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Old 09-07-2018, 01:06 PM   #1
Machaka
Dojo: Roberto Lopez
Location: Santiago
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Técnics Number

I know the Ikkyo, Nikkyo, Sankkyo, Yonkkyo, Gokkyo, Rokkyo but with the next

I dont know if this correct:

• Nanakyo (Séptimo principio, Yonkyo / Nikyo invertidos)

• Hakyo (Kuji dori, Fijación de la mano)

• Kukyo (Noveno principio, Nanakyo invertido)

• Jukyo (Decimo principio, encadenamiento libre)

Do you know a video in youtube or document where to learn more of this.

Thanx for the help
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Old 09-09-2018, 11:08 PM   #2
jamesf
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Re: Técnics Number

Only ikkyō through gokyō are considered fully "standard" names for aikidō techniques, as these five names were inspired by the original five lists of techniques (ikkajō through gokajō) in first Daitō-ryū transmission scroll, the Hiden Mokuroku.

That being said, "rokkyō" has become a fairly popular alternate name for the technique also called "hijishime" (amongst other names).

After rokkyō, it is not very common to call the techniques by numbered-names. Doing so seems to be isolated to a small number of lineages of certain shihan (I am not sure which ones). I have only ever seen one Youtube video that identifies a technique passed rokkyō, that one being "nanakyō".

On this website, there are two articles describing these extended, numbered-named techniques. I am not entirely certain, but I believe the two articles were written by practitioners of two different lineages. Both authors have since passed away.

Beyond Gokyo, by Rocky Izumi

Beyond Yonkyo (Armed) by Dennis Hooker

edit: grammar

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