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Old 12-13-2009, 11:59 PM   #14
Linda Eskin
 
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Lightbulb Re: Gyaku hanmi vs gyakute-dori

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Hi Linda, I meant with Goldberg Sensei! That's where you train, correct?
Yes. Awesome. Nice to meet you. By the way, Goldberg Sensei has a blog now, if you want to check it out: www.goldbergsensei.com.

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So although there is logic in naming both the stances and the grabs using the "gyaku" term, it terns out weird:
-gyakute dori is done in ai hanmi
-katate dori is done from gyaku hanmi
Well, at least we both have the same understanding. I can live with the "other" as opposed to "normal" meaning. That makes sense... I think...

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