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More inspiration from Stockholm – return to the crime scene

More inspiration from Stockholm – return to the crime scene

We sat on the mats after practi­ce, resigned expres­si­ons on our faces. I think Hon­za bro­ke the silen­ce: ‘When is the next tra­i­ning? And where?”
On that Thur­sday in Novem­ber, the first snow fell in Stoc­kholm. The begin­ning of win­ter. We slept on the tata­mi at the Iya­saka Aiki­do­klubb (the­re’s an insa­ne­ly noi­sy air-con­di­ti­o­ning sys­tem run­ning at night) and got up at six in the mor­ning. An hour practi­ce, a quick chan­ge of clo­thes and a subway ride to Vana­dis, whe­re the­re was ano­ther mor­ning practi­ce at ano­ther club. Then we had bre­ak­fast at the cafe whe­re Ast­rid Lin­gren used to go (Pipi Lon­gs­tockking was writ­ten in the tene­ment across the park) and the lunch­ti­me tra­i­ning was star­ting, which of cour­se we also atten­ded. Three wor­kouts in half a day would­n’t have been too much, but we kept up the pace of 3–5 hours of exer­ci­se on our six­th day in Stoc­kholm… and we still had three more inten­se days to go.

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Aikido during the coronavirus – how to strengthen your immune system (Not only for martial artists!)

Aikido during the coronavirus – how to strengthen your immune system (Not only for martial artists!)

Aiki­do nás učí, jak při­jmout, vyu­žít a zlep­šit jakou­ko­liv situ­a­ci a záro­veň se u toho něco nové­ho nau­čit. Jak může­me toto umě­ní apli­ko­vat na sou­čas­nou situ­a­ci kolem epi­de­mie koro­na­vi­ru? Jak to udě­lat tak, že se po všech bez­peč­nost­ních opat­ře­ních a tré­nin­ko­vé pau­ze setká­me v lep­ší kon­di­ci a zdra­věj­ší než před nimi?
Teď máme pří­le­ži­tost tré­no­vat aiki­do v kaž­do­den­ním životě.

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Aikido for the youngest kids

Aikido for the youngest kids

Mon­key track, drag­ging, tip­toe and rope wal­king, wrest­ling and gent­le tou­ches, sword fen­cing, zom­bies attack, basic rolls and sim­ple aiki­do tech­niques … these are pho­tos from our first tra­i­nings this year for chil­dren from 5 to 7 years.

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