Whether Aikido is the application in real combat? This question arose at all of tapahtumasta this martial art. Judging by the fact that over time,this question sounds again and again, a clear answer has never been found. Mclube Ten–Chi we view this issue through the prism of different aspects,which in turn will be discussed in this article and try datetwit to the question regarding realisticke in combat.17.09.2012 22:10
whether Aikido is the application in real combat? This question arose at all stages of the existence of this martial art. Judging by the fact that over time, this question sounds again and again, a clear answer has never been found. The club Ten-Chi we view this issue through the prism of different aspects, which in turn will be discussed in this article and try to answer the question on reality Aikido in combat.
in order to answer vistapanel question, you first need to think about what is the end result of Aikido and if he performs the specific tasks according to the martial art. In addition, it is necessary to determine whether these goals are achievable for students. Having the answer to videostiny issues need to deal with the fact that suitable learning techniques for beginners.
Then you must wonder how appropriate and real Aikido compare with other types of martial arts. How much practice time you will need the person in order to apply the techniques that he learned in the course of studying Aikido. In the context of these issues, it is advisable to notice that they are defined only outside of Japan. If you look at the homeland of this martial art and carefully study all the masters of Aikido, these questions will disappear by themselves.
the Reality of Aikido — evidence from Japan
Japan — this is a country that has an ancient tradition of martial arts. In this country, no doubt the fact that good ichioka will be able without difficulty to cope with any conflict situation. If such situation occurs, then that in itself means that ichioka successfully applies acquired skills during a conflict situation in real life.
Even students of Japanese universities which have a very wide selection of what a martial art should do, never guided, in its choice of questions as to which of these arts should be considered more ‘applied” more “real” in conflict situations in life. For example, at the University of Hiroshima taught Aikido, Kendo, judo, karate, Shorinji, kickboxing, Taekwon-do and sumo. Each student can choose any of these martial arts and none of them will never question the reality of one or another of them. The fact is that the Japanese are wise know that the real good master of any martial art will always be able to rebuff, and often he will generally do everything so that the conflict situation does not arise.