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Old 11-09-2009, 01:57 PM   #4
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Re: 060) Managing the In-Yo Relationship: Week of November 8, 2009

Marc Abrams wrote: View Post

I said "Some People" and was not referring to my own ideas. I would also say that the description that you give is also surface and very incomplete. For example, when "pushed" , which would be a "yo" movement, the response from the nage needs to be "in" on the side of the movement, while simultaneously using a "yo" movement/energy on the uke's "in" side. Another way of describing this would be the idea that there is an irimi in every tenkan.

Marc Abrams
Okay, I understand.

Thank You
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