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Creation Date: 11-22-2004 05:17 PM
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In General Monday practice. Kaite Nage Uchi Mavari Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #18 New 10-25-2004 03:53 PM
Today's practice started with Kokyu Doza (pretty strange start). Then we did one technique with yonkyo. The rest of the class was spent doing Kaite Nage Uchi Mavari (if I remember the name correctly). First we did it starting with Katate Dori. Then the same thing from kneeling position. After that we did the same technique from standing position starting with tsuki, then with yokumen. When doing it against tsuki, you just step to the side (outside), slide your hand from the bottom, grab it, step and atemi (like ikkyo), move under the hand, cut the head down and step accross. Important thing to remember is to keep partner down with both hands (keeping his head down and pressing his hand with other hand also). Steps should be small and keep yourself close to the partner. After moving under the hand, keep it down all the time. With yokument attack I was keeping myself from going into shihonage. It's hard to stop yourelf in the middle of the circular movement and start moving in the opposite direction.
It is a complicated technique and we haven't done it for at least a month. Considering that I think I did well.
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