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Creation Date: 07-25-2008 03:07 PM
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In Training Grappling/Ground Work In Aikido Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #1 New 07-25-2008 03:14 PM
While browsing youtube for Aikikai clips, I came across this wonderful clip showing ground work that is very similar to BJJ movements from Sensei Masatomi Ikeda, 7. DAN Aikikai Hombu. I was very happy to see these techniques expressed and demonstrated. I thought I would share this and would like to hear what others think.

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RSS Feed 3 Responses to "Grappling/Ground Work In Aikido"
#3 08-01-2008 03:04 PM
fritz8666 Says:
Hallo an alle Aikido Fans in der Welt, ich mache seit 14 Jahren Aikido, davor Shotokan-Karate und Judo, ach ja ich 56 Jahre Jung!!
#2 07-28-2008 08:07 AM
Nice post Salim, but it pretty looks like brazilian jiujitsu to me --- something like a cross mount to north and south to mount transition drill (bjj of course has its roots from Judo) It would really be nice if we could incorporate some ground Aiki in our training. Develop techniques of controlling the opponent on the ground. What do you think? One-Aiki, Iking
#1 07-25-2008 04:58 PM
CitoMaramba Says:
Hi Salim, Ikeda Masatomi Sensei trained in sumo and judo before joining the Aikikai... He reached up to 4th Dan in Judo.. the techniques he showed in the clip are judo ne-waza. I recognised kesa gatame, ushiro kesa-gatame, yoko-shiho-gatame, kami-shiho-gatame, tate-shiho-gatame. I believe that aiki-principles can also be demonstrated in these waza.

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