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Rules During Practice

“Rules During Training” or Rules During Practice” They present no ambiguity. If you can’t or won’t take these seriously you should not be training Aikido. They have appeared variously in such publications as “AIKIDO” by Kisshomaru Ueshiba, and; “AIKIDO, The Arts of Self-Defense” by Koichi Tohei Edited by Morihei Ueshiba, revised edition 1961. ………………….. 1. One blow in Aikido can kill . When practicing always obey your instructor and do not use training a time for needless testing of strength. 2.  Aikido is an art where one person learns to face many opponents simultaneously . It therefore requires that you polish and perfect each movement to become invulnerable from any direction. 3.  Practice with a feeling of joy and exhilaration. 4.  The teachings of your instructor constitute only a small fraction of what you will learn . Your mastery of each movement will depend almost entirely on individual earnest practice. 5.  Daily practice begins with light movements gradually i