By Морихиро Сайто (Morihiro Saito)
Книга Айкидо Морихиро Сайто eightй дан/Morihiro Saito eighth dan - conventional Aikido... Айкидо Морихиро Сайто eightй дан/Morihiro Saito eighth dan - conventional Aikido vol.1-5Книги Боевое искусство Автор: Морихиро Сайто (Morihiro Saito) Год издания: 1973 Формат: pdf Страниц: 787 Размер: 301 мб Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Книги от известного мастера Айкидо Морихиро Сайто, основателя направления "Ивама-рю"язык: японский/английский и очень много илюстрацийВ пятитомник вошли следующие тома:Vol.1 easy techniquesVol.2 complicated techniquesVol.3 utilized techniquesVol.4 important techniquesVol.5 education works wonders
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Without further ado they all ran away, obviously not prepared to die for the wallet. Master Abbe picked up his wallet and calmly walked home. I have used this type of approach dozens of time successfully myself. However, there is a danger with posturing: if it doesn't work and the assailant overrides his natural instinct to run/ freeze then you could be in trouble. You have certainly lost the element of surprise that's for sure. If you throw a challenge it may be met and accepted. If it is you had better be able to back it up or be able to back pedal in a hurry.
This very often effects what I like to call the 'sticky feet syndrome'. The attacker may very well want to move forward because peer pressure demands that he fight and not run away, but his feet appear stuck to the floor, his body lurches forward as though trying to move, but his feet stay stuck firmly to the ground. This is because natural instinct is telling him to run for it. After creating the gap make yourself a hard target by 'ballooning', or 'stalking'. ' and point to the opponent, this acts as a secondary back up fence to the verbal.
A friend of mine tried the veteran approach. He told his antagonist in a very calm manner that if he wasn't happy that they would have to 'Sort it out on the common', not really expecting him to meet the challenge. ' My mate dropped his bottle quicker than a greasy palmed milkman. The bottom line was, he had no idea of how to do a 'square go' (a match fight) I often teach people, as a pre-cursory action trigger to preemptiveness, to ask their assailants a question to engage their brain. ' Many of my students have found this effective.