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Dominic Toupin 11-04-2004 01:23 PM

Difference between two techniques
 
I want to know is there any difference between the Mukae Daoshi from Yoseikan Aikido (also Aiki-Budo and Yosinkan) and the Irimi Nage from Aikikai ?

Thanks

Ron Tisdale 11-04-2004 01:31 PM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
As far as I can remember there is no technique in yos[h]inkan called 'Mukae Daoshi'...I do know of a Daito ryu technique (karuma daoshi I think) that at least has the Daoshi part...but for the life of me I can't connect the name to the kata right now! That's what I get for not training enough...

Ron

Dominic Toupin 11-04-2004 02:19 PM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
Oh !

Sorry, Mukae Daoshi is from Yoseikan Aikido and Aiki-Budo probably not from Yoshinkan...

Don_Modesto 11-04-2004 08:51 PM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
Quote:

Ron Tisdale wrote:
As far as I can remember there is no technique in yos[h]inkan called 'Mukae Daoshi'...I do know of a Daito ryu technique (karuma daoshi I think) that at least has the Daoshi part...but for the life of me I can't connect the name to the kata right now! That's what I get for not training enough...

Ron

Hi, Ron.

KURUMA DAOSHI (Wheel Throw Down) looks like OSOTO GARI from YOKOMENUCHI (Juan came back from Japan calling YOKOMENUCHI KESA GIRI).

p00kiethebear 11-05-2004 11:08 AM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
(Genius)
Kesa Giri is sword technique :hypno:
(/Genius)

Ron Tisdale 11-05-2004 11:10 AM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
Quote:

(Genius)
Kesa Giri is sword technique
(/Genius)
Exactly! and exactly the point...

The funny thing is Don, I described the technique reasonably well in a post to George, but couldn't have named it for my life...and I wasn't sure at the time that I wasn't confusing two separate techniques. So I checked it before leaving for work this morning :)

RT

Robert Cheshire 11-08-2004 10:55 PM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
Quote:

Dominic Toupin wrote:
I want to know is there any difference between the Mukae Daoshi from Yoseikan Aikido (also Aiki-Budo and Yosinkan) and the Irimi Nage from Aikikai ?

Thanks

The differences are fairly minor. They are both "more or less" the same technique. How you enter and unbalance changes a bit, but, you could look at the same technique and call it Mukae Daoshi (confronting push down) or Irimi Nage depending on which style you take or are familiar with.

:ai: :ki:

Dominic Toupin 11-09-2004 11:04 AM

Re: Difference between two techniques
 
Thank you Robert !


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