Nishio Aikido – Nishio Aikido Video Course 6 DVD Set
Shoji Nishio Sensei is a unique aikido instructor who incorporates components from his significant expertise in judo, karate, iaido, and jojutsu in his martial-oriented interpretation of aikido. As part of his complete system, Nishio Sensei has also created a complicated sequence of bokken, jo, and iaido versions of essential techniques.
Part one goes over the entire set of gyakuhanmi katatedori techniques. Kaitennage, ikkyo, nikyo, sankyo, shihonage, yonkyo, iriminage, kotegaeshi, and sotomakikomi are among the methods exhibited.
Part two of the Nishio Aikido videotape collection delves deeply into the complete aihanmi katatedori series. The procedures listed below are shown and explained: Ikkyo, shihonage, nikyo, iriminage, kotegaeshi, sankyo, joho kaiten
Part one of a thorough exposition of shomenuchi techniques is part three of the Nishio Aikido video series. Nishio Sensei shows side-escape techniques before explaining shihonage, ikkyo, gokyo, irimi, and kotegaeshi. All of the moves are demonstrated while holding nothing except the ken and jo.
The second phase of the presentation of shomenuchi techniques is presented in Part 4 of the Nishio Aikido videotape series. Numerous side-entry techniques, such as irimi, kotegaeshi, and nikyo, are covered; the furikaburi series covers irimi, kotegaeshi, and sankyo. Finally, several techniques are illustrated.
Part five of the Nishio Aikido DVD collection includes shihonage, irimi, kotegaeshi, ken & jo, jo tai ken, ikkyo, nikyo, sankyo, gokyo, and koshinage techniques from yokomenuchi assaults. Nishio Sensei thoroughly describes each technique.
Part six of the Nishio Aikido series delves into several ryotedori and sodedori methods. Shihonage, ikkyo ura, katate series, nagewaza, kokyunage, ikkyo, nikyo, sankyo, gyaku kime, shime, kirihanashi kotegaeshi, ken tai ken, and jo tai ken are among the techniques presented.
Information: Aikido video course. There is no need for translation because the complete technique of this conflict is demonstrated with explanations.
The language is English.
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