Do you want to protect yourself by learning really amazing break falling techniques?
•You want to become more agile and flexible?
•You like martial arts and want to learn break fall techniques for training and daily life?
•You want to increase your ability to move in a controlled and soft way?
In this course I will show you how I learned to protect myself from falling and hurting by learning these simple but very useful break falling techniques!
Wether you are an Aikido practitioner or an experienced martial artist of any style who wants to enhance his Ukemi technique, an athlete of any other sport discipline or a beginner starting out – you will be able to progress at your own pace at home following clear and efficient step by step progressions.
Master this Aikido Ukemi course and learn how to protect and get full control over your body!
While there are plenty of tutorials out there that show how to learn Aikido break falling techniques, it is difficult to find a comprehensive beginner course with a detailed structure like this one. Particularly for those with little time and experience it is hard because there are so many different methods but no consistent progression line.
This course offers slow but clear and efficient progressions to learn step by step without the fear of injury and hurting yourself. In addition to the main technical aspects of break falling techniques it covers interesting background information about Aikido Ukemi in general.
•All the tutorials, sections and lectures are built upon each other and everything comes from one source
•Direct feedback and help from me your instructor…you can ask me and we will solve any problem together
•Filmed in HD quality and a cool design makes this course a nice source to work with
•High quality Slow Motion clips for in depth study
The key things you will learn
•How to protect your body from injuries when falling on the ground
•Background information and knowledge about Aikido Ukemi
•Knowing the fundamental elements of break falls and why they are so efficient
•Knowing how to learn Aikido break falls by following clear and efficient progressions
•Knowing how to train safely and without the fear of falling and hurting yourself
•Mastering all 10 Ukemi pre exercises
•Mastering the 3 main Ukemi from different positions
Master all 10 Basic Ukemi
•Pre Exercise 1 | Basic Ukemi With Legs Straight & Stretched Forward
•Pre Exercise 2 | Basic Ukemi With Legs Crossed
•Pre Exercise 3 | Basic Ukemi Up To A Kneeling Position
•Pre Exercise 4 | Basic Ukemi With Turn Into Kneeling Position
•Pre Exercise 5 | Basic Ukemi With A Straight Kneeling Lunge Position
•Pre Exercise 6 | Stand Up Drill
•Pre Exercise 7 | Going Down Drill
•Pre Exercise 8 | Go Down Stand Up Jump Drill
•Pre Exercise 9 | Soft Breakfall Drill
•Advanced Exercise 1 | Mirror Drill
Master the 3 Main Ukemi
•Mae Ukemi | Forward Roll
•Ushiro Ukemi | Backwards Roll
•Yoko Ukemi | Sidewards Roll
Contents and Overview
This course starts with a welcoming section. First you will get an overview about the course. I will shortly introduce myself to you so that you know with whom you will work over the duration of this course. After that you will get introduced to the course structure and how to follow the sections and lectures.
Then you will get familiar with Ukemi in general. You will learn about what “Ukemi” actually means, what the Japanese meaning is, where the difference to conventional rolls lies, why they are so useful and maybe most importantly – how they exactly work!
Once you know all the details you already start your training. You begin with the pre exercises and work on them until you achieve a solid foundation. You will start with the first and easiest one and work yourself through all the exercises. Step by step you will go through 10 pre exercises which will take you from beginner level to advanced – having a really good foundation. As a natural side effect you will significantly increase your body control, balance and agility. You will get into better shape and widen your range of abilities.
While learning the exercises you will gradually strengthen your knowledge about break falls and you will start to see common elements which are important and learn to apply them in a natural way!
After mastering all the pre exercises and achieving a solid foundation you will continue with the main part – Mae Ukemi (Forward Roll), Ushiro Ukemi (Backwards Roll) and Yoko Ukemi (Sidewards Roll). In between the progressions for each Ukemi type you also find slow motion videos of each Ukemi. This way you can even take a closer look at the technique, take it as a reference and compare to your movements. And since you have a solid foundation you are basically free to start learning any or all of the three Ukemi and master the art of falling!
If you want to learn how to protect yourself from falling…then this course is exactly right for you!
All my fee-based courses have a 30-day money-back guarantee through Udemy. That means you are able to check it out, make sure it`s the right course for you, and get a refund if it`s not.
Are you ready to start learning?
Do not hesitate and start your training now! With this online course you can take it at your own pace. Even though you might be too busy right now you can enrol today and take the course at your own pace.
Try it out and and have fun. Thank you so much for your interest in my course “Aikido Ukemi Fundamentals | A Beginners Guide To Fall Safely “.
See you inside and …. train smart!
Tom Inauen / TOMTRICKS
(Disclaimer Notice: In order to perform the exercises effectively and safely you should be in good physical condition prior to beginning the course. By registering for the course or performing these exercises you understand that exercising can lead to physical injury. If you engage in any exercise suggested by Thomas Inauen, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge Thomas Inauen from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown arising out of Thomas Inauen`s negligence.)