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Creation Date: 11-22-2004 05:17 PM
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  #7 New 10-11-2004 07:04 PM
Ukemi class was taught by O'Quinn Sensei. We did knee walking and then forward rolls. Here he noticed that I start from raising my hand and asked me not to do that. It helps me to feel that circular move and going right down with my hands seems too linear. Have to talk to sensei about that.
Bill Witt sensei was teaching the main class. First part of the class was used doing Morote Dori Kokyu Ho. Finally I think I've got how to move my hand and Witt sensei shown the axis to bend my arm. Have to remember that it's not about moving around your partner, but it's about wrapping him around you. The feeling helps a lot. While uke I have to still work on stepping back when yout feet are trapped. It's really difficult and it seems falling on the other side is much easier, but I'll be working on that.
Then we practiced a technique staring from two hands grabber from behind (ura riote dori ?). Front foot moves back and off to a side, back foot follows. hand closest to the partner movec up from the center and towards the partner - atemi, second hand is kept at your head. After that movement you are next to your partner in inverse hanmi and atemi should get his balance. If hand doing atemi moves from the center, it's pretty easy to get the balance. Next move is the front foot steps back, you move under partner's hand. Here do not look down, keep looking at your partner. Atemi to the face or stomack can be delivered while movind ander the arm. From behind continuation is the hand kept at your head is cutting partner's head and the other hand help to throw pushing the shoulder. Step accross is needed here. I guess ikkyo also can be used as continuation.
I haven't got much from the second technique since it was too complicated to me, but Morote Dori Kokyu Ho corrections were really good.
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