aka Kukido

by John Kilpatrick

Hikuta Of Louisville
Louisville Judo Club
Okolona Aikido

Beautiful in its form, the tornado has aroused the interest of people for centuries. It appears still, poised and relaxed. From a distance it is awe inspiring. Its rage and power does not become evident until one ventures too close. Its center is calm and protected, fluid in motion, adaptive only to the terrain beneath it, and the instigative circumstances that created it. At the point of confrontation, it will release a very direct and concentrated force. It cannot be reasoned with, is unstoppable, and impenetrable. In its wake, a trail of death and destruction. As quickly as it appeared, it is gone. As mysteriously as it has appeared, it has vanished.

Ryan Ingwersen

Contents by Date

General Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Entry
  3. Kuta Basics
  4. Aiki Basics
  5. Mat Basics
  6. Kuta Techniques
  7. Mat Techniques
  8. Tools
  9. Henka Wasa - Changing Techniques
  10. Kaeshiwaza - Counter Techniques
  11. Free Style (Randori)
  12. Hand Tricks
  13. Concepts
  14. Glossary
  15. Bibliography

Detailed Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Kuta Basics
  3. Mat Basics
  4. Kuta Techniques
  5. Mat Techniques
  6. Tools
  7. Henka Wasa - Changing Techniques
  8. Kaeshiwaza - Counter Techniques
  9. Free Style (Randori)
  10. Hand Tricks
  11. Concepts
  12. Glossary
  13. Bibliography
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