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By Tissier C.

Seul livre en français sur l. a. strategy de bâton en aïkido, AIKI-JO est un des volets de l’encyclopédie de Christian Tissier sur l’art de Morihei Ueshiba : AIKIDO FONDAMENTAL. Cet ouvrage spécifique présente en huit chapitres l’ensemble de ce que doit connaître le pratiquant: approach de base, enchaînements, exercices d’attaque et de riposte avec partenaire, enchaînements miroirs, enchaînement sur plusieurs attaques, exercices contre deux adversaires, Kujimo (exercices de référence) et Kata (enchaînements codifiés).

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