Martial arts and sports videos on your mobile device

iBudokan is your source for HD reference videos for martial arts, and physical fitness. Some of the best trainers, sensei and teachers in the world have gotten together to create the best set of reference material available on mobile apps.

All apps include HD video shown from multiple angles and in some cases with close-ups and slow motion. All organized according to traditional training methods for each discipline.

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Aikido Christian Tissier

Aikido Christian Tissier" is an application bringing together a wide variety of Aikido techniques. A Japanese martial art created in the 30s by Morihei Ueshiba, Aikido (or path to harmony) is a disciplined based on immobilisation and projection techniques aiming to resolve conflict in a harmonious manner.

 

Module 1
Aikido Classic

In this module, you will find more than 100 Aikido techniques (Tachi waza). Each technique is presented in the form of several videos drawn from remastered Christian Tissier DVDs.

A simple and effective search system enables direct access to the desired technique The slow motion video will help you to see every detail of the technique and will afford you essential support in your learning and practice.

 

Module 2
Suwari and Hamni
Hantachi Waza

This module presents nearly fifty kneeling techniques performed by Christian Tissier.

A simple and effective search system enables direct access to the desired technique and to view videos at normal speed and slow motion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module 3
Technical Kyu Progression

The "Technical progress" module enables visualization of different techniques according to the progress required for passing grades, from the 5th to the 1st kyu.

This module includes techniques that are listed in the "Classic Aikido" and "Suwari Waza and Hanmi Hantachi Waza" modules, classified in a manner to facilitate retrieval for adepts wishing to revise passing their grades.

Module 4
Aikiken

Aikido contains both empty hand and weapons techniques and Aikiken is the name given to the set of bokken (the japanese wooden sword) techniques practiced according to the principles of Aikido.

Aikiken was developed by Morihei Ueshiba at his dojo in Iwama at the same time he developed Aikido.

In this module, you will discover 32 Aikiken katas demonstrated by Christian Tissier.