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Ketsan 02-24-2011 10:54 AM

broken ikkyo
 
We have this term that we use in our association and I can't find it anywhere it sounds like "you-ket-ii" and it's only used on henka of ikkyo that put a lot of pressure on the elbow which are often called "broken ikkyo" where I train.

Anyone else come across this term?

Marc Abrams 02-24-2011 02:34 PM

Re: broken ikkyo
 
Sounds like Ude-Katame to me

marc abrams

Tom Verhoeven 04-01-2012 02:16 PM

Re: broken ikkyo
 
Quote:

Alex Lawrence wrote: (Post 277539)
We have this term that we use in our association and I can't find it anywhere it sounds like "you-ket-ii" and it's only used on henka of ikkyo that put a lot of pressure on the elbow which are often called "broken ikkyo" where I train.

Anyone else come across this term?

There is a variation called hiji kime or hishigi. The word hishigi indicates that the arm can be broken or severely damaged.

Tom


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