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БЕЛОРУССКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ АЙКИДО
Парк им. Луначарского
Официальный представитель ОО БФА в г.Гомеле

Аттестация — База


The British Aikido Federation Teaching Syllabus

  1. Rei (the bow)

  2. Kihon junbi-dosa (basic warming-up exercises)

    1. Tori-fune (literally «bird boat»), also called funakogi undo («boat-rowing exercise»), and furi-tama («shaking a ball exercise» or «shaking the soul exercise»)

    2. Tai-so (body exercises)

    3. Tekubi-kansetsu junan undo (wrist flexibility exercises)

    4. Ukemi (breakfalls):

    5. Ushiro ukemi (rear breakfalls):

      1. ushiro hanten ukemi (breakfall to the rear and coming up forwards)

      2. ushiro kaiten ukemi (rolling breakfall to the rear)

    6. Mae kaiten ukemi (rolling breakfall to the front)

    7. Voko ukemi (side breakfall).

    8. Mae choku-to ukemi (direct breakfall to the front)

  3. Tandoku-dosa (Solo movements) or Tai-no tenkan ho (body turning exercises)

    1. Kamae or hanmi (posture)

    2. Sabaki (motion) or Tai-no shintai (forwards and backwards body movement)

      1. Tsugi-ashi (one foot following the other)

      2. Ayumi-ashi (normal walking steps)

      3. Tenkai-ashi (pivoting)

      4. Zenpo tenkan-ashi (forwards rotation) or Irimi-tenka (entering and changing direction)

      5. Koho tenkan-ashi (rotation to the rear) or Tai-no henka (changing posture)

      6. Shikko (walking on the knees)

  4. Sotai dosa (exercises with a partner)

    1. Tai-no tenkan ho (body turning exercise)

      1. Soto tenkan (outward turning) or tenkan

      2. Uchi tenkan (inward turning) or irimi

    2. Shiho-giri tenkan-ho (four direction cutting & turning exercise, based on the shiho-nage technique)

      1. mae-tenkan (forwards and turning)

      2. ushiro-tenkan (to the rear and turning)

    3. Haishin-undo (body stretching exercise)

      1. omote (to the front)

      2. ura (to the rear)

      3. sokumen (to the side)

    4. Hiriki-no yosei (elbow-power development)

      1. Kokyu-ryoku zenshin kotai (shifting breath-power forwards)

      2. Jushin-no ido (shifting one's centre of gravity)

    5. Suwari-waza kokyu-ho (sitting breath-power exercise)– basic form

    6. Tachi-waza kokyu-ho (standing breath-power exercises)

      1. omote (to the front)

      2. ura (to the rear)

      3. sokumen (to the side)

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