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Creation Date: 11-22-2004 05:17 PM
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  #26 New 11-05-2004 12:30 PM
Today I was working with Jim. The whole class we did kaite nage. That was nice, it's pretty complex technique and we do not do it often. We did both kaite nage soto mavari and uchi mavari from shomen attack (foot work in the beginning as ikkyo), then from yokumenuchi attack and the main difference for me was the footwork which in this case is yokumen responce and then hands meet each other. A lot of intermediate atemis, which is nice to practice especially with Jim (he will do the atemi for sure and you better block it). It's a challenge to be his uke and I like challenges. I was able to perform this technique in a preffy fast phase, but I tryed to slow down. Sensei's correction was not to step too much and too far from uke during the last step.
Before bowing sensei said that it was the coldest day this year, but I did not really feel that. Both me and Jim were feeling pretty energetic.
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