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Tag Archives: aikijujutsu

The True Meaning of Aiki in Aikido and Aikijujutsu, Part 2

Monday, January 26th, 2015

Dr. Nick Hallale concludes his analysis of how the concept of aiki fits into aikido, which is often viewed as a nonviolent martial art, and aikijujutsu, which is regarded as more aggressive.
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The True Meaning of Aiki in Aikido and Aikijujutsu, Part 1

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Aiki is a key component of aikido and aikijujutsu, two martial arts that have very different fighting philosophies. Journey back in time and find out how that came to be.
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Rebel Isshin-Ryu Karate: Isshin Kempo’s Controversial Kata Concept

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Black Belt featured the fist of isshin kempo founder William S. Russell on its April 1977 cover, along with a two-part feature on his take on the martial arts. Three decades later, we thought readers would appreciate an update on the evolution of the system through the eyes of its current leader, Christopher J. Goedecke.
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Posted in Aikijujutsu, Boxing, General Martial Arts History, Japanese Martial Arts, Japanese Martial Arts History, Karate, Kempo, Traditional Martial Artists, Western Martial Arts History.