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dalen7
02-09-2010, 08:57 AM
Trying to wrap my mind around certain new terms Im encountering...

Suihei Uchi vs. Gyaku yokomen uchi
[Its the same technique, but curious what Suihei Uchi translates as]

Koshi Nage Kote Hineri
[I have found that Kote Hineri is the same as saying Sankyo - albeit the actual translation Im sure is different]

Thanks

dAlen

CitoMaramba
02-09-2010, 03:58 PM
Trying to wrap my mind around certain new terms Im encountering...

Suihei Uchi vs. Gyaku yokomen uchi
[Its the same technique, but curious what Suihei Uchi translates as]

Koshi Nage Kote Hineri
[I have found that Kote Hineri is the same as saying Sankyo - albeit the actual translation Im sure is different]

Thanks

dAlen

"Suihei" (水平) can mean "horizontal, level". "Suihei-giri" is a horizontal cut.
"Kote Hineri" means wrist twist and is the "descriptive name" for technique usually called sankyo or sankajo.

dalen7
02-09-2010, 05:38 PM
"Suihei" (水平) can mean "horizontal, level". "Suihei-giri" is a horizontal cut.
"Kote Hineri" means wrist twist and is the "descriptive name" for technique usually called sankyo or sankajo.

Thanks... :)

Peace

dAlen

JW
02-09-2010, 09:49 PM
Koshi Nage Kote Hineri

Never heard the term, but you know that koshi nage set-up where you use the sankyo grip to extend uke up and over? Reminds me of that..
--JW

dalen7
02-10-2010, 02:42 AM
Never heard the term, but you know that koshi nage set-up where you use the sankyo grip to extend uke up and over? Reminds me of that..
--JW

That is strange as that is the typical way I do shiho-nage... anyway, thanks. :)

- dAlen