Martial Art at Home

Martial Art at Home – Stay Fit During Lockdown Martial Art Home is necessary, especially during a lockdown. Otherwise one may lose their fitness and potentially become rusty. Movement in martial arts is necessary to keep the level of proficiency that the martial artist or student have attained during active (in the dojo or studio) …

Tanren Uchi Exercise

Tanren: 7 Points To Consider When Training Tanren in Japanese means to forge or hammered into strength, like a new sword getting shaped on an anvil. The first time I saw an Aikido Tanren was at Mic Marelli Sensei’s ‘Aiki Kunren (Shuren) Dojo’ on the North Shore of Sydney. It was made up of a …

Bokken: The Humble Stick

You Too Can Have a Good Aikido Bokken Even Though You are Just Starting A Bokken is a wooden sword that the Aikidoka and other Japanese Martial Artists use to learn the art of the sword. The Aikidoka uses the bokken (wooden sword) for training because it’s safer than practising on a live razor-sharp katana. …

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