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Is there one traditional way of tying your belt in aikido?
I came across this youtube video. Being a beginner in Aikido I was wondering, is this the traditional way of tying your belt? Are there other ways to do it? Does it matter how you tie it?
Mar 28 '12 at 11:03
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