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Definitions of shod in various dictionaries:
verb - furnish with shoes
adj - wearing footgear
adj - used of certain religious orders who wear shoes
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Like show horses|
|Like many horses|
|Did a smithy's job|
|Unlike wild horses|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|It's the past participle of "shoe", & we're not horsing around|
|Shod might refer to|
Shodokan Aikido (昭道館合気道, Shōdōkan Aikidō) is the style of Aikido founded in 1967 by Kenji Tomiki (富木 謙治 Tomiki Kenji, 1900–1979). Shodokan Aikido is sometimes referred to as "Sport Aikido" because of its use of regular competitions, the style also may be referred to as "Tomiki Aikido". Shodokan places more emphasis on free-form randori sparring than most other styles of aikido. The training method requires a balance between randori and the more stylized kata training along with a well-developed set of training drills both specific for randori and for general aikido development. The participation in actual shiai (competitive randori) very much depends on the club with greater emphasis being found in the university clubs, although randori is core to all Shodokan clubs.|
* In 1967 Kenji Tomiki built a Shodokan hombu dojo in Osaka, Japan, to teach, train and promote his style. The style itself, could arguably have been founded with the formation of the Waseda University Aikido Club in 1958. Today, Shodokan Aikido is organised with two major groups, the Japan Aikido Association (JAA) and the Shodokan Aikido Federation (SAF).