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Old 03-10-2003, 09:06 AM   #6
Chuck Clark
 
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Peter Rehse wrote:
... there is a question concerning the Kime that Tomiki refers to in the Shodokan style and the Kime of Kodokan's Kime no kata. Are these two kime the same?
Hi Peter,

Hope the training and other things are going well for you.

Kime, used in this sense, often means "decisive" or something of that nature.

The point of a joint lock where it is effective or the point of a newaza situation where control is effective. The point in time where you have decided for a punch to be focused and effective.

Kime can also mean an agreement, or the way it was explained to me some time ago is that it is the point where it is evident (agreeable) to both people that a hold, lock, etc. is effective.

Chuck Clark
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