Aikido – Ueshiba Moriteru Doshu – 51st All Japan Aikido Demonstration 2013



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Aikido Doshu Moriteru Ueshiba’s demonstration at the 51st All Japan Aikido Demonstration at the Nippon Budokan.

Aikido and Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu in Japan

Aikido et Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu au Japon

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41 comments

  1. ANYONE FEELING THOSE TIGHT JOINT LOCKS WOULD KNOW THIS IS NO JOKE!
    P.S. AIKIDO TECHNIQUES ARE NOT ALLOWED EVEN IN mma, AS THE DAMAGE IN APPLYING SUCH LOCKS IS LIFE-CHANGING,
    TALK ABOUT AIKIDO BEING A NON-COMBAT SPORT ….HAHAHAHA

  2. This is a demonstration of techniques, that everyone is very clear about it, and that everyone who believes that this is very soft, who knows that there are blows in Aikido, is called ATEMI.

  3. Why are they all running up to him and giving him their hands that's what I want to know they're just running up going here take my hand flip me my turn I want to be flipped hurry up you flipped Billy enough is my turn

  4. Thanks for this! I did Ed Parker Kenpo for a few years and it was great but Aikido has been soooo much more practical for self defense. Before I learned proper ukemi I was always getting hurt, even though I did lots of yoga. Much of the ukemi is to protect Uke from getting joints destroyed, or even breaking a neck. Yes, it looks fake as hell, and some of the attacks are silly as they can be in real life. But that's one of the great things about it. It also develops centeredness and proprioception. This is perfect for women who aren't aggressive by nature.

  5. I used an armbar ( standing ) in a street fight once.
    The technique movements work but you cannot keep the guy under control.
    There is the adrenaline released in the fight which makes him feel no pain.
    No pain – no control! Do not forget that!
    What works?
    Knockout and knockdown punches and kicks, judo sweeps, throws and ground-control chokes.
    You have to actually mangle him to win.

  6. Unrealistic. Fights don't happen this way. No one comes at you in this manner. The most effective is usually the least complicated technique. Punches, kicks, wrestling (jiujitsu)

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