Why Is Aikido Art So
Pleasing to Watch?

Aikido Art


Are you looking for a great selection of Aikido Art?


Or are you are interested in why Aikido is artistic and pleasing to the eye?


You have found some answers!


Aikido Art images can be used in a variety of different ways. They can be used instead of or with photographs, to offer a different feel to your website or Aikido association or club marketing material. 


Many years ago, I came across a unique cd-rom software that had over 10,000 clipart images. Also included on this cd rom were a few dozen excellent Aikido images, which I use on my website. Here are just a few examples... 











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Aikido Art Is
Pleasing To The Eye

Aikido Art


Do you think Aikido art or animated Aikido techniques can help you improve your training skills? I believe they can!


But just like anything else in life YOU get out exactly what you put in!


Any Aikido art or method to help you understand the range of techniques that you are studying is useful. It will encourage serious thinking, and a whole range of mental processes to weigh up the pros and cons of making decisions.


Eventually though, after much thought and an intellectual understanding of theory... it will be time to take action. After physically performing techniques over and over again, thousands of times, your body will develop a body memory.


This is where your mind is quiet and you can allow your body to deal with an attacking energy in the best way possible.


So, to recap... 


It's important to intellectually understand your Aikido, but even more important for your body to understand it without the complex involvement of your mind. This takes many years and repetitive practise. Aikido Success Blueprint


Have you noticed that Aikido art is aesthetically pleasing to the eye? 


It can certainly be inspiring to watch a good aikido demonstration. The way two or more people blend together in harmony is a joy to watch. This blending is used to allow the attacker and defender to protect themselves from injury.


There are a variety of different interpretations or styles of Aikido art. These range from full power Aikido techniques that a training partner has to survive.


All the way to very harmonious flowing techniques where attacker and defender work together to produce Aikido art.


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