Aikido Guide

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About this app

THE AIKIDO GUIDE is a powerful tool that fully utilizes the app technology to give a unique learning experience. Access to different levels of information from more than 400 videos will provide inspiration and challenges to beginners as well as teachers.

The Aikido Guide receives very positive reviews, and it is now in use by Aikido teachers and students in 70 different countries around the world.

From time to time some of the videos are upgraded. In this way the Aikido Guide is improved without the need of making new versions of the application itself.

THE GUIDE CONTAINS:
- 344 videos of different combinations of attack, technique and mode.
- 568 different applications including Omote, Ura, etc. Each application is shown from two or three angles/sides.
- 4 modes: Basic, advanced and two flowing modes.
- 14 videos explaining important Taisabaki – ways of entering, linked to each attack-technique combination.
- 19 in-depth explanations of core techniques.
- 18 videos on basic movements for individual practice.
- 4 videos explaining important principles of Aikido, such as the triangle, the circle and the square.
- 3 video interviews.

The Aikido Guide is built up in an eclectic way inspired from a wide range of teachers and schools.

Shihan Bjorn Eirik Olsen (7th Dan Aikikai) has been living in Japan for many years were he practiced intensively with teachers such as Morito Suganuma Sensei, Minoru Inaba Sensei and late Morihiro Saito Sensei – in addition to late Doshu Kishomaru Ueshiba, the present Doshu Moriteru Ueshiba and several of the “old” students of Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido. He is presently chief instructor of Norway Aikikai and has been teaching in countries like England, Greece and Vietnam.

- For mobile telephones as well as tablets.
- For the best experience, the application requires WiFi.
- Audio explanations are in English.
- The design of the Android app is sligthly different from the iOS. The functionality and the content are identical.
- More than 2000 iOS and Android applications have been sold to Aikido practitioners in 70 different countries.

- For more information about the Aikido Guide, see: www.aikidoguide.no.
- You will also find information on Facebook - Aikido Guide.

Aikido is a Japanese Martial Art that aims at solving situations in a harmonious way by understanding and expressing universal laws of body, mind and spirit.
Updated on
Sep 18, 2013

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4.8
49 reviews
Arve Fahlvik
July 16, 2021
Need an option to store a few of the latest videos. Wish for "My list" for the things I'm working on.
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A Google user
August 20, 2019
Great sensei great app
2 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 16, 2013
I think this app is very good. Bjørn Eirik is my sensei and I'm very happy to see the result. I participated one day of the recording so I know the amount of work sensei have put into this project. I find the app easy to use, with excelent navigation. But the real value of the app is the systematic structure of the technics and the high quality of the contents. For beginners this app is very helpful to learn techniques and understand basic movements. And for experienced aikidokas I just say; be inspired :)
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