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Aiki

Aiki

Aiki from a Japanese budo term, at its most essential is a rule that enables an adapted professional to refute or divert an adversary’s capacity.

Whenever connected, the aiki professional controls the activities of the assailant with negligible exertion and with an unmistakable nonattendance of solid strain for the most part connected with physical exertion. Aiki loans its name to different Japanese combative techniques most outstandingly aikido and its parent craftsmanship, Daito-ryu aiki-jujutsu. These expressions will in general utilize the rule of aiki as a center component supporting the main part of their systems.