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Old 01-11-2013, 06:56 PM   #1
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Tomiki Kenji's Attribution of Ueshiba's Skill to "Muscular Training"

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Peter Rehse wrote: View Post
For anyone to say what Ueshiba actually meant requires a lot of assumption (presumption).
Or it requires going to look. Bald assertions don't get anyone very far.

Related note, this one is for Chris H. From Aikido and spirituality: Japanese religious influences
in a martial art
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'Tomiki Kenji, for instance, attributed Ueshiba's skill to "muscular training which is part of modern physical eductation [sic]. It's called isometrics". [Pranin (ed.), Aikido Masters, 58]'

LOL. Yeah, it's just isometrics. Part of any decent physical training regimen.

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