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Old 02-06-2007, 08:40 AM   #8
Dirk Hanss
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Re: Poll: How reliant is physically effective aikido on "commited" attacks?

Joshua Reyer wrote:
The question isn't "how reliable", but rather "how reliant". In other words, how much does aikido rely on committed attacks to be effective? If an aikidoka is not given a committed attack, can he still execute effective aikido?

(Edit to add, as I'm trying to study German: be reliable = verlässlich sein, zuverlässig sein; be reliant on = angewiesen sein auf, abhängig sein von. Ich hoffe, das hilft! )
Thanks Josh,

Yes, those who can read (carefully) have some advantage

Maybe I should look for new glasses

Jun, Could someone move my question to the humor section pls?

I have to rethink. Fortunately I did not vote yet.


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