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March 27, 2018

Above the laws is also called Nico. Above the law, the film was both sets and filmed in Chicago and was released in United State in 1988. Above the laws is an action film that was framed in America. It was written, directed and produced by Andrew Davis. Above the laws, the action film is also produced and starred by Steven Seagal in the film debut. Some of the co-stars found in above the law film are Sharon Stone, Henry Silva, and Pam Grier . Seagal was requested by aikido pupil who was Michael Ovitz agent to make a film. This is because people believed that Seagal could make anybody a... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

March 01, 2018

Above the law can also be referred to as Nico. It is action film framed in America. Above the law, film was written, directed and produced by Andrew Davis. Above the law is also produced and starred by Steven Seagal in the film debut. Sharon Stone, Henry Silva, and Pam Grier are some of the co- stars in this film. Above the law, film was both set and filmed in Chicago and was released in United State in 1988. Seagal was requested by aikido pupil who was Michael Ovitz agent to make a film. This is because people believed that Seagal could make anybody a movie star. Above the law has rece... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

3. Webinar On Facilitating Dynamic Change in the Workplace
September 01, 2015

Overview: This webinar offers protocols and skillful practices that can optimize our capacity to participate with and facilitate dynamic change in the workplace. You will learn how to participate with change through the use of stories, examples, tips, guidelines, and experiential exercises. A highlight of the program is the introduction of a unique model of communication, based upon the tenets of Aikido, which, with its supporting principles, can serve as a "map" to help you navigate the difficult terrain of dynamic change. Why should you attend: Traditional peoples over the mi... (read more)

Author: TrainHR Webinars

4. Aikido and The Art of Selling
November 26, 2013

What's your first instinct? Most of us will do one of two things. We'll either try to step away, or we'll raise our arms to deflect him and fight back, which can result in harm to you or to your attacker. But if you were trained in Aikido, the Japanese martial art that focuses on diverting an attacker's energy, you could quickly diffuse the situation by immobilizing him without harming him in any way. In essence, you're diffusing the energy that he's using to try and attack you in a way that takes the conflict out of the situation. Unlock The Game and the philosophy behind Aikido have... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

5. Knowing The Basics Of Aikido
November 20, 2013

Aikido is one of the oldest form of martial arts. Founded by Morihei Ueshiba, aikido came about through the studies of many different kinds of traditional martial arts. In fact, is often perceived as a form of exercise or a dance because of some of its forms. It is also viewed by some quarters as some form of martial mesmerism. Aikido is even confused with Daito Ryu Aikijutsu, it is different in its essence. Still, its founder attributed his creation of aikido to the way, his master Sokaku Takeda, grandmaster of Daito Ryu, opened his eyes to the nature of Budo. What is aikido? Despit... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

6. Application of Energy Systems of Body in Aikido
November 18, 2013

Aikido is all about giving and collecting energy. Aikido trains people on how to manage any vocal or corporeal conflict in a more pleasant-sounding way. This enables individuals to come across the finest possible answer to any bodily, expressive or divine problem that occurs in life. In Aikido, one is either typically executing a practice or receiving it. Along these lines, both the optimistic and downbeat limits of victory and loss are perceived. This trains a person on the ordinary flow of vigor, and how to acknowledge what life tosses at them. Individuals could distinguish this as life educ... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

7. Explaining the Ki Concept- An Integral Component of Aikido
November 12, 2013

There are myriad of different means in which individuals could utilize KI energy in martial arts and therapeutic arts. These vary from the realistic physical features used to be in command of a provoker, right through the esoteric curative arts. KI is the inner self and power of the cosmos that gushes through everything. It is recognized as vivacity, prana, chi, charisma, and more such forms. It can't be noticed, but can surely be sensed and practiced. It could be exercised in many conventional ways to perk up life such as Acupuncture, Acupressure, Reiki, Aikido and Tai Chi etc. In Aikido, ... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

8. Aikido Training Methodology - Role of Nage and Uke, Fitness and Initial Attacks
November 10, 2013

Akin to Judo and Karate, Aikido requires people to train with a 'GI', a light-weight dual layered white piece of clothing to teach. Though, many Dojos will allow teaching in customary clothes for some time unless learners acquire their 'GI'. The idea is not to rush with anything! Moreover, as a universal rule, learners must not dress in any kind of jewels like ornaments, trinkets and watches. Most Dojos will prohibit wearing jewels as it might hurt not only the learner but even others in practice. For a good amount of time trainees are made to coach with other associate techniques establish... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

