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Windr
Sunday, December 4th, 2005, 04:45 PM
WHAT REAL AIKIDO IS
Real aikido is efficient, widely applicable self-defense skill, based on modified original aikido. The creator of real aikido is Ljubomir - Ljuba Vracarevic, holder of the black belt, 10th Dan, professor of real aikido and ju-jutsu. Thanks to his long experience acquired and improved by continual contact with first-class Japanese masters of this skill, master Vracarevic distinguished several thousand techniques, purified them, reformed their elements, introducing in his own knowledge from other fighting skills, creating a new style - real aikido - extremely efficient and flexible system of defense techniques. Flexibility of real aikido is just one of its most important characteristics. Putting together different techniques according to the real situation, maximal efficiency is achieved. Transition from one to another technique is simple, and only knowledge and skill will determine which elements someone will use. These unlimited possibilities of combining, enable multiple applies of real aikido.
There is no age limit in practicing real aikido. This skill is very convenient for the adults' recreation and it also effects decidedly on children's psycho-physical development and mobility. Real aikido is especially suitable for body guards and special military and police units training. In this field, master Vracarevic has achieved unique results even out of this country - body guards training of the President of Zimbabwe, Mr. Robert Mougabe, the President of Libya, Mr. Mohamar Gaddafy, the Russian police special units "Alpha" and "Cobra".

Windr
Sunday, December 4th, 2005, 04:46 PM
Enjoy some pics:
http://www.scra.co.yu/pesnicom.jpg
http://www.scra.co.yu/udarac.jpg
http://www.scra.co.yu/macevanje.jpg
http://www.scra.co.yu/planina.jpg
http://www.scra.co.yu/kameni.jpg

Wjatscheslaw
Monday, December 5th, 2005, 10:25 AM
Can i get a link to his site?

Windr
Friday, December 9th, 2005, 02:45 PM
Sites for Real Aikido:
http://www.wcra.co.yu/ (Informations in Serbian, English and Russian)
http://www.wcra.co.yu/samuraj.jpg
http://www.uscra.info/home.htm
http://www.uscra.info/images/logo.jpg

Drömmarnas Stig
Friday, December 9th, 2005, 03:15 PM
Isn't "Sambo" the most common martial art in Russian military?

It seems to be a highly effective mixture of strikes/kicks and submission holds. Oleg Taktarov made it quite popular due to his UFC-successes.
Haven't heard about Real Aikido yet.

Windr
Saturday, December 17th, 2005, 04:46 PM
Nibelung,
Indeed "Sambo" is highly efficient martial art but so is Real Aikido!
In my opinion Kickboxing or Muay Thai (to some king of "stand up" fight) in comparison wouldn't stand a chance in close combat.
Real Aikido is superior, it is more sophisticated and flexible, sustaining of several thousand techniques.
However to master Real Aikido requiers not only many years of practice, but also a great deal of intelligence and devotion, it must become way of life so to say.
And important advantage: age is of no consequence (though the recommendable for start are between 18-25) and everyone can practice it!

Drömmarnas Stig
Saturday, December 17th, 2005, 04:56 PM
Nibelung,
Indeed "Sambo" is highly efficient martial art but so is Real Aikido!
In my opinion Kickboxing or Muay Thai (to some king of "stand up" fight) in comparison wouldn't stand a chance in close combat.
Real Aikido is superior, it is more sophisticated and flexible, sustaining of several thousand techniques.
However to master Real Aikido requiers not only many years of practice, but also a great deal of intelligence and devotion, it must become way of life so to say.
And important advantage: age is of no consequence (though the recommendable for start are between 18-25) and everyone can practice it!

Is weight any factor in terms of efficiency?
I think as a rule of the thumb one can say that martial arts which are divided into weight classes (like boxing, kick-boxing, wrestling, judo and so on) cannot rank amongst them most efficient ones.

In Brazilian Jiujitsu for example weight doesn't play any role.
There was a great fight between Royce Gracie and Akebono (Yokozuna in Sumo and one the best of our time).
Gracie (175 lbs) submitted Akebono with a joint-manipulation.

For a real martial art weight shouldn't play any role, technique is everything.
So I wonder how "real Aikido" deals with weight.

musikfroind
Saturday, December 17th, 2005, 10:01 PM
I don't think that martial arts that have to do with weight classes are worse than martial arts that don't deal with weight.

the martial arts that don't deal with weight e.g. aikido, wing tschung,....also don't have any competition like boxing fights.

Drömmarnas Stig
Sunday, December 18th, 2005, 06:37 AM
I don't think that martial arts that have to do with weight classes are worse than martial arts that don't deal with weight.

the martial arts that don't deal with weight e.g. aikido, wing tschung,....also don't have any competition like boxing fights.

Of course some do have real fights. In Brazil for example "no-rules" fights are very popular. They are not divided into weight classes.

SineNomine
Saturday, September 2nd, 2006, 12:44 PM
For a real martial art weight shouldn't play any role, technique is everything.
So I wonder how "real Aikido" deals with weight.
Agreed. However, remember that the "weight" component is usually artificially added to martial arts which typically do not see it as a factor in order to make the sporting events linked to them seem more "proper" and "authentic". This deludes people into thinking the actual arts themselves see weight as a factor. Aikido most definitely doesn't. Technique is its hallmark. I doubt real aikido differs in this regard.

Aikido is one of the most efficient and lethal martial arts out there. On the one hand it's sad that it is not too common, on the other hand this makes it all the more unpredictable, especially if integrated with other arts. It's also excellent for women who need to defend themselves.