. I have had the misfortune of having to use Aikido in real life due to work multiple times. I quite often used it like Mori Sensei demonstrated in this video. Especially using the fingers to initiate a sankyo. Good stuff and I can tell from my own experience that it works.

  7. Great applications! Probably that's early Ueshiba's Aikido, seen in Yoshinkan, but also in Shodokan Aikido and in the original Daito Ryu. Both Shioda and Tomiki studied with Ueshiba before the war and supposedly at that time he practiced a hard style. Quite different to the later softer post-war Aikido!

  8. Interesting to see how these Aikido techniques were modified to fit the needs of the Japanese riot police squad. It also seems to me that they were designed to be learned quickly even by people with no background in Aikido.

  9. You're not expected to "catch" a punch – however, if you find yourself in a grappling match – or even have a hand/arm tangled or trapped for a moment – these techniques could work.

  10. 自分も合気道(実戦派)をしているハシクレですが、森道治師範すごいですね 
    個人的な意見ですが、一部の流派で演舞で掴まないで投げたり、受けがポンポン自分から飛んで行ったりするのを見て、合気道が胡散臭く思われたりすると思います。
    このような無駄のない実戦で強い合気道を知って欲しいです。

  11. 合気道は言うまでもなく達人レベル、英語も上手なのに、ワザと接続詞を日本語にしているので日本人の自分にもわかりやすい。

  12. Thoses students are brutals and they didn't always nothing leanrt 😀
    Ty to have delete my comment, or put this video without commentray ?! No sense too

  13. At last a video that reconciles me with this sensei and with aïkido! Thanks very much for sharing it : Realistic, good advices and there we can understand that if uke doesnt comply he can be truly hurt!

  14. His reinterpretations are amazing. My sensei always says 'The basis are not basic'. I'm searching for my own voice within Aikido and I'm trying to make my own interpretation. In my mind, since I'm not a person to start the altercation myself, I tend to wait for the opponent to strike, but my approach is similar to his in Sokumen Iriminage – I step out of the attack, while I elbow the opponents face, then I follow through with the projection.

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