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Bagot, Brian -- Aikido: Traditional Art & Modern Sport
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ISBN: 1852237155


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Author: Colin Simpson
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This was the first book about Aikido that i bought and is still by far the best book i have seen for beginners. I would highly recommend this to anyone just starting out in Aikido. To experienced Aikidoka this may not be such a good book but still rates highly for its comprehensive weapons section.
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