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Old 02-01-2013, 09:34 AM   #6
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Re: Ushiro ate-atemi waza?

According JAA sources, the origin of ushiro ate is with the Judo Koshiki no Kata - Omote waza Ryoku Hi, which means avoiding the power. Some experts make the remark you have to push strongly the shoulder. BecauseTomiki insisted on attacking the weak dynamical point of the body and not using heavy impact for his atemi waza, I believe ushiro ate can be seen as Tomiki Aikido Atemi waza.

My thought,
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