Aikido Basic Techniques : Munetsuki Kotegaeshi

Aikido Basic Techniques : Munetsuki Kotegaeshi

Aikido technique Munetsuki Kotegaeshi allows the Aikido martial artist to block an opponents punch and re-route the energy. Learn the Munetsuki Kotegaeshi Aikido technique in this free video.

Expert: Gary Boaz
Bio: Gary Boaz has been training in Aikido for 17 years, he is a 4th degree black belt under Fred Mastision Sensei of Aikido of Phoenix. Gary teaches Aikido, Kyusho-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Filmmaker: Dustin Daniels

8 comments on “Aikido Basic Techniques : Munetsuki Kotegaeshi

  1. im not aikido practitioner but i believe aikido would work in any situation.i believe its a defensive art. i dont believe u could go offensive with it unless u used it against someone who was highly inexperienced with fighting and someone who would not at least struggle.

    if someone tried to grab me i believe i could have the opportunity to perform of the various moves involved in aikido. if it were an all out fight i would use every foot movement taught in aikdio to stay away from my opponent until he opened himself up for attack.

    i also believe that EVERY MOVE in aikido could work if incorporated with other movements. i think aikido would be devastating if mixed with wrestling basics that are meant to pass the guard or take one directly to the ground.

    i understand(i tihnk) though…aikido is not a fighting style but can be a fighting style. ive never seen an aikido master being aggressive. i see a lot of moving around and anticipating the position of an opponent

  2. This style is a fraud… REAL martial arts exist, this is not one of them. Thinking this will work in a real fight with likely get you into trouble.

  3. Maybe its for security at practice, but i think that the uke should throw the punch to the face, instead of the stomach. If he punch the stomac he leave’s is guard open and you only need to counter strike, to the face is more dangerous

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