Browse Category Randori

Randori is a category for everything around the Aikido theme. Can be even other martial arts, events, books, opinions and characters.

Juba Nour and the Baja Aikido

Juba Nour has a 6 Dan in Aikikai and holds a status of a Shihan. He’s one of the first known uchi-deshi’s for Kazuo Chiba. A founder of the Baja Aikido on the beaches of Mexico and one of the Birankai’s heroes.

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Steven Seagal

Steven Seagal is a well-known actor, producer, screenwriter, musician… Ukraine Bans Steven Seagal Over ‘National Security’, Steven Seagal asked to teach Aikido to Serbia’s special police forces, Steven Seagal granted Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin, Is Steven Seagal actually a police officer? Is Steven Seagal actually a martial artist? There are a lot of interesting […]

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Aikido Warm-Ups

There is a ton of the warm-up exercises and variations of each one, just like the techniques and the entrances. Changing the speed of the same move can make you feel different. No matter where you do Aikido – a class is going to start from a warm-up.

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Tameshigiri

Tameshigiri (試し斬) is a targeted cutting with a sword test. During Tameshigiri a swordsman skill is being tested these days. Different materials are used, mostly rice straw (Wara), the top layer of tatami mats (Goza), bamboo and much more.

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Why Mokuso?

Mokuso is a Japanese term for silent meditation. The first kanji reads as “Moku” and means silence or stop and the second one is “So” and means to think or focus. Mokuso is a common way to start and to end a training session in the Japanese Martial Arts and especially Aikido.

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