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03-03-2003, 02:56 PM
A new review has been posted in the AikiWeb Video database (http://www.aikiweb.com/videos/):
Video Title: Aikido: The Path Beyond Thought (http://www.aikiweb.com/videos/detail.html?video_id=60)
Video Author: Seagal, Steven
Review author: nono peņa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rating given: 5 (out of 5)
despues de ver el video, se puede decir claramente que seagal sensei tiene dos momentos en osaka y en EEUU en la primera etapa teniendo un estilo soberviamenta eficaz
entronca con el aikido clasico para despues
reducirlo muchisimo en aras de mayor efectividad como lo demuestran sus alumnos en los randori sin conseguirlo ya que al entrar en la lucha cuerpo a cuerpo solo demuestran un ejercicio de violencia exagerada aunque la tecnica que exibe seagal sensei es esquisita.
03-03-2003, 03:09 PM
despues to see the video, can be said clearly that seagal sensei has two moments in Osaka and in the U.S.A. in the first stage having an effective style soberviamenta connects with the clasico aikido one for despues to reduce it muchisimo for the sake of greater effectiveness as they demonstrate its students to it in randori without obtaining it since when entering the single hand-to-hand combat they demonstrate to an exercise of exaggerated violence although the tecnica that exibe seagal sensei is esquisita.
So much for online translators.
03-03-2003, 05:18 PM
Yeah, online translators tend not to do very well with implied subjects. And they don't handle mispellings (such as missing accents) at all. Anyway, here's what I came up with using my junior high Spanish and an online dictionary:
"After seeing the video, it can be clearly said that Seagal sensei has two moments in Osaka and the US in the first stage having a splendidly effective style.
He connects with classic aikido for after reducing greatly it greatly for the sake of better effectiveness as demonstrated by his students in randori not laying hands on him. Entering into single hand-to-hand combat only becomes an exercise in excessive violence, even though the technique which Seagal sensei exhibits is exquisite."
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