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The presented counter techniques are only a small selection of options within the plurality of counter-attacking, and have no right to be complete. Some fighters tend in certain competition situations to a wait tactic with the intention to counter the opponent when he starts his favorite technique. The counterpart is the most effective response to an attack, because the actions of the opponent can be converted directly into our own victory. Occasionally fighters take even a seemingly careless, a particular opposing throw approach provocative pose challenge feint to the opponent when he tackles and groping as it were in the case to throw a counter technique: It is for example on the left leg standing, the right leg steps one ahead. If the opponents supposing an opportunity now trying to do O soto gari, we turn to the left, pulls back the attacked leg and throws the opponent even with O soto gari. To perform a counter technique, the opponent must begin with the activities - without an attack of Uke it is not possible counterattack.

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H ow complex is your Aikido? But rather your ability to perceive, respond and perform with complexity. Every developmental stage of your practice can be described as a progression through levels of complexity. Each level of practice is based on a solid understanding of the previous level and then adding to it more complexity. From beginners to intermediate, to advanced. It is the art of resolving conflict, by receiving the attack and skillfully using that energy to generate a throw, lock, or pin.

Regardless of the style, in principle, this is the essence of Aikido. This essential principle of the art is also at the core of kaeshi waza. But rather than receiving the energy of an attack, you receive the energy of a throw, lock, or pin — and then skillfully use that energy to generate a counter throw, lock, or pin. Not only was he a master at doing kaeshi waza, but also at teaching kaeshi waza. Like all of his teaching, Saito Sensei taught kaeshi waza in a very clear and step by step didactic.

Always progressing from simple to complex. Saito Sensei taught that all techniques are a process with a beginning, a middle, and an end. There are windows of opportunity at the beginning of the process, in the middle of the process, and at the end of the process.

Exploring, researching, and discovering these possibilities is not only highly interesting, but also lots of fun. As you watch the video notice how the reversal techniques are applied progressively from the first window of opportunity to the second, the third, and so on. Even though I am only demonstrating one technique per window, the technical possibilities can be endless. Please explore all the technical possibilities you can find in each opening.

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H ow complex is your Aikido? But rather your ability to perceive, respond and perform with complexity. Every developmental stage of your practice can be described as a progression through levels of complexity. Each level of practice is based on a solid understanding of the previous level and then adding to it more complexity. From beginners to intermediate, to advanced. It is the art of resolving conflict, by receiving the attack and skillfully using that energy to generate a throw, lock, or pin.

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It was recently shown, however, that the "kaeshi-no-kata" has no authentic basis as a kata , and is largely the result of a linguistic mix-up. Nearly a dozen articles presented his pioneering work on the principles of counter-attacks to throwing techniques. These were loose techniques that were never intended for, or made into a kata form. As judo in the early days was often popularized outside Japan by means of public demonstrations given by judo experts, many exercises were presented in demonstration form, several for which names were invented in Europe by residing Japanese, who often had some martial arts, but relatively little judo experience. Now that "kaeshi- no -kata" in reality has no basis as an existing kata , it is evident that it also is not and never has been an officially recognized Kodokan kata.

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