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Creation Date: 03-03-2005 12:13 AM
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In General notes to myself on techniques Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #51 New 11-21-2005 11:10 PM
kotegaeshi: must remember to use both hands on uke's hand/wrist to flip uke over.

shihonage
from ryotedori: I can't seem to do this well. I think I am not moving from the body/hips enough. When one of the guys holds my wrists hard, I can barely move him.

one handed: I must remember to drop uke by pulling slight behind rather than directly downward

kokyu/irimi:
i need to remember to make the throwing hand do an "thumbs down" ...there's also a subtle difference I don't always get in bringing the arm down onto uke. Don't really know how to describe it but I know I'm not getting it right a lot of the time.

kokyu suwari-waza:
for one fleeting moment the instructor on friday got me to do it right and then it was gone. But I think again it's the same problem that I need to move more from my centre and it's the little finger cutting up from my centre that should make it work...just can't do it most of the time.

also turn wrists outward rather than straight in.

ushiro:
footwork: go into hanmi.
arms: lift arms towards front not side as I move back

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