9. Understanding Aikido Basic Principles and Styles
November 09, 2013

With the noticeable reunion of oriental and Western cultures, scores of people are learning and re-realizing novel means of self-control particularly in the arena of martial arts. Among these means is - Aikido that is an incredibly admired Japanese martial art form. The most essential code of Aikido is not to fight force with force. Measured as a non-aggressive technique in defensive sports, Aikido is as beloved as it does not prompt or incite any assault. Despite of strength of the aggressor is forwarded into flings, locks, and numerous off-putting techniques, aikido utilizes very little b... (read more)

Author: Sven Hylten-Cavallius

10. Why take up Aikido North Sydney Classes
October 22, 2013

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that was founded by Morehei Ueshiba in the early 1900's. It is a result of his vision to combine physical movements and techniques together with his spiritual philosophy. The result is Aikido which is a non-violent and non-competitive sport with numerous physical, mental and spiritual benefits. The good benefits that one can get for a long term effect is reason enough to take up Aikido North Sydney classes. By attending classes and taking these seriously, one will see a holistic improvement. The good benefits to all three aspects will create a better human... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

11. Choosing Your Uniform for Aikido North Sydney Training
October 13, 2013

If you are one who is seriously considering a long term practice Aikido, it is important to know that getting the right uniform or Aikido gi is essential. The right gi will ensure that you are comfortable while doing the techniques and at the same time, it also helps avoid injury. The aikido gi is also important because the belt used also tells how far good and experienced you are in this martial art. Different colours correspond to different levels. In the past, Aikido practitioners used the Judo or Kendo gi. As Aikido became more popular the Aikido gi and Hakama were also manufactured f... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

12. Aikido Western Sydney Residents Will Do Well to Learn
October 03, 2013

If you live in western Sydney and you are looking for some way to blow off some steam and get fit, you may want to learn about the dojos for aikido western Sydney has to offer. These dojos offer some of the best aikido training around and they will give you excellent value for your money. Most people who have tried them will tell you the classes are the best things they have ever tried and in fact, that are sticking with their training sessions in the hopes that they will get better and better until they get their hands on the coveted black belt. Now, you may be too scared to try out aik... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

13. The Long-lasting Benefits of Aikido Sydney Dojos Offer
September 26, 2013

Working long hours can really put a strain on the mind and body and this is why you need to get up and get moving. If you are chained to a desk several hours a day and you subject yourself to a lot of stress on a daily basis, you will need something to help you get rid of all that stress and aggravation, some people will turn to quite hobbies like knitting and perhaps solitaire but if you want to kick stress to the curb and get rid of some excess weight at the same time, why not try training in aikido Sydney dojos have to offer you? You may not have thought of taking aikido before since you be... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

14. Sydney Aikido Dojos to Whip You in Shape
September 19, 2013

Becoming fit and lean takes a lot of effort and discipline especially for people who do not like to exercise and diet. But really, if you are one of those people and you just want to become healthy once more, you need to watch what you eat and you need to get moving or else you will just keep gaining weight and become more and more unhealthy every day. You cannot let your aversion to gyms and your lack of discipline get the better of you and this is why you will want to know all about Sydney aikido dojos and how they can help you become fit and lean by getting you to move and instilling discip... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

15. The Benefits that Sydney Aikido Training can Give You for a Better Life
September 12, 2013

Aikido is a martial art that was founded in the early 1900’s in Japan by Morehei Ueshiba. It is a combination of the founder’s aim to teach self-defence techniques coupled with his religious beliefs and philosophy. Not all lot of people are very familiar with this activity though. It is good to know that this martial art is non-violent and non-competitive which makes it good for people of all ages, men and women. This is open to people of all sizes, weight and physical capabilities. The most obvious and known benefit of training in is the fact that it teaches self-defence. Other than that... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

16. What to do before Training in Sydney Aikido Dojos
September 02, 2013

Now that you have already decided to sign up for Sydney aikido classes, it is time for you to think about what you need to do before attending your first class. After all, you want to be prepared as you want to make the most of every sessions so it is only logical that you prepare well for it. Before your first training session, you should make it a point to drop by the dojo so you can see what they do during their classes so you have some idea of what will happen in yours. It will also be to your benefit to hand around and ask questions that you didn’t get to ask, or forgot to ask, the first ... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

