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Just Released! “Aiki-Doh!-ka: An Aikido Lexicon”
After years of careful observation and countless interviews with Aiki-Doh!-ka, Kevin and Jon have compiled this zany compilation of humorous definitions to common (and not so common) Aikido terms. Illustrated with cartoons by Jon.
It's currently available as an eBook (in PDF format) that you can download and view on your computer, PDA, smartphone or electronic reader (i.e. Kindle, Kobo, etc.), as a POD book available from Lulu.com (an all-colour trade paperback or a black and white pocketbook) or a Kindle book.
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Aiki-Doh!-ka's Definition of the Day
A selection from "Aiki-Doh!-ka: An Aikido Lexicon:
Aiki-Broke-a: An Aikidoka who is injured, usually about 90% of the Dojo at any given time. They can be spotted on the mat by the abundance of colourful duct tape on various parts of their Dogi, usually located near the body joints. This is an indication that they desire the firm application of technique to those locations. When you do so, they will signify their appreciation with a very loud "Kiai!"
Aiki-Doh!-ka's Top Ten Lists
Aiki-Doh!-ka’s all fired up for the New Year, and can’t wait to start training again after the holiday break. Here are some of his goals:
1. Learn to tie belt in less than 5 minutes.
2. Be on time for class (See No. 1).
3. Eliminate push-ups at beginning of class (See. No. 2).
4. Wash dogi more than once a month.
5. Learn to hold a bokken like an aikidoka, not a pirate.
6. Learn to set proper ma-ai before bowing in suwari waza techniques.
7. Master the difference between migi and hidari.
8. Practice ukemi.
9. Practice ukemi.
10. Practice ukemi.