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Home > Columns > Michael J. Hacker

Michael Hacker began his study of Aikidô in Japan in 1990, and has been very fortunate to get his hands on many skillful teachers in his short time on the tatami. His primary Budô influences are Donald Moriyama, Amano Shigeko, Saito Morihiro, C.E. Clark, and Stan Connor. He has also had limited exposure to Kôdôkan Jûdô, Mugai-ryû Iai-Hyôdô, Shôrin-ryû Kishaba-juku Karate, Hapkido, Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi, and various Chinese martial arts. Among his other loves are songwriting, his Chet Atkins nylon-string, techno-geek stuff, his world famous Bad Budô video collection, studying languages, and Swan (if he knows what's good for him). Michael is a student at the Jiyushinkan in Tempe, Arizona.

Date Author Title Discussion
July, 2006 Michael J. Hacker Troika Discussion
April, 2006 Michael J. Hacker Protect, Break, Leave Discussion
March, 2006 Michael J. Hacker Training Discussion
December, 2005 Michael J. Hacker Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes (Part Deux) Discussion
November, 2005 Michael J. Hacker Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes Discussion
October, 2005 Michael J. Hacker What's in a Name?, Part 2 Discussion
September, 2005 Michael J. Hacker What's in a Name? Discussion
August, 2005 Michael J. Hacker Introduction Discussion

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