17. Sydney Aikido Masters Offer Tips to Beginners
August 26, 2013

Are you looking for a way to have some fun and yet learn something useful at the same time? If the answer is yes, why not sign up for some aikido classes? Training in aikido will not only help you get rid of excess fat and get fit but it will also teach you discipline and it is really something worthwhile to do. Should you like how this sounds, the first thing you really need to do is look for an aikido that you can train in. there are no shortages of dojos in Sydney but you have to look for one that really suits your needs and your budget. Where do you look? When looking for a dojo... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

18. Why Take Up Aikido in Sydney?
August 19, 2013

Most people want to be fit and lean however, they do not always have the time or the inclination to go to a gym and pump some iron. Even less people have the will-power to spend hours running on a treadmill and not really getting anywhere. If you too are looking to become fitter and yet you do not want to go to the gym, you may want to sign up for classes on aikido in Sydney. Aikido classes in Sydney are nothing like going to the gym as you can not only get a full-body exercise but you also get to meet new people. Why Aikido? Indeed, why aikido? You can always get a full body worko... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

19. Kung Fu Negotiation: Staying Centered With the Art of Ba Gua Chang
August 15, 2013

Translated literally as "Eight Trigrams Palm," the martial art of Ba Gua Chang is traditionally only taught to students who have first achieved a black belt in another discipline. It is said that anyone can learn the art of Taiji; one in 50 can learn the art of Xing Yi, another internal style; and only one in 100 can learn Ba Gua. It can be that complicated. Ba Gua is a mashup of Zen circle walking, aspects of the Yi Jing (I Ching) and many different internal and external martial arts forms. People in China even attribute semi-magical qualities to it, like rebuilding qi to recapture yout... (read more)

Author: Jeffrey Fink

20. Performing the Nikyo: Close To Being Confrontational?
August 11, 2013

If you have improved your flexibility and perfected your stance in ikkyo (first teaching or technique), then you will have no problem learning the nikyo or second technique. Aikido gets fun as you proceed to the next techniques. If you think you are ready for pain, then you should be ready to learn nikyo then. In a previous article, the one which I tackled on the basic wrist grasping techniques in aikido, I pointed out that nikyo produces instant pain. Instant pain is readily felt by the uke as the nage grips their wrist and twists their arm in the move to break their fighting spirit. Th... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

21. The Martial arts supplies for weapons,accessories and clothing from the top suppliers in the market
July 26, 2013

The accessories for the martial arts Martial arts are practiced all over the world in eastern as well as the western countries. The art is practiced to keep the body fit as well to protect against the sudden attacks from the enemies. There are a large number of martial arts practiced across the globe like Aikido, kung fu, boxing, kickboxing, haedong kumbo, Brazilian jiu jitsu, hapkido, karate, judo, yogas, Japanese jiu jitsu, kendo, tae soo doo and many more. Different types of Martial arts weapons are required for playing the games. Most of the martial art styles originated in Asian coun... (read more)

Author: Jew Lewis

22. Aikido Do's and Don'ts to Remember
July 23, 2013

Aikido Australia dojos have to offer is a nonviolent martial art. It is of Japanese origin and it is also known as "the art of peace". Aikido does not only teach self-defence, but has very good benefits for the mind body and spirit. The practice of Aikido can benefit all members of the family from young to old, both men and women. But before you seriously consider taking up Aikido, here are some do' and don'ts you need to know so that you know what you are getting into. This is very helpful, especially to new students. Always come to class early. Coming on time is already considered late.... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

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June 18, 2013

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Author: Diego Dillmore

24. Aikido On Regular Basis Life
May 09, 2013

The modern martial art from Japan called Aikido is sometimes called the 'art of peace' as a result of it espouses a fast peaceful end to any form of aggression. Within the follow place of Aikido, usually called dojo, students will have the ability to learn about flexibility and adaptation. Each of these are results of a relaxed manner that Aikido students try to embody. The explanation why being relaxed and calm is taught in Aikido follow is because on the heart of its principles of spirituality and philosophy, Aikido masters and instructors believe that the ki or ch'i or power can sole... (read more)

Author: johnny black

25. The Attitudes to Master Aikido: Failure Is Never an Option
February 14, 2013

One of the most important characteristics of the successful is the passion and total commitment for what they are doing. The same is also true for Aikido, a Japanese form of non-violent martial arts that emphasize more on personal refinement and self-defence rather than stressful competition (which you see in Judo and Taekwondo). As in any martial arts, aikido demands greater physical, emotional and mental commitment and concentration. Do you have the attitudes it takes to master aikido? Aikido Is Not For Sissies Before you would ever set foot in a dojo, you should know that aikido ... (read more)

Author: William Jackson

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