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.

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A sample cartoon, one of more than two dozen, full page illustrations:

Aikido Lexicon

A sample definition, one of more than 250:

Dogi: The uniform of the Aikidoka, the belt of which is designed to come undone about halfway through a Kyu test, right after the pants fall down. Belt tying also offers a wealth of initiation rituals to be inflicted upon juniors. Also muttered by Shite to Uke during Jiyu Waza, as in “Get along, little Dogi.”

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