Masatake Fujita Sensei, one of the Great high-ranking Shihans, emphasized the fundamentals in his Aikido practising and teaching.
The bases of his training method were the proper posture and dodge for the correct technique performing. The powerful, vigorous performing of the techniques and the uke’s attack control were his main signatures.
Masatake Fujita Sensei is well known for introducing the Aikido training method called “Masatake Fujita Sensei’s theory of motion (tai sabaki)” and for his powerful performing of Aikido techniques.
There are 7 Masatake Fujita Shihan’s techniques perfomed by Igor Shmygin.
From the Publisher: This book is dedicated to the memory of the Great Master, Hombu Dojo Shihan, 8th Dan Aikido Aikikai. The process of creating the book began when the Master was still alive. Masatake Fujita Shihan devoted his life to Aikido. The world has thousands if not millions of followers and admirers of his work. He was a true legend, his memory and knowledge will never be forgotten.
Aikido suffers a serious loss that is difficult to admit. The Masters and Aikidoka from all over the world will follow Sensei’s teaching, study his unique training method carefully and will pass this invaluable knowledge to the next generation.
The Masters, the close friends perform the best Masatake Fujita Shihan’s techniques and the basic Aikido techniques paying a tribute of respect to the Great Master.
While given author credits, this book is more about Fujita Shihan than by him.
The book “Osae Waza. Technique” by Masatake Fujita Shihan, presents the original retaining techniques. The author describes the movements and techniques, focusing on the key points that allow you to achieve maximum efficiency in performing of the retaining technique.
All the techniques are illustrated with step by step photos and comments. Available as a non-Kindle e-book from other sources.
This text is a translation of a text of “Aikido Training” of the Aikikai Foundation, Aikido World Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan. This is 35 pages long with no illustrations or photographs. Many bindings exist, some hardbound, some softcover. Bindings are all post-distribution.