The Incidental Jo

The jo is incidental, peripheral to the movement:  it is hara that causes the jo to move, not the jo’s swinging that the body follows.

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Basics

Fudebakudo Aikido “Glossary” With thanks to Dave “Beholder” Whiteland

Note that some names of attacks given have different names here in Kettering:
kosa dori = gyaku katate dori
morote dori = ryote muchi