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LinTal 08-07-2011 06:30 AM

Analogies to jog the memory
 
Them techniques can get awfully tricky to name now and then, how do you folk remember what to call them?

I'll start: :p
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Kaiten nage = Mary Poppin's Technique ('let's go fly a kite', try to time the throw with the end of the chorus)

Suwari waza = swearing like a **** . Making a little popping sound as you get the other person's balance is mandatory!

Kokyu nage = the one with the little whooshy sound

Sumiotosh = Sumo no-toss (trace the chubby belt line)

Irimi nage = You 'n' me (a backwards 'hug', tough love eh?)

Kotegaesh = Caught a guy's (wrist)

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Keep 'em rolling! :)

Belt_Up 08-10-2011 10:49 AM

Re: Analogies to jog the memory
 
Shiho nage = sheer agony.

Patrick Hutchinson 08-10-2011 11:02 AM

Re: Analogies to jog the memory
 
I always thought of irimi as après-tsuki

Belt_Up 08-10-2011 01:42 PM

Re: Analogies to jog the memory
 
Jodan tsuki = jawed


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