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When doing shihonage irimi, I need to remember that I shouldn't step past the midway point (between feet) of uke. This way, I end up behind uke when I complete the turn.
For nikkyo - for the other arm position not gripping the wrist - the position that works is as follows: my hand rolling freely against uke's writs and the forearm (to elbow) is over the uke's forearm. This give me more leverage and control.
Of note - I just put two and two together:
Shi - four
Ho - direction
Nage - throw