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Old 12-30-2002, 12:54 PM   #1
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A new review has been posted in the AikiWeb Video database:
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Video Title: Ukemi, Volume 1
Video Author: Waite, Donovan

Review author: Les Steveson
Rating given: 5 (out of 5)

Review:
I have been studying Aikido and have heard alot about Waite Sensei, so I was very eager to watch the video. I found that the quality of the video was excellent as well as the presentation.

Waite Sensie explained all techniques in a methodical manner and used good examples on how to incorporate the rolls with and without an uke. He is very easy to follow and some of the kaitens (rolls) were awesome.

While watching the video, Waite Sensie is very conciese of lifting his hakima so you can see his legs and feet movements.

This type of ukemi is different from my current practice but it offers alot. I was even trying to do the kaitens in my basement to see if they would be easy to apply and they were.

This is a professionally completed video and should be in every Aikidoists library.I even purchased his second video as well.
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