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Old 06-29-2004, 04:28 AM   #1
CarlRylander
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Great photo of Uisheba

Many years ago, I saw two photos of the inventor of Aikido being attacked by five opponents, who were all black belts.

In the first photo, they are all running towards him. In the second photo, he is suspended in mid-air with his eyes wide open and they are all flying away!

I think this was a great photo and I think it was an example of the dynamic 'hai!', or something. Does anyone have this photo, could it be put on the website and can anyone confirm the technique?
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Old 06-30-2004, 05:23 PM   #2
siwilson
Dojo: Kenshinkai Yoshinkan Aikido
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Re: Great photo of Uisheba

The technique?

It is the "Frightened of Sensei" technique, where the Uke throw themselves in fear of their Sensei's scorn!!!

True!


Osu!
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