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pugtm 05-05-2007 09:26 PM

does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
ive not taken aikido yet so i am still doing my homework. I want to know if aikido has restraining techniques like wrist and arm locks. All ive seen in videos is people rolling around on the ground and throws.

Karen Wolek 05-05-2007 09:31 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Yes.

shidoin 05-05-2007 10:00 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Ha! Ha! GRAB...................

Paul Sanderson-Cimino 05-05-2007 11:25 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Dude, print out this thread and stick it in a drawer. Then train aikido for a month and look at it again. Instant comedy. :)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aikido

roman naly 05-06-2007 12:59 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Apparently there is dust in your joints.:D :D

Christopher Gee 05-06-2007 06:00 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Aikido is mainly love.... not locks....

Well...
some locks

well....
alot of locks

well...
mainly locks and low on love.....

Beard of Chuck Norris 05-07-2007 10:29 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
You haven't seen any videos with pins?

2 minutes on youtube and you are bound to find some vids with some nasty nasty pins.

Peace and love

Jo

justin 05-07-2007 10:40 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
not sure if you have found what your looking for but if not, add to your homework the search words ikkyo, nikyo,sankyo,yonkyo some of the pins you are looking for.

happy hunting

ChrisHein 05-07-2007 11:20 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
"They are more escapes then nothing."

Michael Douglas 05-07-2007 01:54 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Quote:

Paul Sanderson-Cimino wrote: (Post 177548)
Dude, print out this thread and stick it in a drawer. Then train aikido for a month and look at it again. Instant comedy. :)

Yes, do it.
You won't regret it.

There was a fella at our club had a special face for joint locks, a special awful grimace. You just had to grip him and look like locking his wrist and he'd do the grimace ... it was hilarious. Like a pavlov dog.

MikeLogan 05-07-2007 07:03 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Hehe, that's like asking if in kendo you get to hit people in the head and scream whilst doing so.

have fun, and the sooner you learn the wrist warmups, the sooner you'll be able to forget your most recent nikyo.

michael.

xuzen 05-08-2007 02:35 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
I've not taken Boxing yet so i am still doing my homework. I want to know if Boxing has punches and stuff. All I've seen in videos are people prancing around in mittens doing some kind of interpretive dance.

Beard of Chuck Norris 05-08-2007 06:32 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
What a cheeky bunch!

SeiserL 05-08-2007 06:48 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Quote:

Karen Wolek wrote: (Post 177544)
Yes.

Ditto!

tenshinaikidoka 05-08-2007 11:51 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
There are no wrist locks here....move along!!!!!! :)

PhilMyKi 05-08-2007 02:00 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Quote:

Xu Wenfung wrote: (Post 177746)
I've not taken Boxing yet so i am still doing my homework. I want to know if Boxing has punches and stuff. All I've seen in videos are people prancing around in mittens doing some kind of interpretive dance.

Brilliant response A+ :D

gregg block 05-08-2007 07:11 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Yes Aikido has such techniques. I hope the sarcastic responses received from your question don't keep you from learning more about Aikido and perhaps finding a school in which to train. It's a wonderful martial art with many kind and talented practitioners.

Paul Sanderson-Cimino 05-08-2007 07:50 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
We're not being mean. Just ... laughing with his future self at his present self.

MikeLogan 05-08-2007 10:19 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Hear, Hear, Paul; Not a bad question, just the sort of one that would elicit the responses made.

mike.

statisticool 05-11-2007 06:02 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Yup ,lots of em

Edward 05-11-2007 09:59 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
What would you expect from someone whose other thread he started is titled: Is aikido for wusses? What would be next?

xuzen 05-11-2007 11:33 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Quote:

Edward Karaa wrote: (Post 178117)
What would you expect from someone whose other thread he started is titled: Is aikido for wusses? What would be next?

1) Is aikido for hot rotties?
2) Does aikido has T3H R34L 4RMB4R (TM)?
3) Can my Aikido take on Chuck Liddel and Fedor Emelianko tag team?
4) I have t3H h0Tz for dis gurlz, can Aikido make me SC0R3 with H3R?

Boon.

Tony Wagstaffe 05-12-2007 06:10 AM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Quote:

Matt Sloan wrote: (Post 177545)
Ha! Ha! GRAB...................

Can't understand why you aikido players always say"grab" .....why not punch, kick, fill yer boots mate! Promise I won't hurt you! :cool:
Tony

MikeLogan 05-12-2007 09:28 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Actually, I must say, Boon and Edward, the original poster's writing seems perfectly sincere in his questions.

Matthew White 07-25-2007 11:19 PM

Re: does aikido have arm and wrist locks?
 
Now for the annoying it depends statement...

simply put, yes, aikido has multiple joint locks in it's syllabus. however, there are some groups who do joint-locks more than others... there are some people who would argue that techniques are done solely by getting a joint lock, then putting the pain on until the guy jumps. there are some groups who kinda approach the opposite end and say if a lock happens, great, that's one more tool to use but neither depend on them or actively seek them. but those are the two extremes

for a gross overstatement, I'd say the majority of the aikido world does use joint locks as a major portion of their practice.


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