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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Ukemi

In ukemi training are three completely different parts : the moment of the attack itself , what happens after the moment of attack and the moment of going down in either a pin or a throw (where we to have to relate to being close to the ground). This serie of ukemi apps will focus mainly on the last one. When taking ukemi we study our relationship to the ground. Aikido is called The Way of Harmony. How do we create harmony with the earth we are walking on?

Basic Preparation Exercices for Ukemi

This module introduces 18 basic preparatory exercises that you can do to alone. Each exercise is illustrated by a detailed video. The exercise is presented from different angles so that you can reproduce it easily: a front view, a side view, a view from above as well as slow-motion.

Basic Partner Exercices for Ukemi

This module introduces 24 exercises to practice with a partner to improve your learning. Techniques such as "rolling over back" or "over leg" emerge as a progression from the simplest exercise to the most advanced.

Applied Ukemi in Specific Technics 1

This module introduces the application of ukemi in specific technics. Here you will find details of the Uke work in techniques such as "Ikkyo" or "Nikkyo" or "Jujigarami". The different angles (front, side, top and the slow-motion) will allow you to see every detail of the Uke’s work and to then be able to practice and improve.

 

 

Applied Ukemi in Specific Technics 2

This module introduces the application of ukemi in specific technics. Here you will find details of the Uke work in techniques such as "Kote Gaeshi", "Shiho Nage" or "Irimi Nage". The different angles (front, side, top and the slow-motion) will allow you to see every detail of the Uke’s work and to then be able to practice and improve.

Principles for Uke and Ukemi Movements

This module introduces 30 basic Ukemi principles. Each principle is explained by Jan Nevelius in a short explanatory video in English. In a few sentences, he elaborates on principles such as "When to fall", "Fall around your own axis" or "Eye contact". This module will allow you to understand and assimilate the principles of Ukemi.