By Bodo Roedel
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2010 9:48 Uhr Seite 40 AIKIDO – THE BASICS When Uke thinks he can strike Tori, Tori glides past Uke’s punch and enters Uke’s radius of action. Without stopping Uke’s movement or pushing him aside, Tori takes control of Uke’s punch with the diagonal hand. Using this irimi movement, Tori now has a number of possibilities to apply other Aikido techniques before Uke can recover to attack again or get into a new position. It is important in this movement that Tori’s diagonal hand catches Uke’s punch gently so that he doesn’t signal to Uke what he is up to.
2010 9:48 Uhr Seite 47 FOOT MOVEMENTS Relative to Uke, tai-sabaki can be performed on the forward side (‘omote’) of Uke or on his rear side (‘ura’). First of all the movement is carried out on Uke’s rear side (after the movement, Tori is standing behind Uke). Uke attacks with a chudan tsuki (punch at the stomach – see Page 282). The gap between them is so large that Uke has to take another step to reach Tori. At the moment that Uke begins to move forward, Tori also starts to move. When Uke thinks he can strike Tori, Tori slides past the punch (‘irimi’).
2010 9:48 Uhr Seite 45 FOOT MOVEMENTS In the tenkan movement – with the grip shown earlier particularly in mind – it is not just only to do with the turning action, because Tori could practice this alone. Rather it is also about finding a joint point of contact. By using a grip this is relatively simple, because, first of all Uke and Tori are not moving. Later on, Uke can attack with a step and Tori tries to find the same contact point with more dynamic aim. This is the basic premise for executing rapid and effective movements.
Aikido: the basics by Bodo Roedel